Al Clark-Earth (Book Four) Audiobook

Coming Soon!

Within the next few weeks the final addition to the Al Clark Series will be available in audio format. John McLoughlin is hard at work putting the final touches on what we believe is the best book yet.

After a lifetime of accomplishments, and many years wondering about his past, Al Clark returns home to seek answers to the life he lost.

See the other books in the series here: https://www.audible.com/author/Jonathan-G-Meyer/B00OPEO91I

In addition:

  • Al Clark-Christopher’s Journal – is a short tale of living alone on an ancient, empty starship, and what is required to remain alive and sane. It is a prelude to the series and features the jounal he kept to document his ordeal. (99 cents on Amazon and FREE everywhere else).AL CLARK-CJ-Cover-PNG.png

Our Tiny Blue Dot

A view from space of the only known habitable planet. One would think we would appreciate the complexities and fragility of  our world. There have been cataclysmic events in the past. However, we weren’t around to affect the change.

Space Elevator

My current interest (when I’m not writing) is ink drawings, sometimes referred to as line drawings. I love the contrast.

Space elevators are only theoretical at this point in time, but in the future – who knows?

Sometimes it’s interesting to see what a black on white drawing looks like reversed. Which do you find most appealing?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Al Clark-Christopher’s Journal

Do you have a Nook, iPhone, or other device for your reading? Christopher’s Journal is now FREE on these platforms. This is the perfect opportunity to start the Al Clark Adventure. The goal is to make this short story Perma-Free everywhere.

To assist in my promotions you could provide the first review and win a FREE Audible code for Al Clark (Book One)

Chris wakes prematurely from a thirty year journey alone and trapped in the habitat ring of a massive colonial starship. His time is spent searching for an access card to allow him to learn the fate of the other colonists. There are no working computers to tell him where the ship is or how long it has been underway.

Trying to stay positive and sane are his largest hurdles.

An Unreported Curiosity

I have an idea worth toying with. The image included with this post is a four inch Personal Quantum Transporter . When a certain button is pressed the top opens and four spheres rise from inside. Three smaller globes revolve around the larger central sphere exactly four times, and then the device closes.

Handed down for generations from father to son it is considered a grand curiosity and treasured.

My protagonist will discover if the right symbols are held while touching one of the smaller globes, he will be transported to another world. I believe one of those destinations will lead to a seemingly perfect world without strife and hardship.

However, things are never what they seem. Are they?

Save the Elephants

The world is a complicated place. Science makes new discoveries daily, and still we know so little. Who can say that the extinction of elephants would not have an affect on us? I believe if there was no market for ivory the problem would be half solved.

(Cut Paper)

Al Clark-Earth (Audiobook 4)

Coming Soon! The exciting conclusion  to the Al Clark Series.

The audio version of Al Clark-Earth is being performed by the same great talent that narrated Al Clark-Thera (Book Three) John McLoughlin, and I am thrilled by his contribution. Very soon, all four books will be available in eBook, Paperback, and Audiobook.

After a long process, all the hard work has been worth my persistance. I hope my family will forgive me for my constant questions and daydreaming.

At this point I believe the series is done, including a short story Al Clark-Christopher’s Journal (Which is available now for 99 cents.) Only time will tell if that is true.

This weekend I broke the 100th copy of audiobooks sold. Can it be that audiobooks are catching on?

Christopher’s Journal (Update)

Christopher’s Journal (Prequel to The Al Clark Series)

Chris is nursing a badly sprained ankle and has time to kill, so he created his own Chessboard and pieces. He and his father played chess when Chris was younger and those days he remembers fondly. Playing against himself is not as fun, but it passes the time. The diagrams at the top helped to reintroduce him to the game.

He cut the chess pieces from paper, with the ‘black’ pieces dyed using coffee grounds from a pre-packaged breakfast. Although crude, it’s good enough to play the game.

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