There are readers out there who have waited patiently for Alexander to wrap things up with the Methuselans for quite some time now--a year. That's a long time, I know, but this time I was certain I had a really good chance at hitting my April 15th deadline. I didn't. No excuses. Destroyer simply wasn't ready. It was done but not ready. I wasn't happy with it, my editor wasn't happy with it. I couldn't put my finger on it; it was just missing--something. So I let it sit for a few weeks and addressed some of the editor's major concerns. Of course that led me in different directions, good ones, don't get me wrong. With that reality Destroyer bloomed.
The bottom line is simple: I'm not going to put out a book until its ready. I do care what my readers think of these works. If you're reading Destroyer then you've slogged through all of Alexander's adventures to do so. I will give you your money's worth. Destroyer caused me problems from the beginning and I'm not about to put it out to my readers in any format I am not satisfied with. Enigma and Destroyer will get done and they will worth the wa, you have my word on it.
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.