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Author Interview: Bruno Martins Soares

Check out this author spotlight for Bruno Martins Soares!

You can find all his links furthest down the page, and don’t forget to check out his books!

1. Hi! Welcome to my humble blog of all things bookish! I would like for us to start by getting to know you. Give us a short bio, please!

I don’t really know how old I was when I started writing stories. I wrote them for school, I’m certain, but the first time I wrote without any academic goal I was 12, I remember that much.  I kept writing different stuff. When I was 22, a friend of mine incited me to enter one of the largest and most prestigious Young Writers’ contests in Portugal. I did and won an Honourable Mention. I tried again two years later and won it. I went to Torino and them Rome and Sarajevo, representing my country as a Young Writer. One of the best times of my life. Then, one day, I decided to write a Scifi novel I had been chewing on for some time: The Saga of Alex 9. I showed it to a publisher who’d just included a short story of mine in an anthology, and he loved it. I was a published novelist one year later, and soon was featured in a series alongside names like George R.R. Martin or Bernard Cornwell, hailed as an author to recon with in Portuguese Scifi. How about that? I wrote more novels and worked in movies, TV and plays. I’ve done a lot of things in my career, but overall, I’ve been writing professionally for 20 years.

2. To get to know you just a little bit better, I’d like to ask you some this or that questions. Answer 5 (or more!) of these and explain why you chose this or that, or maybe an entirely different alternative!

Cat or dog? Cat. Love dogs and always had a few, but since I got my two cats I’m fascinated by that species of demon.

Tea or coffee? Hard to say. Love both. Not addicted or anything but will probably drink one or the other every day.

Morning or evening? Depends on the day. But probably morning. More productive in the mornings.

Ninjas or pirates? Ninjas. Martial arts fascinate me.

Plotter or pantser? Plotter, for sure. Love intricate plots. Love playing with the details. Love making my characters overcome the impossible.

3. When you look for books to read, what trope or type of story will always catch your attention?  

I like historical novels, especially about military leaders and units. Love Bernard Cornwell. But the type of story that always catches my eye is clash of cultures stories – like time-travels or space travels and foreign encounters, like Avatar, Dances with Wolves, Last of the Mohicans, Last Samurai, Tarzan, Shogun, that type of stuff. I also like those types of stories when a team has to be at their best to survive, like Apollo XIII, or Master and Commander.

4. What do you write? Tell us about your current projects and the latest happenings!

Right now, I’m working on something completely different, my first non-militaristic novel in a long time. It’s a scifi/supernatural/horror psychological thriller about a man and his small son overcoming the terrible loss of their wife and mother – but how dead is she? ‘Family’ is a big underlying theme in most of my writing.

5. What is your most recent release? Give us a short presentation, cover, and a link for where to buy it!

I am known to write militaristic Science Fiction with strong characters and twists. My latest book, LAURA AND THE SHADOW KING is about a little girl fleeing from her cruel captors with her mother in a post-apocalyptic Southern Spain devastated by a pandemic (two, actually – one after the other). And then she is saved by Special Forces team Shadow. Laura is a special girl who can make all the difference to find a cure, so the invading Russian army will not let her go easily. People usually notice my strong female characters and the girl’s mother, Maria, is someone to be reckoned with. The second volume of this two-part miniseries will come out at the end of the year. Here’s where you can get it:

https://amzn.to/2Tb9628

6. What real-life inspiration do you draw from, and what are your primary fictional sources of inspiration (books, authors, films, music, etc.)? Name a few!

I grew up watching my father reading books. Every day before or after lunch or dinner he would sit in his chair and read a novel. A crime novel, as it happens. Or a spy novel. He hated SciFi («Those are things that don’t happen and will never happen.» – i.e. «old ladies solve murders all the time.»), and Fantasy was obviously (obviously!) for kids. Still, some of the first novels he gave me to read were from Edgar Rice Burroughs or Jules Verne. And that was besides all the comic books I read – the pride of my collection was a 50cm-long special edition of ‘Flash Gordon’. At 16 I read Frank Herbert’s ‘Dune’ for the first time, and loved it. Its intimist style still stays with me after all this time. As well as authors as Boris Vian, or Virginia Woolf.

