Andy Peloquin

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It’s Not Long Now…

Just a few short weeks to go until the official launch of The Last Bucelarii (Book 2): Lament of the Fallen, and I can barely contain my excitement! We’re going to have one heck of a killer launch party–hope to see you there.

Don’t forget to hit “Going” to the Facebook Event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1756560507952924/

We’re going to have a blast, with takeovers from 30+ authors from all genres, games, prizes, competitions, and so much more.

Speaking of competitions: want to win a signed paperback of Lament of the Fallen?

It’s easy! All you have to do is invite people to the party (link above), and you’re in the running. Every 10 guests invited = 1 entry to win one of the two signed paperbacks I’ll be raffling off first thing in the morning August 19th.

Go here to find out everything you need to know…

Have a wonderful Friday!

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Duel to the Death: Thya

I, Andy Peloquin, challenge you, Karina Kantas, to a duel to the death! But it is not we who will fight, but our characters…

In the black corner, weighing in at 180 pounds, standing a cool 6 feet tall, the Hunter of Voramis!

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Tale of the Tape:

  • Superhuman reflexes, strength, speed–think Captain America, but stronger
  • Thousands of years of weapons training
  • Body has accelerated healing factor–can survive a sword to the heart (can be killed by drowning, iron weapons, beheading, and suffocation)
  • Cannot be killed by anything but iron
  • Accursed dagger that heals him when he kills
  • No magical abilities whatsoever
  • No hesitation to kill if he perceives opponent as a threat/obstacle to his desires–classic anti-hero

In the silver corner, we have Thya, Queen of Tsinia, Guardian of the changlins!

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Tale of the Tape:

  • Can control the forces of nature
  • Any act using rain, wind, fire, earth
  • Can burn you from the inside out
  • Can make things move with her mind
  • Can strangle, just by looking at you
  • Is immortal and can only be killed by that who created her
  • Is half-Gestle, an underworld demon
  • Can and has done numerous times, mute, blind and take away speach

Two enter the ring, only one can leave alive!

How would Thya kill the Hunter? Thya will first crush his windpipe just by staring at him with her deadly white irises. She will suffocate him before wielding a iron sword that will slice off his head, all in a matter of seconds.

To kill (your character): The Hunter would try to overwhelm her with his inhuman speed, strength, and skill. All he has to do is pierce her skin with Soulhunger, and the dagger will consume her soul. Not even someone with considerable magical abilities can survive Soulhunger’s bite–it was created to kill demons.

Who would win?

Before the Hunter can raise Soulhunger, a constricting force around his throat cuts the air from his lungs. Even as his body fights to repair itself, Thya rips Soulhunger from his grip and plunges it into his heart.

Winner: Thya. And without moving!

Want to find out more about this demonic creature who would dare challenge the legendary assassin of Voramis to the death? Click here to read about Thya…

 

Who do YOU think would win? Did we get the match-up right? Leave a comment below and let me know…

 

Want to match your character against the Hunter? Click here to enter your protagonist/antagonist in a duel to the death!

 

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Awesome Resources for Creative Writing: Fantasy Faction

If your creative writing tends toward the fantastical (sci-fi and any of the many fantasy sub-genres), Fantasy Faction is a website worth bookmarking! Between the book reviews, interviews with authors, and numerous articles posted there, it’s a resource worth its digital weight in gold (Bitcoin?).

I’ve read a lot of the articles on the Fantasy Faction Articles section, and there is A LOT of useful information to choose from. Here are just a few of the titles I found helpful:

All VERY useful articles when it comes to crafting awesome fantasy stories!

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The Interview section is filled with interviews with some of the best-known names in fantasy, as well as lesser-known authors whose works are no less awesome. I’ve read a few of the interviews and, much like Stephen King’s On Writing, there was a lot of simple, useful tips that have helped me to write better.

For fantasy lovers, the News section is always worth checking out. For example, I just found out Terry Pratchett’s works were being made into a movie! How awesome is that? If you like reading about fantasy news, it’s worth checking out.

The Reviews section is a great place to find out which books are popular, as well as WHY. The book reviewers give detailed feedback on the things they found enjoyable, giving you an idea of how you can make your stories more appealing to “the masses”.

