Authors Jacob & H.P. Holo
LOOT LIKE YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT!
Losing a trusty weapon is like losing a close friend, and Pix’s beloved capacitor blade is on its last legs.
Fortunately, she has a plan to craft a new, even better weapon. Unfortunately, her plan involves hunting down a vicious migrating monster that has more teeth than some hunters have brain cells. Even worse, this new creature has riled up the apex monster of Skull Harbor, and both of them are spoiling for a fight.
But Pix has one thing they don’t: a party foolhardy enough to take them both on.
About Jacob & H.P.
Jacob Holo has been a recreational geek since childhood, when he discovered Star Wars and Star Trek, and a professional geek since college, when he graduated from Youngstown State University with a degree in Electrical and Controls Engineering. He started writing when his parents bought that “new” IBM 286 desktop, and over the years, those powers combined to push him to the next level of nerddom: a sci-fi author who designs intricate worlds and tech systems…and promptly blows them up in a string of nonstop action.
He is the author of eight books, including national bestseller The Gordian Protocol (with David Weber), The Valkyrie Protocol (with David Weber), The Dragons of Jupiter, Time Reavers (a Kirkus Reviews Best Indie Book of 2014), and the Seraphim Revival trilogy (Bane of the Dead, Throne of the Dead, Disciple of the Dead); and The Wizard’s Way (with H.P. Holo).
H.P. Holo grew up in a family where it was dangerous to profess boredom. She’s also an incorrigible smart aleck. So when her parents told her to read a dictionary, she did. And then she began writing novels they needed that dictionary to understand.
Her first published ode to smart aleckery was YA fantasy The Wizard’s Way (with Jacob Holo), which readers have called everything from “a veritable love letter to steampunk fans” to “2 stars. A book.”
When not writing, H.P. enjoys procrastinating, planning cosplays she’ll never finish, cooking weird meals out of random leftovers, saying nice things to her kitchen garden (especially the blueberries; they’re always a little sad), and arguing that Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is the most perfect movie ever made.
She lives in South Carolina with her husband and a cat who thinks exactly as much of herself as she deserves.