But then, movies. I love movies. Much of my writing skills, my plotting skills, my ‘lay-down-the-scene’ skills, came from movies. I’d stay here a long time talking about it, so I’d better shut up.

7. What is your writing routine? If you have one, give us the run-down!

I don’t. My life is a bit too chaotic for that. I do have a process and I plan and plot a lot before starting to write. But when I get to the writing, I just make sure to write every day. ‘Make sure’ is too much – I try my best. If I have time and peace, I can write 1000-1500 words a day. If I have other projects and other work, I can go as low as 200 words a day. And if I get blocked, 0 a day – which can be frustrating. But blocks aren’t there by chance and I make sure to use them to find out what I don’t like in the story so far or what is disturbing me in a sense or the other, so they’re not a waste of time. I may wake up in the middle of the night and having to write a few hundred words that popped up in my sleep. Or sit down in a coffee shop with my computer. I don’t really have a routine.

8. If you could go back and give yourself one piece of advice as you started out on the path to become an author, what would it be?

Be prepared for a long tortuous path. I never really wanted ‘to be a writer’, I always wanted to ‘write’. And that’s good. I tell my students and people who ask me that if you want fame and fortune, try something else. But it took me too long to really start writing what I wanted to write, anyway. Probably because I didn’t know what it was. And it’s strange and frustrating not really knowing what you want to write. But you’ll get there, eventually, just keep at it.

9. Last but not least: where can we find you? Drop those links!

https://brunomartinssoares.com/

https://amzn.to/3cayo5q

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5759799.Bruno_Martins_Soares

https://www.facebook.com/BMartinsSoares

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🌺 Anaya, the tall, headstrong priestess who captivated Samael for so long 😍 Especially after she pushed him into a lake 😂 Theirs is a tale of forbidden love 🖤

🌺 This cover was made by Christian Bentulan at @coversbychristian ❤️

Author Interview: William R. Humble

Check out this author spotlight for William R. Humble!

You can find all his links furthest down the page, and don’t forget to check out his books!

1. Hi! Welcome to my humble blog of all things bookish! I would like for us to start by getting to know you. Give us a short bio, please!

I’m a native Texan who’s been writing for longer than I feel comfortable admitting.  Though I’ve dabbled in other literary areas, my love of speculative fiction keeps drawing me back.

Wanting to help others achieve their literary dreams, I joined the board of directors for W.O.R.D.—Writers Organizations ‘Round Dallas.  There, with the help of other like-minded folks, I work to help other writers find their teams, and to make the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex a nationally and internationally renowned center for the writing arts.

For more information, please visit:
www.wordwriters.org

I’m also one of the three founders of Writers in the Field.  Bringing in experts from all over the country to share their expertise, our unique annual event features as many ‘hands-on’ experiences as possible.

For more information, please visit:
www.writersinthefield.com

2. To get to know you just a little bit better, I’d like to ask you some this or that questions. Answer 5 (or more!) of these and explain why you chose this or that, or maybe an entirely different alternative!

Tea or coffee?  Definitely tea.  In years past, brewing coffee smelled like brewing nasty, sweaty gym socks.  My tastes have changed (warped?), but I’ve never forgotten that smell.  Hard pass on coffee.

Mountains or beaches?  Interestingly enough, my characters raise this very question in The Barrington Job.  In my case, I’ve gotta go with beaches.  Both are lovely, but I love the water.  Walking in the surf is awesome.  Also, seafood.  Ah seafood….  What were we talking about? 😛

Plotter or pantser?  I tend to lean pretty heavily towards pantsing.  While I usually have an idea of where I’d like the story to go and how I’d like it to get there, I love giving myself room to go in an entirely different direction when it seems appropriate to the characters.  Every time I write something new, I’m going on an adventure.

Book or ebook? Book.  Definitely book.  I love the weight and feel of a book.  The smell.  Picking up a book is akin to stepping up to the brink of a portal to somewhere else.  I love the anticipation—the call of the unknown.  While I appreciate ebooks, especially for those with space limitations, I will forever prefer actual bookly books.

Hero or anti-hero?  Ooh, this one’s tough!  On the one hand, heroes inspire us to be greater than we are.  To step up and be our own agents of change.  Anti-heroes are great ways to highlight flaws in the system.  To show where justice has taken a backseat to injustice.  Anti-heroes arise when people lose faith in the societal systems while heroes tell you to never lose faith and to keep up the good fight.  In the end, I think I prefer heroes, but it’s super close.

