Emancipated Worlds Saga pre-launch at B&N and Borders!

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I’ll be attending the Super Mega Friends of the Universe writers signing at Barnes & Noble in West Jordan, Utah, and Borders book store in Murray, Utah. This happens today — almost all day — so anyone in the local area is more than welcome to pop in and see me, the junior bird-man of Utah science fiction, along with a host of real professionals, including Brandon Sanderson, Larry Correia, Tracy Hickman, Eric James Stone, John Brown, and many more. So click the link, and give us a visit.

I’ll be handing out a spare bit of swag: 4″ x 5″ cards avertising my current stuff in print, as well as the Emancipated Worlds Saga project that I’ve been working on. If you’re visiting the blog for the first time, the Emancipated Worlds Saga is an on-line web serial that I am launching on October 1, 2010. I’ll be posting new installments on a weekly basis.

What is the Emancipated Worlds Saga? Imagine the following movies and television shows in a mash-up: The Patriot, 300, Band of Brothers, Robotech, Firefox, and Battlestar Galactica 2.0! If that doesn’t whet your appetite, picture the original 13 U.S. American colonies taking on, not just the British, but the entire combined imperial forces of the British, the French, the Spanish, and every other world power at the end of the 18th century. Now project that conflict into the 28th century. Give them fleets of starships and high-tech weaponry. It’s a clash bound to rock our corner of the Galaxy, and beyond! So please stay tuned! I’ll be putting out mini-installments all week, in prep for the official 3-chapter splash on October 1 at midnight.

Otherwise, feel free to browse the blog, and please check out my fiction already in print. Here we go!

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2 thoughts on “Emancipated Worlds Saga pre-launch at B&N and Borders!

  1. Very exciting! When you threw Robotech in as one of the similar sagas, I was sold haha. Gotta love that mech-heavy space opera. My latest story, “A Son of Nibiru,” has a big exoskeleton suit battle scene that goes from space to land in a matter of 1,500 words or so.

    Picking up Analog tonight, by the way.

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