I totally agree with what John says here about history. Pardon the cliche which writers are supposed to avoid but “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” I also appreciate the plug at the end. 🙂
Recently Marcha was kind enough to invite me to participate in a Blog Tour. I gladly obliged, which resulted in the opportunity to not only hawk my new project, Philistia, but allow my fab followers to learn more about one of indie lit’s best and brightest new sci-fi authors!
Here’s Marcha’s questions along with JRD’s answers:
1. What are you working on at the moment?
Philistia is a young adult speculative fiction Christian novel centering on a 21st century reappearance of Samson and Delilah. They find themselves in the desert outside of Bethlehem and get picked up by the police after terror attack warnings have been issued due to hostilities along the Gaza Strip. They escape and become ‘persons of interest’ to Shin Bet (the Israeli Bureau of Investigation) as well as Hamas, who know that Samson’s superhuman strength can be of use in their terror campaign. The couple…
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