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|John G. Bluck, Science Fiction
Win a FREE Kindle
copy of my second sci-fi novel, The Aliens of Valtrit, if you vote
for it in the "Kindle Scout" program, and Amazon awards me a contract for
this book. The first 5,000 words The Aliens of Valtrit are available
for you to review from Oct. 26 - Nov. 25, 2016.
The direct link to my book's preview chapters
See details below.
|The Aliens of Valtrit Details:
Two worlds battle
After UK spy agency employee Gina Perelli peers through an espionage
camera altered by an electrical surge, she and her MI7 boss see a dozen
men executed by ray guns a world away. Gina and her partner, London
policeman Colin Green, go on a quest to capture a ray gun, the most
important arms development since nuclear weapons. With new
extraterrestrial allies, Gina and Colin follow a trail to a planet called
I invite you to review my entry and vote for it, if you like it.
(Note, if you don't have an Amazon account, you'll have to create one, using
your credit card. However, there will NOT be a charge for participating in
the Kindle Scout program.)
Thanks in advance if you do check out the first few chapter of my
novel. Just click on:
Cheers, John Bluck
P.S. Please forward this information to
friends and family who might want to read my book
and vote for it on the Kindle Scout Web site.
My name is John G. Bluck, and I care about science-fiction and
science-fact and how they could affect our world's future. I retired from NASA
as public affairs officer and spokesman. Because of my position and 30 years of
work at the agency I learned a lot about cutting edge technology. I'm very
interested in new developments at NASA and other organizations, their people,
new discoveries, inventions, science, and engineering. I'm writing books,
articles, and stories about these advances. I don't want to report just what's
new. I also hope to speculate about how our new knowledge and know-how as well
as future inventions may affect our freedoms, our governments, and our societies
-- how the new could be good, bad, or somewhere in between.
City of Livermore, California,
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