Book Bomb: Veteran’s Edition

Veteran’s Day, and two veterans have written novels that debut today:
The Galileo Syndrome by Stephen J Simmons (veteran submariner, USN) is a tale of multiple universes, and a boy who can travel between them.

Jaxson: Island Warriors book 1 is a romantic tale of a veteran who finds a woman, and then must fight for her, and to protect her. Written by a marine, it is published under the pseudonymous Kris Keldaran.

Thanks, Cedar, for the “book bomb” blog in support of our veterans!

Cedar Writes

I was delighted to discover that of all my friends who served, and also write, two veterans had debut novels come out today. I’m fairly sure they both intended that, and even though I haven’t had a chance to read either book yet, on the basis of knowing both of the men who wrote the books, I can say they are worth buying. If for nothing else than to support veterans making a new life in a civilian world. This isn’t along the same lines as admiring a kindergartner’s drawing, both men are solid writers whom I trust to deliver a good book, or I wouldn’t be promoting them on my blog. Tough love, guys, but I know you’re up to it.

Two very different books.

The Galileo Syndrome by Stephen J Simmons (veteran submariner, USN) is a tale of multiple universes, and a boy who can travel between them.

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novelist, reviewer, editor, book critic for Liberty Island and Perihelion Science Fiction; native prairie/guerilla gardener; champion of liberty, indie authors & underdogs; one of the top two reviewers in Editors &Preditors Poll 2015; Amazon Vine, NetGalley Top Reviewer
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