The fabled lost Inca treasure. An agent on a brutal mission. A race against time.
A part of the most legendary treasures in history, the lost Inca gold, is found and leaves tantalizing clues to where the rest of the treasure is hidden. It sparks an all-out race as Jonathan Jarl is thrown into the ride of his life.
Each spring in Malmoe, there’s a science-fiction exhibition which I’ve been joining for the past two years. The theme of the exhibition is very wide, which means that all things remotely science-fiction related is welcome. There are authors with books, movies, cosplay and all other things imaginable.
The coming spring will mark my three-year anniversary and I’ve already now started the preparations for it. Each author is given a small space where to mount their stand, rollups and other things. And I’m waiting for the shipment of stuff I’ve ordered, fresh copies of Trident, roll-ups, flyers and so on.
It’s like being a kid before Christmas. When I get all the stuff, I’ll do a mock setup, take some pictures and post here.
While I wait for the editor to finish her magic touch with Trident, I’ve started work on a second series, with a new set of characters. This time it will be a technothriller series that is taking place in Scandinavia, Russia, and the UK around 2020. Exciting stuff, it’s always so fun to start drafting the characters, location, and plot. And I’ve also got the cover from the designer, small clip below.
The Amber Groups’s report on Tabula Rasa Work is progressing on finalizing the Amber Group’s report on Tabula Rasa; the mega-complex on the coast of Madagascar. The report will be containing more in-depth information regarding the specifications and details of the complex and will be provided as soon as it is finished. Stay tuned.
For years I’ve had a problem with a lazy finger on my left hand. For some reason, it has always been weaker than the others which is somewhat awkward when you dream about becoming a writer. When I type, I can usually type for about 30-40 minutes and then the lazy finger has a tendency to ‘droop’ and place itself squarely on the key ‘s’, which means that suddenly my screen is filled with a lot of s’s.
So, today I went through a neurophysiological examination of the nerves to check if there is anything wrong or if this is simply something I have to live with. It took about an hour and involved a lot of tiny needles with a small amount of current running through them, I’ll spare you the details. Mission completed and now it’s a waiting game until the doctor calls with the results. Fingers crossed.
But all is not bad since our trusted family dog is keeping me company. Stay strong.