Writing Updates: Liquid Cool

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You may have noticed I’ve been a bit quiet lately in terms of blogging or emails. The simple reason for that is I’ve been writing up a storm. So today I’ve decided to give you writing updates since I’m now on a roll.

One down! Yes, I completed Liquid Cool, Book #7. This Liquid Cool novel was initially a struggle for me because it seemed like it was going to be quite gloomy following Book 6, A.I. Confidential. For fans, that really wouldn’t do. Liquid Cool must have its humor too. It’s a sci-fi detective with lots of action and laughs. Once I figured that out, the novel just flowed. The only thing somber about the novel is its title, but by the end you find out the meaning, which is every bit as upbeat as Phishy doing his chicken dance.

What’s this next Liquid Cool novel about?

How many people get to meet their legend? Cruz did, but now he’s really gone. It seems as if Cruz's luck is gone too; nothing is going right. But crime never sleeps in Metropolis. And in this supercity, depressed detectives end up dead detectives. Metro needs the ol' Cruz back. Biopunks, bio-pirates and bio-terrorists are on the loose in this case!


I am now quickly moving through Liquid Cool, Book #8. More updates to come! Also the featured image is the new cover for Liquid Cool Book #5!

What do you think of it all? Leave your comments below.

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Austin Dragon

Author of over 20 books in science fiction, fantasy, and classic horror. His works include the epic fantasy Fabled Quest Chronicles, the cyberpunk detective Liquid Cool series, the international epic After Eden Series, and the classic Sleepy Hollow Horrors. He is a native New Yorker but has called Los Angeles, California home for more than 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, and dreamer.

Comments 6

  1. I personally prefer this type of cover. I felt the previous ones didn’t do the content justice. They seemed cobbled together, whereas this seems more of a whole design. Nice.
    All that’s required now is a proof reader! I don’t know if hard copies have exactly the same text, but in the ebook versions every chapter of every book have grammatical or spelling mistakes. It’s my only bugbear.

  2. I think almost every job winds up having its depressing moments. It’s what you do after that low point that makes your reputation as a ‘fixer’ or even a super detective. Go Liquid Cool!

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