Distant Relatives (Astronomicon, #2)

This 2nd book in the Astronomicon series marks a serious and exciting expansion of the scenario As many new elements are introduced, of the true scale of events within the story are revealed Readers get their first taste of Mars Colony 1 and find out how the peoples of Earth react to the indisputable discovery that we really are not alone in the universe.Those who rThis 2nd book in the Astronomicon series marks a serious and exciting expansion of the scenario As many new elements are introduced, of the true scale of events within the story are revealed Readers get their first taste of Mars Colony 1 and find out how the peoples of Earth react to the indisputable discovery that we really are not alone in the universe.Those who read book 1 Astronomicon Voyage of the Elysian and book 2 Astronomicon The Discovery will be pleased to discover that there are also exciting developments within the colony on Proxima 3 A threat approaches will we be ready
Distant Relatives Astronomicon This nd book in the Astronomicon series marks a serious and exciting expansion of the scenario As many new elements are introduced of the true scale of events within the story are revealed Readers g

  • Title: Distant Relatives (Astronomicon, #2)
  • Author: PaulVincent
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    PaulVincent

    Currently writing the Astronomicon series of Science Fiction Novels, covering human exploration and developments over the next few decades The Beginning , Distant Relatives , Those Left Behind , Icarus and Deadline have already been published Sceptic is currently previewing on Wattpad and I have two projects on the way before the end of 2017.Finally beginning to properly realise a lifelong love of writing I have wanted to be an author for as long as I can remember, certainly ever since I became a rather avid reader as a child.I was born in Stratford upon Avon UK in the early 70s That s the same town in which the great William Shakespeare was born, so maybe that bodes well Due to my parents careers I grew up in a variety of places around Worcestershire, completing my school education in the City of Worcester itself.University took me to Cardiff, Wales, to study Computer Science I ve lived in Cardiff ever since, moving to several locations around the city I ve been married for well over a decade now, with three children, one of which is now in secondary school I feel old I ve been writing creatively ever since school, writing my first and now long lost book in my late teens Although my career path has never followed anything remotely like a literary theme, I ve been writing as a hobby continuously My career has been rooted in computers and related technology, from programming fruit machines to working as a web developer So far that has all proved to be useful life experience for writing fiction.Now that e books have truly hit the mainstream, and continue to grow in popularity, and printed books continue to decline, I felt I had reached the best possible point to get my act together and get the long planned Astronomicon books written and published After all, a book or series of books does not really count for much if people can t find out about it and read it.I have been developing the Astronomicon idea for over a decade now, creating a huge, detailed and well thought out universe in which to base the series of science fiction novels I would very much love to have the opportunity to work on this project full time, but even working in what little spare time I have available, I have completed four novels and am working on the fifth and sixth.

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      Sep 20, 2018 - 10:18 AM

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