FROM THE ASHES OF A DEAD WORLD By Shane Gries PART I The Odyssey 20,193 C.E. HMPS Imperator 5th Squadron, 18th Fleet Trajan System “Combat, I need a report on the current status of the evacuation,” Captain Pavel Marino said as he paced up and down the bridge, wearing a groove in the decking. “Sir,Continue reading “From the Ashes of a Dead World; Snippet 01”
As of today the book is available for pre-order on Amazon, Kindle version. Go check it out!
It’s been a hard slog and a long wait, but the release date is almost upon us. What’s exciting is that the book is now listed at Ring of Fire Press, and it’s a daily reminder to me that this is all going to happen soon. Hope you all are getting ready!
I just got word that the book is now coming out on December 3rd and not December 20th. So now you can get your space opera fix a couple weeks earlier!
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I know I haven’t posted much lately, but that’s largely to blame on me coming back stateside and all that comes along with transitioning continents. The good news is that I’ve been crashing on writing again and I’m cranking out nearly 2,000 words a day on the third installment of my series. I’m over 40%Continue reading “It’s Been Awhile”
The sad part about being abroad is that I rarely have access to my firearm collection. But when I do, tomfoolery ensues. This here is my very favorite gun. Enclicken on title.
There are many writing tutorials available for free on Youtube and if you’re interested in getting published I highly recommend you check some of them out. I have learned so much from watching these over the last year–and most of them have done a great deal to help me craft my stories better. I stumbledContinue reading “Writing Tutorials”
As you well know, I’m pretty new to this whole “author thing” so it’s been a terrific journey as I navigate my way through all of this. When I got started writing my first novel I had already decided that it was to be the first in a three-part series and at no time didContinue reading “The Trilogy”
Chipori itself was a dirty, dusty, barren series of valleys surrounded by hills covered in trees. As I mentioned before it was dry when we were out there–the monsoons had yet to begin–and the place went up like a matchstick when we started shooting gunnery tables. Joy unbounded. There we were… the whole battalion deployedContinue reading “The Company Mascot Pt III”