Science Fiction / Adventure

This Thief Steals Her Way Almost to Death

January 30, 2013
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Kevin McCormick

Master thief Christmas “Crazy-Eyes” Parker has robbed and murdered a path from one end of the galaxy to the other, earning a solid living as a hired gun for the Galactic Coalition, the singular government controlling all planets inhabited by mankind.

Now, in Kevin McCormick‘s book “A Voice in the Thunder,” an armored truck job goes sideways on the planet Eridan. Parker’s next move puts her at odds both with her government liaison, who betrays Parker thanks to a convincing religious experience, and her boss, a woman who is equal parts generous philanthropist and ruthless killer.

And the package Parker stole off that armored truck threatens to forever alter what it means to be human.

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The Indie Author Life

Most of the indie authors I know go into the writing process with a much keener appreciation for the enormity of their challenge than do many traditionally-published authors.

Here’s a portion of a recent blog post by Kevin McCormick:

I haven’t the slightest idea how most people decide whether or not to take a chance to an author they’ve never heard of. Hell, I don’t even know how I come to that decision. But it happens. A lot of things that don’t deserve much attention strike a nerve and find a huge audience, bigger than works of theoretically much higher quality. But I think it’s also true that if something is good, it finds an audience of some not-insignificant size. And I think the book I wrote is good.

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