3. When you look for books to read, what trope or type of story will always catch your attention?

I’m a sucker for a good adventure.  If a character speaks to me, that’ll also get my attention in a hurry.  Mix these up with a cool sci-fi or fantasy setting, and you’ll get me almost every time!

4. What do you write? Tell us about your current projects and the latest happenings!

My first three published books are all sci-fi adventure/thrillers.  I tend to mix in humor with them and loads of pulse-pounding excitement, usually with a dab or romance.

For my upcoming book, Rose Smyth—Vampire Sorceress, I’m changing things up a little.  This one’s gonna be a sci-fantasy set in a future in which the seals between Earth and the other realms have been broken.  After magic pours back into our world, many people are transformed.  Ancient people’s from society’s shadows have stepped out into the light.  Worlds undreamt of are within reach.  Now, the dead walk.  Vampires, were-creatures, spell-tossers, and transforms go to school with normal humans.

Here is a world in which anything can happen.  But, when the worlds were opened to humanity, so humanity is now open to the worlds.  And there are threats out there beyond imagination.

This book covers Rose and her friends as she begins growing into her inherent powers.  But in a world where anything can happen, growing pains can be deadly.

After Rose, my next two books will be fantasies.  The Lost Chronicles of the Vanir will cover the children of the goddess Gullveig as they flee their world.  I’m crazy excited about these!

5. What is your most recent release? Give us a short presentation, cover, and a link for where to buy it!

My most recent release is the sci-fi adventure Human.  This one’s YA, but I think adults will love it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B093K6XW66

Surrounded by lies, Ethan Shaw, high school senior, doesn’t fit in. Not in school. Not in his hometown. And don’t even mention his non-existent love life. The last girl he asked out barfed on his shoes, checked out of school, and moved to coastal Mongolia.

But things aren’t all bad. Though he hides it, he’s super strong and has amazing hearing. Better still, he’s got a few friends and family who are fantastic.

As the lies that form the basic framework of Ethan’s world unravel, he’ll need all the friends he can get. Because, there’s a reason Ethan’s never quite fit in. He’s unique.

So unique most of the galaxy wants him dead.

6. What real-life inspiration do you draw from, and what are your primary fictional sources of inspiration (books, authors, films, music, etc.)? Name a few!

Ooh, this is a good one!  I love to draw from real life, then follow the myriad what-if rabbit trails until they lead somewhere I simply can’t wait to show everyone.  Since my imagination knows now bounds, no matter what other genres I play around in, I’m always drawn back to speculative fiction.

Some of my go-to authors are C.J. Cherryh, Nathan Lowell, Kim Harrison, and Jim Butcher. 

When I’m writing, I love to listen to movie scores.  Back before my cats chewed through my speaker cables and shorted one of my USB buses, I’d listen all the time.  The Inception and Twilight scores are exceptional, and I can’t recommend them highly enough.

When I feel my own inspiration running low, I’ll often go back and watch Lord of the Rings, Aliens, Riddick, Thor: Ragnarok, the Mummy (Brandon Frasier version), and similar movies that inspired a sense of wonder in me.

7. What is your writing routine? If you have one, give us the run-down!

I try to write or edit almost every day.  That said, I’m not a huge stickler about it.  If I’m feeling a burned out, I’ll happily take a day or two to recharge.

Right now, I’ve got three books that are in various stages of editing, and probably a dozen more in which the first draft is finished, but major revisions are needed.  Beyond that, I’ve started sequels to my first three published books, and many more are in the works.  So, when I sit down to write, if there’s nothing with a deadline attached, I decide on what the flavor of the day is and dive into that story.   

I’ve got an office in which no cats are allowed (yes, because of the speaker cable incident).  Here, I’m surrounded by books, and my desk is piled high with notes.  I’ve got a laptop in which I do some of my editing, but my writing computer is a desktop that’s not attached to the internet or used for anything but writing.  It’s not at all unusual for me to start writing and the next thing I know, hours have passed.

8. If you could go back and give yourself one piece of advice as you started out on the path to becoming an author, what would it be?

