Today I have the pleasure of revealing the cover for book three in AK Alliss’ Ouroboros Cycle series of books, Gravity’s Truth. Look out for it when it releases in February 2018. You can also find my review for book one, Frame here. as well as a guest post from AK Alliss himself here.
Jimmy, a former accountant charged with Fraud, now works the tube, an atmosphere breaking conduit that leads to the mysterious facility, Imago. There, the wealthy re-purpose their souls as Zeroes, robotic shells that effectively grant them immortality.
When Jimmy comes into possession of a briefcase containing personality chips of several prominent government officials, his life will become forfeit. On the run from a corrupt organisation dedicated to creating a Utopian society at any cost, Jimmy will have to make a decision that will mean either his redemption or ruin.
Gravity’s Truth is due out February 2018 through Amazon and selected bookstores.
Frame and Future’s Orphans, also part of the Ouroboros Cycle, are available on Amazon now.
Today I have the pleasure of revealing the cover for Paul Mathews’ new book, We Have Lost the Coffee, book three in the We Have Lost series.
London, 2045. Three months into the Coffee Wars and Britain’s caffeine supplies are at critical levels. Brits are drinking even more tea than usual, keeping a stiff upper lip and praying for an end to it all.
A secret Government coffee stockpile could save the day … but then mysteriously disappears overnight.
One man is asked to unravel the missing-coffee mystery. His name is Pond. Howie Pond. And he’s in desperate need of a triple espresso. Meanwhile, his journalist wife, Britt, is hunting royal fugitive Emma Windsor on the streets of the capital.
Can Howie save the British Republic from caffeine-starved chaos? Will the runaway royal be found? And just what will desperate coffee drinkers do for their next caffeine fix? Find out, in Paul Mathews’ latest comedy-thriller set in the Britain of the future…
As a lover of both coffee and comedy, this book hooked my interest, something a little different from the usual daily “grind”. I will be reviewing We Have Lost the Coffee as part of the blog tour, with my stop coming up on Wednesday 28th June. Hopefully that will be just enough time to read books one and two and see what Paul Mathews has “brewing” before I pick up his latest book.
Pre-order We Have Lost the Coffee now on Kindle ahead of its release on June 28th. Keep an eye out for my review later this month!