Al Clark (Book One) Sale

Book one of the Al Clark Series is 99 cents. You can’t buy a donut for a dollar. Break free from the donut. Read a book and expand your brain, instead of your belly.

Your opportunity to start the adventure!

Al Clark-Earth (Book 4) LAUNCH

AL CLARK

EARTH

(Book Four)

 

The fourth book in the Al Clark series is Live on AMAZON in both eBook and Paperback. If you know Al’s story to this point, you will want to see how it ends. New characters along with fresh adventures depicting space travel problems and alien colonization will keep you at the edge of your seat.


Seventy four years after leaving Earth, Al Clark is returning home after an extended absence. His wife has passed away, the kids have moved on, and he has decided to leave the village they founded to research his forgotten past.
He was supposed to sleep through the journey – only that is not the way it works out.

AMAZON: http://bit.ly/AlClarkEarth

 

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The AL CLARK Series

Six years down the road of writing and the Al Clark Series is complete…. I think. If the response is similar to the first three books, I may have to write another.

Deep Sigh.

Now it is all about getting the word out. Anybody want to help?

Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Jonathan-G.-Meyer/e/B00OPEO91I

Al Clark-Earth (Book Four) Preorder page. ON SALE. Out June 3rd. https://www.amazon.com/AL-CLARK-Earth-Book-Four-ebook/dp/B07S8JJN7K

Al Clark (Book One)

The adventure begins:

AL CLARK
Standing at the top of a grass covered hill, with a sweet smelling breeze at his back, he reveled in the bright morning sunshine of a perfect spring day. Jagged heights filled the horizon as the sun hoisted itself up and kissed the mountain tops.

In the valley below, a small idyllic village was shaking off the night and was well into the process of beginning a new day. The faraway villagers appeared to be enjoying the day as much as he. Someone was running up the hill towards him, yelling something—a couple of words over and over; maybe a name, maybe a warning?

He cupped his ears with his hands to better hear what the person was saying, but the sounds came muffled and distorted; carried away by the wind. The person got closer and closer, arms and legs pumping, and the words began to get clearer until just on the verge of understanding, the scene turned a blinding white and then quickly—faded to black.

See where this enticing tidbit leads. A longer sample is available here:

Jonathan G. Meyer Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Jonathan-G.-Meyer/e/B00OPEO91I

Kindle Edition

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