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Monday, February 10, 2020

The Camouflaged Series Book Blast and Giveaway

Here's an interesting cover for the start of a sci-fi series from author David J. Englund. Along with the book info is a giveaway for an Amazon gift card. Open worldwide, you have through 3/10 to enter. Good luck.

Camouflaged Encounters 
The Camouflaged Series Book 1 
by David J. Englund 
Genre: Science Fiction 


Forget what you think you know. How well do you really know your neighbors or fellow workers? Do you trust your boss? What about politicians? The fabric of our society is under attack. Our way of life, our livelihood, our very existence is under full assault. No one even realizes that it’s happening. Disguised as horrible natural disasters on the news, the world is caught unsuspecting as events draw us ever nearer to extinction. As “natural disasters” escalate and tensions between nations mount, one man hears a whisper. It has begun . . . 

Camouflaged Mischief 
The Camouflaged Series Book 2 


No more births. Ever. Extinction. No more rice. No more wheat. Starvation. That is what humanity is facing. The Ascanti, a conquering alien species, have been stopped, but scientists are incapable of reversing the environmental weapons engineered by the vicious aliens.

Clark Jackson, using his secret portal system, must find the Ascanti home world to learn if such a reversal is possible. And he’s on the clock, racing against the frightened nations of the world erupting into the third and final world war, bringing about extinction that much faster.

However, finding the alien planet is one thing, surviving its hostile inhabitants and environment is quite another. 



David J. Englund is a former Associate Professor of Economics turned storyteller. He daydreams of visiting other worlds and cultures on Clark Jackson’s adventures. 

His interests include reading, writing, baseball, cooking Italian food, and walking/jogging. David currently lives in Fargo, North Dakota. 

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19 comments:

  1. What gives you your ideas for your books?

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  2. Victoria, I do a lot of visualization. I close my eyes and I see where Clark is and what he is doing and then the story writes itself. I have been lucky in that before I finish a book, the next story starts to play out in my head. Thank you for checking out my stories. David

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  3. This book sounds so exciting, I love stories that keep me on the edge of my seat (bed).

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    1. Darlene, so do I! I hope you like my story. I tried to build the tension as you read. Thank you for checking them out! David

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  4. This sounds like an awesome sci-fi series! Are there any more stories to come?

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    1. Bea, absolutely! I am working on the final book to this trilogy right now, Camouflaged Isolation. It includes a surprise side-story to one of the scenes that occurred in Camouflaged Encounters. David

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  5. This looks like a darn good read.

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    1. Thank you Deb! I had a particularly fun time writing this series. In my first two books, Clark was wandering around, exploring the universe. And then, I thought, what if there was a possibility that aliens are already here on Earth?? David

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  6. Camouflaged Mischief has the best cover in this series.

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  7. I am very happy to see that you think so Katie. I used to hire a cover artist, but with this one, I took one of my own photographs and played with it in Photoshop to make it look alien. I think I will continue with this approach. David

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  8. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

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  9. Interesting covers. The books sound good.

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  10. I like the covers. The colors and graphics are great!

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  11. The cover is very interesting. This sounds like a book I would love

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  12. This book sounds intense & thought provoking.

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