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If We Falter (Freedom/Hate Book 6)

24 Jan

The sixth and final book in my Freedom/Hate series is now available for digital download (paperback version coming in the near future)! Head over to Amazon and download your copy of If We Falter today!If We Falter Kindle Cover

For decades, their country has been ruled by the authorities and patrolled by HAND. For nearly as long, Freedom has been working in the shadows, hoping for a day when they would be able to take back their nation. They have already reclaimed their home city. They have begun building an army. They also have three well-placed spies in the nation’s capital… The problem is, they don’t know it.

Justin, Marti and Geo have spent over a year building lives in Washington D.C. They sleep in comfortable beds. They eat all the best foods. They attend fancy events, dressed in the finest clothes. They have been cut off from their friends and allies, waiting for their chance to help Freedom win the war. That opportunity arrives when they gain information that could lead Freedom to complete annihilation, or their greatest victory. The Nation’s future rests in their hands.

“One way or another, it’s going to end here.

I want to say thank you to everyone who has read the series, or will read it in the future (if you’re allowed to, that is). I look forward to introducing all of you to the other crazy stories that are swimming around in my head, and maybe revisiting one or two worlds that I’ve already put out there.

Stay tuned.

 

 

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DCEU: Wonder Woman Set to Bomb at Box Office!!!!!111!!11!!!1!!

26 May

Nobody likes to sound like the crazy, foil-hat-wearing conspiracy theorist in the room. However, every once in a while, I think that everyone gets to that point. In this case, I’m just going to accept that at this moment, I’m the crazy sounding guy.

I recently came across an article which declared that Wonder Woman is projected to take in about $65 million in its opening weekend. To put this into perspective, Man of Steel brought in $116,619,362, Batman v Superman brought in $166,007,347 and Suicide Squad brought in $133,682,248.

The projected number sound very low, of course. However, a little more perspective tells us that the first Captain America movie brought in $65,058,524, Thor came in at $65,723,338, and more recently, Doctor Strange had an opening weekend of $85,058,311.

Why are all of these numbers important? For a couple of reasons. Continue reading