Merry Christmas everyone! I spent my vacation going through Galaxus IV in preparation for beginning Galaxus VI. Of course that means I have to go through Galaxus V as well. As I mentioned in my other section I took to heart some of the comment readers made concerning the politics of the books. It's not that I am ignoring the politics, but some readers thought it detracted from the story. As it wasn't my intention to make that the central theme of the book I ended up making a few changes. So you see, authors can and do listen.
It's also cause me to modify the process for how Galaxus VI is coming out. The target date is still April with a May release date; sorry, I'm not going to rush it. I will post teasers every few weeks though.
I hope everyone had a great Holiday season. See you next year!
For those of you who have been wondering where I've been and what's going on, here's something to chew on. In about two weeks I'll release To Kill Is Not Enough 12: The Mahdi. As the title implies Flint is up to his neck with the jihadists once again but this time they're not alone. The Mahdi covers the politics of the world from the White House to Tehran to Russia to China. The intriguing, and difficult, thing for me was that I didn't so much create the situation as I did put it together within the narrative of the book. You've seen nearly every event and heard many of the words already but instead of writing a dry book of political psychobabble I put it in Flint's final novel. I promise it will make you angry, scared, frustrated and suspicious--if you voted for Obama all those feelings will trend toward the author--me. That's fine. It's all about the adventure. I simply let today's forces loose in the playground of my imagination, throw in a few personal hangups and some contrary, competing women and hey--we have a new novel. Two weeks. Post your thoughts on my blog, good or bad, but if you're an ex-hippie or a current socialist don't expect understanding or mercy from either me or Flint!!
Christopher L. Anderson is a husband and a proud father of two kids. With everything else he’s done in his life, being a rocket scientist–literally, a USAF Officer, B-52 Commander, Research Pilot, working for NASA, flying for the airlines, being active in the Church and during all that becoming an established Author, well, it all comes back to the basics, to the foundation of being a husband and a father.