Since entering the league of “independant published authors” I’ve been getting a better glimpse at this community. There’s a lot of cool people out there cheering each other on, trading tips and know-how and just generally being awesome.
One such person I’ve had the pleasure to virtually meet is Dale Lehman. A fellow author who also features new up-and-coming books on his blog. Dale was nice enough to do a write up about Echowake on his blog. Dale’s been helpful with some constructive feedback and I can’t wait to put it all into practice on Book Two. (Impromptu status update: I’m just over 1/3rd done on the first draft of The Coming Storm.)
Dale’s also written a delightful mystery titled The Fibbonaci Murders. As a math nerd, it sounds right up my ally! I’ve added it to my Goodreads to-read list and look forward to jumping in. Here’s the synopsis:
“I start with zero. Nobody dies today.” The strange note delivered to Lieutenant Detective Rick Peller of the Howard County, Maryland, police was just the beginning. Soon Peller and his colleagues find themselves chasing a cunning killer who is basing his crimes on the Fibonacci series, a mathematical sequence in which each number is the sum of the preceding two. And the only thing Peller knows for sure is that the series never ends.
There’s no shortage of good books out there. Be sure to fill up that e-reader over the holidays!