I’d tell myself to go to writing conventions that are heavily tilted towards learning about the craft of writing.  I’d written close to a million words before I ever went to a single convention, and I was just blown away by all the stuff I knew in the back of my mind, but wasn’t doing.  Ideas such as showing versus telling, finding fresh ways bringing my characters to life, making sure my transitions are clean so the reader doesn’t have to struggle to keep up, and such really opened my eyes to how much I didn’t know about writing. 

Hot on the heels of that, I’d recommend that I find myself a critique group.  While you’ll often get bad advice, you’ll also get light shined on potential weak points and problems – some of which you probably never new existed.  There’s good reasons I have so many books needing serious re-writes—and that’s thanks to my critiquers and beta-readers.  Without them, I might have published some of those works before they were ready.  And that would have been an embarrassment to me and a disservice to my readers.

9. Last but not least: where can we find you? Drop those links!

www.CastleHumble.com

https://www.facebook.com/WilliamRHumble

https://www.amazon.com/William-R-Humble/e/B08R434893?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1622169062&sr=1-1

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/20552165.William_R_Humble

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🔥 Nefarious Echoes is available for preorder, to be released on the 28th of July!

Evil lurks in the shadows. Demon villages are left decimated, and the Panther tribe is torn apart.

With more than one enemy lurking in the shadows, waiting for the perfect time to strike, the future could not be more bleak for priests and panthers alike.

Now more than ever, Light and Darkness must unite and stand firm against the terrifying dangers encroaching on all sides.

Will this be their final hour? Or will they prevail?

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🌺 I wanted to have at least one cover with a panther on, so here is a piece of this beauty 😘 More to come!!

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Author Interview: Robert G Williscroft

Check out this author spotlight for Robert G Williscroft!

You can find all his links furthest down the page, and don’t forget to check out his books!

1. Hi! Welcome to my humble blog of all things bookish! I would like for us to start by getting to know you. Give us a short bio, please!

Retired submarine officer, deep-sea and saturation diver, scientist, author, and lifelong adventurer. Spent 22 months underwater, a year in the equatorial Pacific, three years in the Arctic ice pack, and a year at the Geographic South Pole. Degrees in Marine Physics and Meteorology, and a doctorate for developing a system to protect SCUBA divers in contaminated water. A prolific author of non-fiction, Cold War thrillers, and hard science fiction. Lives in Centennial, Colorado, with his family.

NOTE: All my books are featured on my book website: https://RobertWilliscroft.com

2. To get to know you just a little bit better, I’d like to ask you some this or that questions. Answer 5 (or more!) of these and explain why you chose this or that, or maybe an entirely different alternative!

Winter, spring, summer or autumn? Each has its plusses and minuses

Cat or dog? I have cats right now, and have featured cats in a  couple of SciFi novels, but I like big dogs too.

Tea or coffee? Coffee more than tea, but I also drink tea.

Morning or evening? Anytime.

Library or museums? Both—depends on what is going on.

Hunter or gatherer? Hunter

Witches or wizards? Neither

Ninjas or pirates? Neither—I like explorers and adventurers

Mountains or beaches? Both

Pen and paper or computer/phone? Computer–mostly

Standalone or series? Both—depends entirely

Book or ebook? I like a nice, leather-bound book, but enjoy the ease of ebooks

Hero or anti-hero? Hero—mostly

3. When you look for books to read, what trope or type of story will always catch your attention?

Pretty girl on the cover—catches my attention. I don’t necessarily pick it up or read it. I like hard science fiction and action/adventure stories

4. What do you write? Tell us about your current projects and the latest happenings!

NOTE that the book under consideration here is Slingshot, the first book in The Starchild Trilogy. It was released in 2018. See below for information on these three books.

I just completed the third Mac McDowell Mission, Operation Arctic Sting. It will be released in June. I am about halfway through the second Oort Chronicle, Federation—To the Stars. This is the second of three planned novels in The Oort Chronicles. The first, Icicle—A Tensor Matrix, was published in 2020.

Here is a blurb for Icicle:

Braxton Thorpe has discovered a threat to the entire Solar System, but he has a problem: he’s dead.