Of course, don’t forget the check out both the Writing section and the Forum for a wealth of information on all things creative writing, story-telling, plotting, planning, and more. You can find Book Clubs, promote your work, talk about self-publishing, learn about RPGs, check out awesome art, participate in competitions, and share in general discussions on all things fantasy. DEFINITELY a resource all fantasy writers (and even those not writing fantasy) will want to take full advantage of.

 

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Duel to the Death: David

I, Andy Peloquin, challenge you, Rusty Trimble, to a duel to the death! But it is not we who will fight, but our characters…

In the black corner, weighing in at 180 pounds, standing a cool 6 feet tall: the Hunter of Voramis!

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Tale of the Tape:

  • Superhuman reflexes, strength, speed–think Captain America, but stronger
  • Thousands of years of weapons training
  • Body has accelerated healing factor–can survive a sword to the heart (can be killed by drowning, iron weapons, beheading, and suffocation)
  • Cannot be killed by anything but iron
  • Accursed dagger that heals him when he kills
  • No magical abilities whatsoever
  • No hesitation to kill if he perceives opponent as a threat/obstacle to his desires–classic anti-hero

In the dark blue corner, standing at 5’10, weighing just 120 lbs, and barely old enough to shave: David!

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Tale of the Tape:

  • Master of the Chon technique of sword fighting
  • Possesses a symbiotic magical, iron sword

Two enter the ring, only one can leave alive!

How would David  kill the Hunter? The Chon philosophy could be described almost as a “passive-aggressive” style.  David fights a defensive battle, his body and facial expressions giving off the appearance that he is being overwhelmed by his opponent, just barely being able to block this blow and that, the impression to the enemy being that the next blow will be the killing one.  David continues to just manage to deflect blow after blow, looking more and more weakened, defeated, and desperate.

David is actually skilled and quick beyond belief and is instead allowing his enemy to wear himself out by these repeated strikes and become overconfident and careless, and during this time David is waiting for a perfect opening while easily deflecting these blows.  Once his enemy opens himself to attack, David surprises his opponent with a lightning quick strike, dispatching him.

To kill David: The Hunter would try to overwhelm him with his inhuman speed, strength, and skill. All he has to do is pierce David’s skin with Soulhunger, and the dagger will consume his soul. Not even someone with considerable magical abilities can survive Soulhunger’s bite–it was created to kill demons.

Who would win?

The Hunter sees David as a child, but a threat nonetheless and attacks.  David repeatedly blocks each blow, but just barely. Frustrated, the Hunter begins to attack more and more fiercely and aggressively, David continuing to just manage to fend off the dagger strikes.

However, this is a ploy. His sword has a symbiotic relationship with him and an awareness and works well in concert with its master to deliver both precise and deadly strikes, but also to ensure an excellent parrying defense.

David is sweating, breathing heavy, and staggering backwards. The Hunter, seeing this, charges forward for the fatal strike. Overconfidence is his undoing. Even a single wound from David’s iron sword floods his body with poisonous iron, slowing him, and killing him. David’s defensive fighting style keeps him out of reach of Soulhunger long enough for the iron to do its terrible work.

Winner: David. The Hunter of Voramis, defeated by a mere child!

Want to find out more about this youth who would dare challenge the legendary assassin of Voramis to the death? Click here to read about David, Master of the Chon technique…

Who do YOU think would win? Did we get the match-up right? Leave a comment below and let me know…

 

Want to match your character against the Hunter? Click here to enter your protagonist/antagonist in a duel to the death!

 

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Join Me for an Epic Occasion: Brand New Book Launch

It’s my favorite time of the year: BOOK LAUNCH!!!!

Sorry for the overuse of exclamation marks, but that’s how excited I am.

Almost one year to the day since the release of The Last Bucelarii (Book 1): Blade of the Destroyer, comes the epic continuation of the Hunter’s dark, twisted story:

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Isn’t that just gorgeous? Kudos to the awesome Marie Story for producing something so amazing!

The book is set to release on August 19th, and I’ve got a big Facebook Party going for the weekend of Aug 19-21. We’re going to have:

  • Takeovers by 30+ amazing authors from all genres
  • Games, challenges, and competitions
  • AMAZING prizes, including signed paperbacks, e-books, and other swag
  • Virtual discussions on epic topics
  • and so much more…

Pop on over to this Facebook Link and click “Join” if you haven’t already:

 https://www.facebook.com/events/1756560507952924/

The event is open to the public, so you and all your friends are welcome.

