'Red Sky at Morning' receives an excellent review
As some of you may know, my debut novel, 'Red Sky at Morning', recently received a 5 Star rating on www.thechristianmanifesto.com, and once again, the characterizations of the book's protagonists were a big part of that. Interested readers of military/espionage fiction can view it here:
Secondly, while I was hoping for a good review, the book received an exemplary one--and was nominated as a contender for excellence in fiction. I hadn't expected that, and I'm very grateful for the reviewer, and the staff at the website. While it didn't win, it was a thrill just to be honored by such a prestigious website that focuses on reviews.
Lastly, as near as I can tell, 'Red Sky at Morning' was the only debut novel to be nominated in any of the categories. All told, these accolades have been both encouraging--and humbling.
Currently, the second book in the Michael Neill adventure series is in the hands of my publisher. It's titled 'Tempest of Fire', and I'll post more details about the plot later. Over the past few months, I've been researching the third book. My outline is complete, and I started writing the first pages just a few days ago.
It's an exciting time, and I'm looking forward to the next several months of writing and to the publication of 'Tempest of Fire'. I'll keep you posted.