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My Epic Sci-Fi Fantasy Series

Hey, I just want to say thanks again for being part of my community and watching these videos.

So today I want to tell you a little more about my Epic Sci-Fi Fantasy series, Magicians Vs. Machines.

I loved books like the Hobbit growing up, and I played Dungeons and Dragons throughout college. I also watched and read a lot of Science Fiction and once drove over an hour to listen to a lecture by Isaac Asimov and to get his autograph on my copy of one of his books.

I’m co-writing this series with a wonderful South African writer, Lace Brunsden. We’ve never met in person and to be honest I doubt that we ever will. But we have a great writing chemistry and I really enjoy working with her.

A relentless army of robots and drones is laying waste to the planet and killing everything that breathes. The sentient races: dragons, elves, dwarves, and others are all in danger of extinction and divided by mutual distrust and conflict.

Most of the humans have transformed into cave dwelling WereMoles and the few “real” humans remaining are hunted down by the robots AND all the other races for having caused this apocalypse.

The only beings willing to work together to save their world are a lonely elf prince, a rebellious young dragon, and a beautiful human warrior who wears armor she scrounged from dead robots to protect her identity, and her heart.

It’s a really fun series with land and air battles, but it’s really a character-driven story with emotional and personal arcs and journeys for the lead characters. If you haven’t read it yet, there are links in this email. If you have read any of them, leaving a kind review on Amazon or Goodreads with as many stars as you can honestly give me, would REALLY mean a lot and help me keep doing this.

Take care and hopefully we’ll talk soon.

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