Kronos Interference IndieReader Approved!

IR Approved Sticker 2Ed and I are pleased to announce that The Kronos Interference has been designated IndieReader Approved.

The popular review site gave the book 4 stars, saying, “THE KRONOS INTERFERENCE twists facts and fiction into a heady and provocative adventure about time travel and humanity.” Here’s the full review.


Kronos Interference Named to Kirkus Best of 2012

2012 BestOf LOGOEd and I are pleased to announce that The Kronos Interference has been named to the Kirkus Reviews Best of 2012 list!

The prestigious Kirkus Reviews has long been an authoritative voice in the literary trade, giving literary and film industry professional a sneak peek at books before their release. Since publication began in 1933, Kirkus has brought to the attention of the reading public countless classics by then unknown books, including Gone with the WindThe Caine MutinyThe English PatientAngela’s Ashes, and thousands more.

Kirkus Reviews also gave The Kronos Interference the coveted Kirkus star, calling the book “impressively original” and “{a} tour de force.” For those who missed it, here’s a link to their full review.

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Top Undersea Hotels – The Wave of the Future

For those who’ve read The Kronos Interference, you know that part of the story takes place in an undersea facility.

In fact, the inspiration for Jacob’s cabin was taken from the Poseidon Undersea Resort in Fiji (hey, the rates are only $15,000 and up), and the complex itself was loosely inspired by the design of the never-completed Hydropolis resort in Dubai, even though the facility in the book was completely submerged.

Meanwhile, here’s a list of the top 5 undersea hotels, for the next time you’re looking for something a little bit different.

PS: Apologies to those who suffered the brunt of Hurricane Sandy’s wrath, and probably haven’t the slightest interest in underwater hotels at the moment. Ed and I live in the midst of it, and many of our friends and family still have no power (and indeed neither does Ed). We hope and pray that all of our readers and their families are safe. 

Mystery Package to Be Opened in Norway

A 100-year-old mystery package left by a local politician  is set to be opened this Friday, August 31st 2012, in a small village in Norway.

The man, Johan Nygard, left the package with the mayor on August 26th 1912 with instructions not to open it until 100 years from then.  He claimed the contents would “benefit and delight future generations.” Whether he meant in that village alone or the entire world remains to be seen.

Interestingly enough, someone actually remembered that it’s supposed to be opened. I can’t even remember to take the trash out on Sundays.

In a touch of “life imitating art,” readers of The Kronos Interference may notice a slight parallel, as the book has its own mystery package plot element.

Here’s the full article.

The Kronos Interference is Now on Kindle!

Just letting everyone know that The Kronos Interference is now on Amazon Kindle (as well as Nook, Sony Reader, iBookstore, etc.).

During our extended launch period, the ebook is only $2.99!  (the trade paperback is $12.99)

Some readers have asked how they can help us spread the word. One way is to leave a positive review on Amazon, Goodreads, or wherever you’re so compelled (assuming you like the book). But do keep it honest and objective.

Meanwhile, we’re busy at work on the sequel, so as not to keep everyone waiting too long! We may even share little tidbits as we progress.

Our sincere thanks to those who have bought the book.

The Kronos Interference is Now Available! Read the Author Interview

Well, it’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. Our book, The Kronos Interference, is now available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other retailers! The Kindle version is taking a few extra days for some reason but will be up shortly.

Here’s the Amazon page for the trade paperback.

For those interested in learning a little more about us and the book, here’s a Q&A Interview with Ed and I.

The Bloop from Beneath the Sea

In other undersea weird news,  in 1997, Naval underwater surveillance systems used by NOAA picked up a frequency that indicated a biological creature that was exponentially larger than any known whale or giant squid. It was picked up several times in 1997 off the coast of Chile, but then never heard from again. CNN reported the finding in 2002 (why did the Navy wait five years to make it public? Hmm.)

The Navy archived the sound under the name “Bloop.” In our upcoming book, The Kronos Interference, we speculate that something much more sinister was behind the frequencies.