Al Clark-Christopher’s Journal (Prequel) and Al Clark (Book One) are both FREE this week. (Mar. 9 – 13) Start an Old-Fashioned SciFi Adventure in the depths of space.
Al Clark-Christopher’s Journal (Prequel)
Al Clark (Book One)
This is a Great Selection of #FREE Sci-Fi / Fantasy ebooks. ‘Entering the Beyond’ #Giveaway (Mar. 1st – 31st 2020)
The Prolific Works team is proud to present the ‘Entering the Beyond’ group giveaway! Select from a wide selection of SciFi and Fantasy to read on any device. Claim as many as you’d like and enjoy your new reads!
While you are there, Check out my short prequel: Al Clark-Christopher’s Journal.
What have you got to lose?
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I am proud to admit I listen to Science Friday on NPR when possible. So much to learn.
This is the updated version of the drawing now included in my prequel to the AL CLARK Series. Best of all? The short story is FREE!
If you like good ‘Old-Fashioned’ Sci-Fi Adventure–something without a lot of war, politics or sex, you might like this series. Available in (eBook-Paperback-Audiobook)
When you are trapped and alone, it helps to have a friend.
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Al Clark-Avalon (Book Two): https://bit.ly/AlClark2
Al Clark-Thera (Book Three): https://bit.ly/AlClark3
Al Clark-Earth (Book Four): https://bit.ly/AlClark4
Meet ‘Wally,’ the new character in the Al Clark Series Prelude-Christopher’s Journal. He doesn’t say much, but plays a mean game of Chess.
FREE almost everywhere.
How do you make a story about a young man trapped on a deserted starship interesting? Whatever it takes.
I have given away hundreds of copies of this short story and received two reviews. So I asked myself why. I did everything I could to make the story hold a reader’s attention and still it appears I failed. My sister, who is an established author, read the story. She told me it was boring.
When there is one MC, and a ship, it’s difficult to make the tale memorable, so I did the only thing I could think of. Added another character. Have you ever tried to weave another character into an established book series? I have. It’s hurts the brain.
Completely revised, I am confident this story is a compelling prelude to the Al Clark Series. Included are four drawings to use as reference while reading the series.
Best of all, Al Clark-Christopher’s Journal is FREE almost everywhere!
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My newest audiobook is finally available. This makes Five. If you like listening to your SciFi, this is your opportunity to hear an Old-Fashioned Science Fiction Adventure.
He is not your everyday hero.
Jim Thompson is having a bad year.
Last year, he celebrated his twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, had a good job he liked, and a home for retirement he built himself.
This year, at fifty-four years of age; he is divorced, unemployed, and homeless.
Luckily, his fortune is about to make a radical change.
Enter Vincent, an extraterrestrial visitor with a crucial mission to save both our world and his, and a lesson on just how small Jim’s place in the universe is.
To help the alien and save two worlds, Jim must overcome his shortcomings to become the hero Vincent so desperately needs.
Available on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes.
When I don’t have it in me to write – I draw. It keeps the old brain focused. This is something I’ve been working on for about a week off and on. I call it a Super Doodle. Incorporating all the different elements into the drawing was fun, although taxing. My Sakura Micron pens allowed me to blend at least 26 unique components into the piece, with some areas that are three dimensional. To tell the truth, I’m pleased with the end result.
How many scenes, objects, and creatures can you locate?