Frozen at death, he awakens to find himself uploaded into an electronic matrix. Exploring beyond the matrix and the larger GlobalNet, he discovers the Oort, a distributed electronic entity older than humanity, with an unnerving secret: aliens wiped out nearly all life on Earth once, and are coming back to do it again.

The mathematical entity that is Thorpe has to find a way to convince humans of the threat, and in time to do something about it. But how, and what?

If you’ve read Niven’s A World Out of Time or Taylor’s We Are Legion, the opening of Icicle will only seem familiar. Buckle up for a wild ride; you ain’t seen nothing. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B088QM3CQB/

Here is a blurb for Federation (to be released later this year):

The Oort Federation has consolidated its governance throughout the Solar System. Phoenix, under Braxton Thorpe (the Icicle), is a Solar System powerhouse controlling portals and non-portal travel everywhere. Ogden Enterprises, under Daphne O’Bryan and Kimberly Deveraux, controls human upload activity. Udachny, under Isidor Orlov, controls Solar System criminal activities while independently developing FTL, portal system, and human upload technology. Masin Arcah and Adrhun Gloalorn, survivors from the Asterian attack on the Solar System, choose sides—Arcah with Phoenix and Gloalorn with Udachny.

Thorpe and Orlov race to complete the first true FTL starship; their immediate goal is the Aster star system, the origin of the attack on the Solar System described in Icicle. Thorpe intends to establish cooperation between humans and Asterians. Orlov seeks to exploit the Asterians.

When the expeditions arrive in the Aster star system, Phoenix establishes a relationship with Arcah’s homeworld, Rogan, a planet operating as a wide-open, virtually no-government society. Orlov commences exploiting Gloalorn’s homeworld, Frohlic, ruled by the Boss, heading a many-thousand-year-old, planet-wide bureaucracy. Over time, bureaucratic Frohlic overwhelms Orlov, whereas Thorpe and the Roganians advance Phoenix stardrive technology and construct a large-scale starship for a planned expedition to explore the Galaxy and beyond.

The Starchild Trilogy:

Slingshot (2018): Slingshot is a love story – about a man, a woman, another man, another woman, some gender bending…and a machine, the largest ever built.

     Slingshot is a mystery – about a missing aviatrix, a conspiracy, a true-believer. Slingshot is an adventure – about following a dream, the ocean-deep, outer space.
    Slingshot is about constructing the first space launch-loop stretching 2,600 km between Baker and Jarvis Islands in the Equatorial Pacific. It’s about high finance, intrigue, unlimited ambition, heroism, fanaticism, betrayal…and about opening space to the common person.
    With a cast of 69, Slingshot takes you from Seattle’s world financial district, to the ocean bottom at 5,000 feet off Baker Island, to the edge of space 80 km above. You play with dolphins and battle sharks. You fly and sail and dive, you work and play and love across the vast panorama of an Equatorial Pacific being put to leash to serve humanity’s surge into outer space.
    While its accurate science and precise engineering will appeal to hard science-fiction buffs, Slingshot’s major focus is the grand journey, the opening of outer space to the common person by men and women who loom larger than life as they work, play, and love. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FRKTR2M/

The Starchild Compact (2018): The Starchild Compact is an adventure of heroic proportions, commencing on a planet 500 lightyears distant, arriving here just a few years from now, and ending up in the far distant expanses of the Universe.

    Is Saturn’s moon Iapetus an artifact? To find out, Jon Stock takes his international exploration team on a 1.4 billion km journey to Saturn, but will Jihadist stowaway Saeed Ismail succeed in sabotaging the mission? On Iapetus, Jon Stock and his team meet the Founders. Where are they from? How did they get here? How will they impact Earth and the Solar System? 

    Will the Founder’s presence signal the end of humanity, or will it pave the way for a joint push to the distant reaches of the Galaxy?

