I just released my first science fiction novel, Containment. I’m releasing it in two formats:
- Kindle version: available for the Kindle, iPhone, iPod touch, Blackberry devices, and Windows computers (Mac coming soon).
- Free HTML version: can be read on any device with even the most basic web browser.
If you like a good high-tech sci-fi plot with interesting and unusual characters, have a look.
Already 32% of the way through it according to my Kindle and I love it so far. I can sense a bit of Douglas Adams in your writing. Its rare to come across such good writing right out of the gate. I hope your working on a follow up, as I cant get enough of this kind of book, and Ill be dissapointed when its over.
I downloaded Containment (Kindle for iPhone) and am thoroughly enjoying. Enough that I’m here, finding your website and to see what else all you’ve written.
Thanks, Johnna. I’m currently working on a collection of short stories (including Brainbox and Human Legacy Project). I’ll release them as I write them.
Wow! just wow! I am a voracious reader and devoured your works as per usual. I must say though, I thoroughly enjoyed your material and subject matter! It’s so relevent and prophetic. Thank you and please write more asap!
While looking for some sci-fi to tide me over until Peter Hamilton’s Evolutionary Void (I like space opera…), I found your book on the Kindle store. I decided to pick it up since it seemed interesting, and only after I made the decision I saw it was US$.99. I would have bought it for whatever the current rate is these days (US$7.99?)
I’m not a quick reader, but damn did I not go through your book quickly. I loved almost every detail, including the historical reference sections. While there were a few weak spots, it was nothing that impacted the story. To sum it up, I loved it.
When I hit the end, though, two thoughts occurred to me: “That’s it?” and “When’s the next book in the series coming out!” :)
I actually did not find your website when searching for you by your name. I kept thinking that you had the same name as some mucky-muck at Adobe. Serves me right, ha. I’m glad I found the truth, though, and look forward to your future works!