Sneaky Secret: Invite friends, and you have a chance of winning 1 of the 2 signed paperbacks I’m giving away. Click on THIS LINK to find out what you need to do…

It’s just less than a month away, but it’s going to be a blast. Join me in celebrating the accomplishment of all my hard work, and find out what happens next to the half-demon assassin known only as the Hunter of Voramis…

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Duel to the Death: Zazere

I, Andy Peloquin, challenge you, Kyra Dune, to a duel to the death! But it is not we who will fight, but our characters…

In the black corner, weighing in at 180 pounds, standing a cool 6 feet tall: the Hunter of Voramis!

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Tale of the Tape:

  • Superhuman reflexes, strength, speed–think Captain America, but stronger
  • Thousands of years of weapons training
  • Body has accelerated healing factor–can survive a sword to the heart (can be killed by drowning, iron weapons, beheading, and suffocation)
  • Cannot be killed by anything but iron
  • Accursed dagger that heals him when he kills
  • No magical abilities whatsoever
  • No hesitation to kill if he perceives opponent as a threat/obstacle to his desires–classic anti-hero

In the grey corner, weighing in at 145 pounds, standing 5′ 7″ tall: the Slyph Mage, Zazere!

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Tale of the Tape:

  • Telepathic
  • Control Over The Air
  • Handy With Magical Powders
  • Can Create Weapons Out Of Thin Air
  • Master Swordsman
  • Swift & Agile
  • Son Of A Dragon
  • Never Loses His Cool

Two enter the ring, only one can leave alive!

How would Zazere kill the Hunter? Zazere would use flash powder to temporarily blind The Hunter, then a blast of wind to the chest to knock him off his feet. If he read the Hunter’s mind, he could ascertain the Hunter’s weakness: iron.

To kill (your character): The Hunter would try to overwhelm him with his inhuman speed, strength, and skill. All he has to do is pierce his skin with Soulhunger, and the dagger will consume his soul. Not even someone with considerable magical abilities can survive Soulhunger’s bite–it was created to kill demons.

Who would win?

The Hunter is more than able to face any swordsman, and his skill with his blades would give him a fighting chance. Being telepathic, Zazere knows every move his opponent will make before they make it. Thus, he is exceedingly difficult to kill. However, knowing what your opponent is being able to do and being fast enough to counter it are two different matters.

The match would be a close one. If the Hunter’s superior speed, strength, and skill could get through Zazere’s guard, Soulhunger would end the battle. If Zazere could bring his planning, strategy, and abilities to the battle, he could outmatch the Hunter and use an iron sword to defeat him.

Winner: Draw. Luck could tip the scales in either direction.

Want to find out more about this Sylph Mage who would dare challenge the legendary assassin of Voramis to the death? Click here to read about the mighty Zazere…

Who do YOU think would win? Did we get the match-up right? Leave a comment below and let me know…

 

Want to match your character against the Hunter? Click here to enter your protagonist/antagonist in a duel to the death!

 

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Awesome Resources for Creative Writing: Story Starts

How many times have you sat down to get some creative writing done and found yourself staring at a blank screen? If you’re anything like me, it’s been more than once!

It can be tough to get started, especially if you’re starting a new story or book. Thankfully, I’ve found a resource that can help streamline the process. That’s right, I’m talking about story starts.

The Story Starter is one of my favorite sites to use when I want random ideas on how to start a story, or when trying to come up with a new storyline. Simply visit the site, click “Generate Idea”, and the site will come up with off-the-wall first sentences like:

  • The sadistic student teacher painted a portrait in the store three days ago to wake up the President.
  • The whacky waltz historian boiled a potato in the tent at dawn to pay the debt.
  • The somber scout leader struggled with the checkbook in a lonely bus stop in October to find the rare stamp.
  • The veteran candle maker served breakfast in the jewelry store yesterday for the architect.
  • The outrageous toy designer recited a poem in a neat closet on Thursday for the FBI.

What a load of nonsense, right? And yet, when you start looking at each of the sentences a bit more closely, perhaps an idea might spring to mind.

For example, why not write a story about a sadistic art student-teacher who killed the President? Or a man trying to pay a debt using only a potato? Or a candle-maker who has to become a servant to survive? Or a toy designer who creates a unique toy that the FBI can use to catch serial killers?

