2019 Readers’ Choice Award Winner

Once upon a time I wrote something without using clichés. The Distomos is not one of them.

As you may have heard I published my first novel, The Distomos, back in February 2015. Over the past few years, I’ve talked about it, sold some copies of it, and dissected it a little bit.

It’s a great feeling to be able to tell people you’re an author. And it’s even greater when someone else introduces you as one.

As it turns out, if you tell enough people, you win first place in Niagara’s Readers’ Choice Awards.

A big THANK YOU to everyone who voted for me. It means a lot to me – and to be honest – the win completely took me by surprise.

Until next time, Keep on Space Truckin’!

Cover art by Matthew Therrien: MCTherrien.com

ABOUT

Mankind has taken to the stars; maintaining their empires through the belief in God. Peace and prosperity are kept through Church-appointed Templars: the police of the galaxy. But when the Distomos, a secret weapon from the Church falls into the hands of the enemy, two ex-Templars, Kieran Rhet and Normandie Jade, are hired to get it back.

With only a matter of time before interstellar war begins and the Distomos is used, friendships, courage, and faith will be tested when all seems lost.

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