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Monday, March 25, 2019

A Weapon's Journey Book Blast and Giveaway

In case there was any doubt, we have a sci-fi book featured here.  Then, check out the giveaway. Its for a $25 gift card to either the Xbox or Playstation stores. Nice change. Open worldwide I think. Ends 4/14. Good luck.

A Weapon's Journey
by Frank Martin
Genre: SciFi

Living in poverty with his abusive father, Adam Judson never considered himself special. Not even when the authoritative American government abducted him to be part of its secretive weapons program. But becoming a highly-trained child soldier was just the start of Adam's journey. After being condemned to undergo the program's most brutal procedure, Adam became a super human of unimaginable power. Now he faces the burden of deciding if his newfound abilities make him a god or just another weapon.
Frank is a comic writer and author that is not as crazy as his work makes him out to be...seriously.​
Since his writing career began he's had multiple short stories published in horror anthologies by both Burning Willow Press and Stitched Smile Publications. Frank has also had comic shorts appear in the "fluff noir" anthology series Torsobear and the all-ages horror anthology Cthulhu is Hard to Spell.
Frank also wrote and produced the comic anthology series Modern Testament, which featured a wide ensemble of artists throughout its four volumes. Frank's novels include the YA sci-fi thriller Predestiny published by Crossroads Press and the zombie horror Mountain Sickness published by Severed Press.
Frank currently lives in New York with his wife and three kids.




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4 comments:

  1. Thanks. We really wanted to embody the feel of the story with it.

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  2. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    The book looks like an amazing read!

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