All of a sudden, these utterly ridiculous ideas become oddly out-of-the-box story lines and plots!

Do they all work? Absolutely not. But if you want help coming up with something fresh and new, sites like The Story Starter can be a good springboard to come up with unique ideas…

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Duel to the Death: Mila

So in my coffee-fueled writing frenzy, I came up with a crazy new idea: put the Hunter against any and every character willing to challenge him. It doesn’t matter the genre or power set.

Our first contestant…

I, Andy Peloquin, challenge you, Kindra Sowder, to a duel to the death! But it is not we who will fight, but our characters…

In the black corner, weighing in at 180 pounds, standing a cool 6 feet tall, the Hunter of Voramis!

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Tale of the Tape:

  • Superhuman reflexes, strength, speed–think Captain America, but stronger
  • Thousands of years of weapons training
  • Body has accelerated healing factor–can survive a sword to the heart (can be killed by drowning, iron weapons, beheading, and suffocation)
  • Cannot be killed by anything but iron
  • Accursed dagger that heals him when he kills
  • No magical abilities whatsoever
  • No hesitation to kill if he perceives opponent as a threat/obstacle to his desires–classic anti-hero

In the green corner, standing at 5′ 4″, we have Mila, the 23-year old telekinetic from The Permutation Archives.

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Tale of the Tape:

  • Telekinesis
  • Can sense energy in people with similar abilities

Two enter the ring, only one can leave alive!

How would Mila kill the Hunter?  if she focuses on the atoms of an object (inanimate or living) she can cause nuclear fission inside of their bodies. This causes a chain reaction much like the atom bomb but only internally because of her telekinetic ability.

To kill Mila: The Hunter would try to overwhelm her with his inhuman speed, strength, and skill. All he has to do is pierce her skin with Soulhunger, and the dagger will consume her soul. Not even someone with considerable magical abilities can survive Soulhunger’s bite–it was created to kill demons.

Who would win?

The Hunter’s ability to move in total silence would allow him to sneak up on Mila. IF he could catch her by surprise, he could put a dagger in her or snap her neck.

However, if she senses his presence, she would be able to cause the fission-like chain reaction in his body that could blow him to bits. Not even his demonic healing abilities could resurrect him from that.

Probable Winner: Mila! (Size and skill at arms are not the only way to survive…)

 

Want to find out more about this telekinetic who would dare challenge the legendary assassin of Voramis to the death? Click here  to read about Mila and her journey in The Permutation Archives…”

 

Who do YOU think would win? Did we get the match-up right? Leave a comment below and let me know…

 

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How Crazy Are You?

“The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.” –Anonymous

I’m willing to label myself at least 50% crazy. I may not be world-changing-level crazy, but I’m crazy enough to believe that I can do something as impossibly difficult as succeeding as an author.

Here’s something you might not have known:

J.K. Rowling had difficulty getting published. Finally, Bloomsburry Press agreed to publish it but only published 500 copies. They also requested she use initials so she wouldn’t be recognized as a female writer. She has no middle name, so she chose the letter K for Kathleen. Source: WCL

If J.K. Rowling, currently the world’s wealthiest author, had a hard time getting the Harry Potter books published, imagine how hard it is for people whose books don’t match up to those standards. That’s easily 99% of ALL books.

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Yes, being a writer is truly a “crazy” dream. And yet, if we can be crazy enough to think we can change the world–even if it’s just our own small little world–there’s a real chance we can do it. It takes a severe form of insanity (tinged with a hint of egotism) to believe that the words we have to say are worth reading, but the truth is that most authors have succeeded because they clung to that delusion and refused to let go. Even after years or decades of rejection, they gripped that madness with insane tenacity, and that paid off. Or didn’t, in the case of so many authors you’ve never heard of because they quit.

How crazy are you? Are you crazy enough to hold onto your insane dream and refuse to let it go? It takes a strength borne of insanity to keep going when everything is stacked against you. But heck, that’s what makes the success all the more rewarding!

