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  1. Sounds like an interesting story. Thanks for the follow.

    • Thanks! Writing The Dragons of Jupiter has been a labor of love. I hope to self-publish it later this year.

      • Good luck. How long have you been working on Dragons of Jupiter?

      • Well, I wrote a short story back in 2007 that ended up being the kernel for The Dragons of Jupiter. I got serious about the novel in 2009, I think. I finished the first draft in 2011. After that, it’s gone through the normal editing process, you know, letting friends and family read it. That sort of thing.

  2. Yeah, it took me about 2 1/2 years to set up my world and complete the first book.

  3. Congratulations on becoming a writer on Legends Undying. I was also willing to share, btw, but I guess DarkJade thought that the two of you would work better together. Anyway, I am happy to be sharing this experience with you. I enjoy your writing.

  4. Thanks for the follow mate! I’ve always enjoyed sci-fi and Warhammer so I returned the follow. Keep up the great work!

  5. Just discovered this via the Dragons of Jupiter site, via a fb ad. The artwork alone is stunning! Also nice to see you’re a fellow 40k enthusiast.

    • Thanks, Robbie! Hopefully the site enticed you to give it a try. 🙂 I definitely think it’s a story that will appeal to 40K fans like you and me. It’s fast paced with tons of action, but also has a strong character core of two brothers on opposite sides of a war. If you do give it a read, please stop by again and let me know what you thought.

  6. I found an ad for this book surfing the internet, and I was very impressed by the storyline. Very good book. I’m curious about any sequels, because the ending was very much a cliffhanger. I’m a huge fan of science fiction, so any sequels to this book will most definitely be read by me. I’m also a fan of 40k and the halo universe. Nice to see others out there.

    • Thanks, Matthew! I’m glad you enjoyed the book. It’s always awesome to hear positive feedback from readers. 🙂

      I definitely plan on writing a sequel to The Dragons of Jupiter. I’ve actually gotten a few questions about that recently, so I’m going to make a post on the blog and hopefully answer the most common questions. It’ll go up on the website soon, so be sure to look for it.

      Thanks again, Matthew. And be sure to check out my new book, Time Reavers. You might like it. 🙂

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