Signing Off For 2017

Austin Dragon Fantasy, Holidays, Writing 1 Comment

For 2017, I've gladly lived in the rainy world of Liquid Cool with its mega-skyscrapers, hovercars, cyborgs, and off-world colonies. We've gotten to watch our hero detective, Cruz, solve his crazy cases from Blade Gunner (Book 2) to the recent release of A.I. Confidential (Book 6) –all with tons of action and even laughs.

What's next in 2018? There will be more Liquid Cool to be sure and my epic After Eden series will be re-launched. However, what will probably dominate is the series that you, my VIP Readers' Club members, helped pick. I'm already in that new world of heroes, heroines, villains, monsters, mythical lands–writing away. I can't wait to have you read my upcoming epic fantasy.

So until then, I leave with you a teaser image below and…Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year. See you in 2018! 

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    Austin Dragon

    Austin Dragon

    Author of the sci-fi After Eden Series, classic Sleepy Hollow Horrors, and new cyberpunk detective series, Liquid Cool. He is a native New Yorker, but has called Los Angeles, California home for the last twenty years. Words to describe him, in no particular order: U.S. Army, English teacher, one-time resident of Paris, political junkie, movie buff, Fortune 500 corporate recruiter, renaissance man, dreamer.

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    1. Mr. Dragon, I just read that you were in the U.S. Army, and I have read one of your Liquid Cool books, and very much enjoyed it! I mainly wanted to tell you thanks for your service in the Army, helping defend our great nation, and our freedom. I served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps from Dec. 6, 1971 to Dec. 7, 1975.

      I know what it means and what it takes to sign a blank check to the United States of America, payable on demand, with payment of up to and including your life if needed.

      When I returned home on leave, and from active duty, all I heard was “baby killers”, war mongers, lots of protests. No thanks for my service, defending our country and freedom.

      It’s so good to see the respect our military personal and veterans get in more recent years!

      I try to thank our active duty members and veterans any time I can, and not let it be like when I came home.

      Thank you for what you did!!!!!!!

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