Al Clark-Asteroid (Book Five) is Live

Al Clark-Asteroid, the fifth installment of my Al Clark Series is now available on most major digital sites. This new book was a year in the making and different than the others. For one thing, I didn’t have to kill anyone off. There are some close calls of course, but nobody dies. In the same tradition as the other books in the series, it is good old-fashioned science fiction. Other than Al and Robot Nine it has a totally new cast of characters, new exciting locations, and unexpected villians. It is part of a series but can be read as a stand-alone.

There is a dark and desolate asteroid far out in our solar sysem, hiding among a multitude of orbiting frozen rocks, with a large hatch leading inside. Waiting patiently in the bowels of this abandoned black planetoid is a discovery with the potential to revolutionize space travel.

When Al and his intrepid crew received a questionable tip concerning a mineral rich prospect begging to be exploited, they undertook the long trip to investigate. Upon arrival they suffer a space explorer’s biggest nightmare. Through no fault of their own their ship crashes, stranding them with limited supplies and resources.

Their first and highest priority is to survive. The second priority is to repair their ship well enough to leave and complete the rebuilding at the nearest shipyard.

Once the crash cripples their ship, the odds are stacked against them, and they will need to utilize every resource to escape – including the treasures contained deep below the hatch.

Can they make use of the discovery concealed inside this unremarkable black asteroid?

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Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1164523

Google: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Jonathan_G_Meyer_Al_Clark_Asteroid_Book_Five?id=13eHEAAAQBAJ

Apple: https://books.apple.com/us/book/id6443366679

Nook: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/al-clark-asteroid-jonathan-g-meyer/1142168396;jsessionid=BDA5393CA6594227395341500FD300E6

Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/al-clark-asteroid

A Curious Orb

For Daniel Shaw’s eighteenth birthday, he becomes the newest keeper of the orb. For generations the relic was passed down from father to son, without discovering its purpose or origins – until Daniel discovers its secret. One second he is safe at home, fiddling with the device, and the next he is sitting on a path in a dark, alien jungle. What frightens him the most? He does not know how to return.

In the morning his mother found the imprint of his body on the bed, the empty wooden box, and the silver pedestal on the nightstand. Her son–and the orb–were nowhere to be found. Daniel’s dog was the only witness, and he wasn’t talking.

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Available as an eBook or Paperback

AMAZON
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B094N2TMFK


ELSEWHERE
https://books2read.com/u/4ERgPl

SMASHWORDS

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1084300

All Terrain Crawler

It’s been a while since I posted any art, and I have felt guilty. It’s just that there is so much time spent on promotion, there doesn’t seem to be much left. Anyway, this is an oldie but a goodie. Something I did many years ago, and one of my personal favorites.

I can picture myself (and fellow adventurers) exploring new planets, happily traversing the landscape without a care in the world.

The Excalibur Habitat Ring

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

Christopher is alone, and trapped in the habitat ring of an aged colonial starship. He doesn’t know if the rest of the colonists are sleeping or dead. He is unsure what to do. This scenario was not covered at the Spacer’s Academy.

This is another drawing from his journal that documents his predicament. To help maintain his sanity he must find ways to stay busy and kill time. Drawing not only kills time, it helps ward off going crazy.

Al Clark-Earth (Book Four)

At last, the first draft of the newest addition to the Al Clark Series is complete. I struggled toward the end, but persevered. No good story will allow me to quit. Now begins the task of proofreading before sending it out to be edited. This is the fun part. The story is recorded. That is what counts.

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