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          All that being said, welcome back to the wonderful world of McSciFi. My apologies if you got a version of the last email that looked more like braille than useful text. There were some seriously large letters. We’re pretty sure the problem’s fixed, so here we go.

        Today I’m just going to dive right in since there’s a lot to share and all of it’s cool.

          My latest novel, SPLICE: HIT BIT TECHNOLOGY has been picked up by Walmart. That adds them to Barnes and Noble as well as Amazon as another major retailer carrying this title.

          SPLICE is a non-stop thrill ride, taking the reader on an edge-of-your-seat experience through the military and organized crime worlds. Bill McCormick absolutely captures the senses of the military and combat from sight to sound to smell and leaves you only wanting more at the turn of every page. This book gets it right and keeps it coming!

        Josh Grenard
        Former Infantry Captain/Combat Veteran
        U.S. Army

        Due to the pandemic, as well as the holiday season, it won’t be placed in stores until after the first of the year. However, you can order now and have copies in time for the holidays.

          In related news, my dystopian trilogy, The Brittle Riders, has been added to the Bement Public Library system, in Central Illinois, which means I’m ending the year by adding a new library system every month to my tool-belt.

          If you’re a librarian and would like to add any of my novels, just contact Nancy Chandler at Azoth Khem.

          One fun, and interesting, tangent; due to a confluence of related events, people have been buying The Brittle Riders trilogy instead of the omnibus. A lot of that has to do with Amazon’s search algorithms. Book one of the trilogy has been out since 2016 and each subsequent release supported its predecessor. All of that has led Amazon to suggest to all potential buyers that they bundle the whole thing together.

        This is a story where old meets new, where religion meets science in an epic story of what happened ‘after’ our world changed. It is masterfully written with attention to detail and it sympathetically manages to bridge the gap between faith and technology.

        L. L. Thomsen

        Finally, as you’re reading this Hadithi Sambamba is beginning a national promotion to brick and mortar comic book stores for its two flagship titles, Legends Parallel and Hybrid Zero. The two, rated “M” for Mature, titles have been garnering fans and, now, with the addition of global digital distribution are poised to explode.

        Based on the current rate of interest, we should be carried in over 150 new stores by Spring of 2021. For indie titles, that’s an amazing total. 

        Until next week, stay safe, sane, and inside.