    The Starchild Compact is hard SciFi reminiscent of Arthur C. Clarke or James P. Hogan, with a geopolitical twist worthy of Tom Clancy or Clive Cussler. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FXHN26C/

The Iapetus Federation (2018): Following the dramatic events in The Starchild Compact, the starship Starchild departs on a 185-year interstellar journey. Meanwhile, the Iapetus Federation in cooperation with the Founders, descendants of the people who originally constructed Iapetus, expands to include the Mirs Complex at L-4, the Lunar Complex, a new habitat being constructed at L-5, the growing Mars settlements, and several asteroids including Daphne and Ceres.
    On Earth, America turns away from its world leadership position to focus on internal matters and the idea of an all-inclusive, multicultural society. Saeed Esmail, the stowaway Jihadist who played a significant role in The Starchild Compact, becomes the guiding prophet of a new form of Islam that quickly dominates the vanquished Persian Caliphate territories, and threatens the rest of the planet. Aided by Founder Asshur, the besieged Israelis reluctantly forge a new homeland on Mars, while the United States balkanizes into a half-dozen smaller units dominated by the Lone Star Conservancy under the leadership of Texan Sam Houston, who had earlier established the Lone Star Settlement on Mars.
    Science does not stand still. Founder researchers develop a longevity treatment that has the potential to extend human life indefinitely. The Starchild Institute, headed by former U.S. President Marc Bowles, develops advanced spacecraft, and a new form of transportation based on artificial wormholes. As the global Jihad on Earth heats up, most of the planet falls under the domination of Saeed Esmail, with only the Lone Star Conservancy, Columbia Freehold, Australia, and New Zealand left as independent territories. The Institute opens evacuation portals between Earth and Iapetus to rescue as many people as possible.
    While Earth sinks into medieval barbarism, the focus of human activity shifts from Earth to the Iapetus Federation as humans settle virtually every potentially habitable spot in the Solar System and begin planning for expansion into the rest of the Galaxy. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F7JF5D4/

5. What is your most recent release? Give us a short presentation, cover, and a link for where to buy it!

Two books released close together:Operation Ice Breaker (2020): A super-secret, off-the-books submarine operation during the Cold War. In a fast-paced, personal narrative, J.R. “Mac” MacDowell details a breathtaking series of events during a super-secret acoustic array laying operation under the Arctic ice pack at the height of the Cold War. Riding the nuclear submarine USS Teuthis, Mac and his saturation diving team surreptitiously enter the frozen Arctic waters to place two Top Secret SOSUS arrays on the seafloor under the ice pack.

They face a giant Camaneroceras (thought to be long extinct), polar bears, Greenland sharks, Orcas, and other hungry marine critters. They are dogged by a high-performance new Soviet nuclear submarine that is determined to prevent Teuthis from laying the arrays.
​     Mac and his team find themselves in an under-ice, hand-to-hand battle with Soviet divers that results in the surreptitious capture of one of the Soviet subs inside U.S. territorial waters. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08JZDRZXY/

Icicle (2020): Braxton Thorpe has discovered a threat to the entire Solar System, but he has a problem: he’s dead.

Frozen at death, he awakens to find himself uploaded into an electronic matrix. Exploring beyond the matrix and the larger GlobalNet, he discovers the Oort, a distributed electronic entity older than humanity, with an unnerving secret: aliens wiped out nearly all life on Earth once, and are coming back to do it again.

The mathematical entity that is Thorpe has to find a way to convince humans of the threat, and in time to do something about it. But how, and what?
If you’ve read Niven’s A World Out of Time or Taylor’s We Are Legion, the opening of Icicle will only seem familiar. Buckle up for a wild ride; you ain’t seen nothing. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B088QM3CQB/

6. What real-life inspiration do you draw from, and what are your primary fictional sources of inspiration (books, authors, films, music, etc.)? Name a few!

I draw extensively from my adventurous life (see my bio). I also draw from my scientific and engineering reading and research.

7. What is your writing routine? If you have one, give us the run-down!

I work out daily for one to two hours. Then I divide my time between marketing my books and writing. I try to write 1,000 words daily.

8. If you could go back and give yourself one piece of advice as you started out on the path to becoming an author, what would it be?

Write that first book NOW! Don’t wait!

9. Last but not least: where can we find you? Drop those links!

Email: rgw@RobertWilliscroft.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robert.williscroft

Parler: https://parler.com/#/user/RGWilliscroft

Gab: https://gab.com/RWilliscroft

Twitter: https://twitter.com/RGWilliscroft

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/argee/

Book Website: https://RobertWilliscroft.com

Personal Website: https://argee.net

Blog: https://thrawnrickle.com/

Publisher: https://freshinkgroup.com/author/robertwilliscroft/

Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Robert-G-Williscroft/e/B001JP52AS

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