A Kobo Next Selection (May 2014)
“smart splice of espionage and science fiction. … frighteningly realistic. Well-drawn characters, excellent pacing, and constant surprises make this a great cautionary tale about technology and its abuses.”
– Publisher’s Weekly*
“Convergence is fast-paced, full of action and a thrilling ride from start to finish. There is violence, depth of feeling, explosions, car chases and tenderness. The book has everything and is perfect for those who like their SciFi gritty, edgy and realistic.”
–J.S. Collyer, author of ZERO
“kept me on the edge of my seat the WHOLE friggen time! The writing is tight. The world building is incredible, and the story itself is pretty compelling! A+”
–Melissa “Book Lady” Caldwell, Must Read Faster
“well-rounded and evolving characters. It draws you in right from the start and keeps your heart rate up the whole way.”
–Dennis Underwood, Amazon Customer Review (5 stars)
“Not only is it original and fresh it makes you think about topics ranging from addiction to loss of personal freedoms and civil liberties.”
–“Stillborn,” Amazon Customer Review (5 stars)
Interviewed by author Lucas Bale
(July 14, 2014)
Interviewed by author Jim Cogan
(July 2, 2014)
Indie Author Land interview
(April 4, 2014)
(March 27, 2014.)
Author Wednesday Feature
(August 20, 2014.)
ECHOES author Therin Knite was kind enough to feature CONVERGENCE on March 8, 2014, as part of the Awesome Indie Book Roundup. Knite also highlighted my work on the Awesome Indie Books Facebook page. So lots of kudos to Therin, and many, many thanks! My book was also mentioned by Pegasus Pulp, in their Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month for March 2014.
CONVERGENCE was also highlighted on the Science Fiction Books March 4 and March 17, and on Remarkable Reading Feb. 27, 2014. If you’re a Facebook user, go give these pages a Like and keep an eye out for other great reads, as they update frequently.
*Publishers Weekly is an independent organization and the review was written based on a manuscript version of the book and not a published version.