Tomorrow R.J. Huneke Talks Spies, Espionage & Political Thrillers On Russ's Rockin' Rollercoaster 8pm EST Live
Tomorrow R.J. Huneke Talks Spies, Espionage & Political Thrillers On Russ's Rockin' Rollercoaster @ 8pm EST Live with host Russ Colchamiro and writers David Mack & James McCrone.
We will span the genres of spy-dom!
Register for free and tune in live for Russ’s Rockin' Rollercoaster video podcast at 8 pm EST, February 3, 2021, where I will speak to fellow writers about the intrinsic ways espionage, political thrillers, and yes, cyberwar, can coalesce into fictitious works that are read and watched on-screen.
This is an hour you do not want to miss!
Examining the most compelling elements that make up espionage and political thrillers across the genres, we will hit on the sheer dramatic tension of it all, the action-set pieces and even science fiction that is spawned from all of this, like my book Cyberwar and many of David, James, and Russ’s works.
And there will be a live Q&A to keep us on our toes!
This is going to be a lot of fun, folks.
Wednesday, Feb 3, 2021
8 pm EST
DAVID MACK is the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of thirty-six novels of science fiction, fantasy, and adventure, including the Star Trek Destiny and Cold Equations trilogies. His writing credits span several media, including television (for episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), short fiction, and comic books. Mack presently works as a consultant on two animated Star Trek television series—Lower Decks, produced by Mike McMahan, and an as-yet-untitled series being produced for Nickelodeon by Dan and Kevin Hageman. Mack resides in New York City.
JAMES MCCRONE is the author of the Imogen Trager novels—Faithless Elector, Dark Network, and the new Emergency Powers—“taut” and “gripping” political thrillers about a stolen presidency. McCrone’s dynamic mix of political intrigue, ripped-from-the-headlines urgency and high-stakes personal drama offers a finely honed portrait of a nation on edge. His work also recently appeared in the 2020 short-story anthology Low Down Dirty Vote, vol. 2.
He’s a member of Mystery Writers of America, Int’l Assoc. of Crime Writers, Int’l Thriller Writers, Philadelphia Dramatists Center and the Sisters in Crime network. James has an MFA from the University of Washington. A Pacific Northwest native, he lives in South Philadelphia with his wife and three children.
You can learn more at http://jamesmccrone.com/
RUSS COLCHAMIRO is the author of the rollicking time travel/space adventure, Crossline, the SF/F backpacking comedy series Finders Keepers: The Definitive Edition, Genius de Milo, and Astropalooza, editor of the SF mystery anthology Love, Murder & Mayhem, and co-author of the noir anthology Murder in Montague Falls, all with Crazy 8 Press. Russ has also contributed to more than a dozen other anthologies.
His latest novel, Crackle and Fire, the first in a new scifi mystery series featuring his intergalactic private eye, Angela Hardwicke. He is currently writing the second book in the series. Russ is also a member of the Mystery Writers of America.
Russ lives in New Jersey with his wife, and two ninjas.
For more on and Russ’s books, you can visit www.russcolchamiro.com, follow him on Facebook, and on Twitter and Instagram @AuthorDudeRuss.
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******As an aside, I wanted to speak to my Eager Readers on my upcoming announcements, musings, writings, and the like.
I have another podcast appearance coming up in the next month or so, more on that soon, and as I am finishing a very special stand-alone (as I see it now, at least) novel that I think will be mind-blowing, times are exciting!
That is not the sequel to Cyberwar.
And the working title of the novel is too much fun to spoil the surprise right now.
But it will be a cross-genre work of fiction like nothing I have ever done, or imagined and I am immensely proud of it, as I have been working on it for about as long as my daughter has been alive.
And the two mean the world to me.
Back to Cyberwar: I have promised you a sequel and it is written and over 100,000 words currently (4-500 pages), but it still needs further editing to make it viable.
And what is more, the technology and the world I foresaw in Cyberwar as being six months, or six years, or 60 years away, is far closer to the months mark than I would have ever imagined.
I have some really interesting tech that is based on hard science and little pieces of the tech have popped up in the news over the past few years and it makes for a wild ride in our reality and in the book’s world.
As I close the final pages of the new novel I am writing, I will work to finish honing down the next book in the Cyberwar Series and really hope to then get this thing finally into the wild in the next year or two at the latest.
The graphic novel prequel to Cyberwar, Spy Woman Spy, was delayed by Covid, but will be seeing the light of day in the coming months as well.
And lastly, my project for fiction reviews and fine press reviews, The Forgotten Fiction is up and running with the bulls; if you have not checked it out, please check out the new and classic reviews and enjoy here, folks: https://theforgottenfiction.com/.
Be safe and take care of one another,
I have turned the tide and started on my journey. Words and Worlds hang in the balance and I am writing it all down before the RJ Tower! Read about my newest novel on CyberwarSeries.com