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Book Review: A Desperate Mission by Rusty Trimble

It’s Book Review Wednesday, and today I’ve got a book along the lines of Battlestar Galactica and Lost in Space, but for young adults…

A Desperate Mission

An Interstellar war…

A remote, bizarre Planetoid…

A heroic boy on a desperate quest…

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At the onset of an interstellar war, 14-year-old Linus Martin flees from his father’s ship in the Cyrano, a recently acquired scout vessel. Accompanied by Mitchell, the vessel’s on-board computer and Bit, a small, floating orb-shaped robot, Linus crash-lands on a pre-programmed destination, a bizarre planetoid upon which lie the ancient and powerful treasures of a long vanished civilization. Join Linus on his strange odyssey as he races against time and faces the unknown perils of dangerous and mysterious worlds as he hopes to recover the artifacts and save his race from near-certain annihilation.

Crash of the Cyrano is the first book of this series which is inspired by the 1981 computer game Strange Odyssey, written by Scott Adams who is widely considered to be the father of computer gaming. Scott is a long-time computer programmer and fan of computer games. He lives in Wisconsin with his wife, children, and grandchildren.

My Review: 3.5 Stars

What I liked about this book:

Classic space odyssey story. Daunting odds, and a boy with just enough skill to hopefully defeat them. Space battles! Spaceships!

The little boy in me loved every part of this space odyssey. Story-wise, it’s a lot like the classic space odysseys that were popular when space sci-fi first came out.

What I found less than awesome:

It finished too soon. It felt like the book ended half-way through the second act. It had just introduced the villain of the book and it ended. The climax was less climactic than I was expecting given such high stakes. It’s not quite a complete story–it could be the first half of a book.

It’s not a sci-fi masterpiece like you’d expect from David Weber or Orson Scott Card. The writing was adequate, characters were interesting, and the book series has a lot of potential. My adult half looks at it with a lot of skepticism, but my inner child enjoyed it.

Here’s a Taste:

Linus broke radio silence.  “Braemar control, I have picked up two Grilga-class interceptors pursuing an old Scout ship.  It looks like a very old Inverness-Class vessel, but heavily modified if my computer is processing the sensor data correctly.  Whatever it is, it has a fair lead and seems to be holding its distance for now, but appears to be in danger as the rift jump looks to have damaged an engine.” Linus saw that one of the four thrusters (The Inverness-class vessels originally came with but two, hence Linus’ noting the modifications of the ship) was sputtering, and looked about to give out entirely.  Once it did, there was no way the ship could escape its hunters.
“Remained cloaked.” came the encrypted reply.  “Nails and Shooter have launched and are en route, ETA six minutes.”  This implied that Nilz Adams (Call sign “Nails”) the Flight Leader and senior pilot Campbell Ross (Call sign “Shooter”) who was his second-in-command were coming to rescue the imperiled ship.
Linus considered the situation; these were the two most experienced and skillful pilots aboard the ship, except of course for his father.  Linus hoped they were piloting Peregrine fighters as they were the quickest of the craft outside of the Mako.  It was also the best pure dogfighter, again except for the Mako, though the Peregrine had superior armor, shielding, and weapons, giving it a greater ability to sustain a long battle.
Linus frowned as his computer verified his suspicions.  There was very little chance of them arriving in time to do more than avenge the Scout ship’s death.  The battle would be over in three minutes at most, perhaps four.  The Scout ship’s struggling thruster finally gave out and the two pursuing craft slowed down to begin torpedo runs on it.
This particular act of performing a torpedo run was rather a cruel tactic, essentially like a cat toying with a wounded mouse.  With this scout ship severely slowed and its shields now indicating a loss of power, a simple spread of missiles could dispatch it far more efficiently than a torpedo.  A torpedo was also about ten or more times expensive than even a score of missiles.  No, the reason for this was to make the target experience fear.
Linus watched as both vessels lined up and then began accelerating.  The Scout ship tried vainly to re-ignite the fourth engine, the flash of restart attempts registering, but they were unfortunately failing.  These futile efforts also further drained the shields to the point where only life-support systems remained active.  Linus could see that Nilz and Campbell were rapidly approaching the area, but would not arrive in time to save the beleaguered ship.
Linus came to a quick conclusion to act.  Despite knowing he would likely be grounded by his father for this, he sent the encrypted message that said simply “Engaging.”  He quickly increased speed and armed his IFF missiles.  He had four of them, this would be two per enemy fighter, overkill perhaps, but he wanted to be certain that he destroyed them before they could damage the Scout ship.
As he predicted, he received a flurry of messages ordering him to remain cloaked and stand down.  He knew his father was likely on the bridge frantically shouting orders to be conveyed to his son to stay out of the danger zone.  However, his father he reasoned had brought him into danger the day his mom gave birth to him on board the Braemar, this was the life his parents had created for him, one of adventure and danger and this was he said to himself his “baptism by fire”.
He received a lock-on tone and did not hesitate.  He was not sure about the protocols as they related to firing on a Volmyrian vessel; after all they technically were still at war, albeit a truce, but this was an un-claimed system.  Both sides explored it and in the past, the Braemar had kept a safe distance from other Volmyrian craft and they had done likewise.  Whatever the Scout ship and its pilot (the ship was too small for practical use by more than one person) had done or seen had obviously necessitated pursuit and this meant that they were unconcerned about peacetime conventions as well.
Linus pressed the firing trigger and loosed all four missiles.  The projectiles surged forward and their internal computers selected the two targets, and altered their courses and accelerated accordingly.  He knew that the two enemy craft would be quite surprised to suddenly see four missiles appear seemingly from nowhere along with seeing the Mako craft that launched them materialize in the distance.
The two enemy fighters could choose to continue their torpedo runs, knowing they would be destroyed after launching their weapons, or they could attempt evasion.  Linus smiled as his computers indicated that the missiles would strike before they could release the warheads.  The Volmyrian pilots would know this as well and he hoped their pride would not stop them from attempting escape.
Linus was relieved as the Volmyrian pilots chose the better part of valor and attempted to use their Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) as a prelude to escape.  However the IFF missiles were rarely fooled as these models were also programmed with image recognition. Upon launch from the Mako, the missiles had quickly “snapped” a picture of the enemy fighters and so even if the ECM worked, they would bore in on the visual target they still presented with cold, brutal efficiency.
Linus hoped that the missiles would strike the two craft, but only damage them enough that they would be forced to run, giving Nilz and Campbell the opportunity to capture them.  He was not eager to see the pilots killed even though they would have no such qualms were the situation reversed.
Linus’ radio crackled to life.  It was not coming from the Braemar, from the approaching Peregrine fighters, nor the enemy; it was coming from the scout ship.  The voice as it spoke sounded somewhat harried, yet calm and confident at the same time.
“This is Darvin Jones, Captain of the Cyrano, calling out to the approaching Earth fighters.  I am under attack by Volmyrian fighters and am being pursued by a battleship which remains on station beyond the rift.  My craft is damaged and I am requesting aid, please.”
Linus smiled at the rather belated call for help, but also at the recognition of the Captain’s name.  Darvin Jones was rather an infamous character.  He and his ship, the Cyrano, had become the stuff of legend.  The man himself was known to be charismatic, always smiling and friendly.  Yet he was also renowned somewhat as something of a scoundrel.  He was infamous for engaging in smuggling activities and often dealing with shady individuals on both sides of the conflict in order to acquire the rather eclectic goods he sold.  Much of what he did was not a crime, but still skirted along the edges of legal and illegal activities.
He was shaken from his ruminations by the buzzing noise from his console.  His missiles had struck true, all four of them and he saw that both Grilga fighters were destroyed.  The shock of what he had done hit him like a sledgehammer.  He had just been responsible for taking two lives.  He knew the life his family and fellow crewmates led was dangerous and he had seen ships blow up and a few lives lost before; however this was the first time he had taken them.
Wiping tears from his eyes, he opened communications with Nilz.  “Nails, its “Banshee” (his chosen Call sign).  He paused for a moment.  “Both bogies destroyed, the Cyrano is requesting safe escort back to the Braemar for repairs.”  He cut off the radio and programmed the auto-pilot for return to home.  He then closed his eyes and laid back, deep in thought.

About the Author

R. D. Trimble is the author of The Andrew Chronicles which feature his children Andrew and Tyler. He also has authored over a dozen other novels and illustrated books for children and young adults. As the father of an Autistic child, he pledges to donate 50% of all net profits from his books to causes which research and seek treatment for Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders. This particular novel however pledges 50% of its net profits to stopcaidnow.org, an organization which seeks to provide assistance to all suffering from Childhood rare AutoInflammatory Diseases (CAID). He resides in San Diego, California with his wife Nickcole and sons Andrew and Tyler.

Find the book on Amazon: https://amzn.com/B01BX6IWF4

Connect with Rusty on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheAndrewchronicles/

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