Pathogen Protocol, Anghazi Series Book 2, Has Launched!
Publishers Weekly writes, “Like ripples in a pond, this frenetic space opera sequel to Casimir Bridge moves in bigger and bigger circles outward from the splashy events detailed in the opening volume… the fast pacing, occasional humor, and clear split between the good guys and bad guys push a lot of questions out of the way as the action pulls the reader forward.”
BookLife hails Pathogen Protocol as a “fast-paced, action-packed, stellar storyline… reminiscent of Ender’s Game and 2001: A Space Odyssey.”
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer says, “Beyer catapults readers into the characters and equipment he sees in his clever imagination for the future. The third one cannot be released too soon.”
Check out the book review on Graphic Speak.
You can order it on Amazon today.
Darren is Interviewed on The Mac Observer
John Martellaro from The Mac Observer interviewed me for this great podcast.
Podfeet Podcasts Interview
Is There Life in Our Solar System?
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And read his interview about the subject on OuterPlaces.com
Book Excellence Awards Selects Casimir Bridge as 2017 Finalist
Selected from hundreds of entries, Casimir Bridge was selected as a finalist of the 2017 Book Excellence Awards.
Publisher’s Weekly/Book Life Prize for Fiction Honors Casimir Bridge
“A fun ride, with compelling characters and an ending that invites a sequel.” Casimir Bridge was honored as a semi-finalist for the Publisher’s Weekly/Book Life Prize for Fiction.
Casimir Bridge Wins 5th Annual Beverly Hills Book Award
The 5th Annual Beverly Hills Book Awards are out and Casimir Bridge won in the science fiction category. Thanks so much to the awards committee.
Why a Good Cover is Critical for a Book
Find out just how important a good cover is for any book, and how Game of Thrones almost didn’t make it to market in Darren’s article on Indies Unlimited.
Race and Gender in Science Fiction
Darren tackles the difficult issues of race and gender in the science fiction genre in an article published by The Mary Sue.