Tuesday, April 22, 2014
J.W. Rawles' next novel due out in October of 2014. It's entitled Liberators
The next novel in the Rawles series takes place primarily in Canada. It's due out in late December, 2014. I've enjoyed all of his books, but the latest works have been much more professionally written than his earlier efforts. He must realize that himself, since he went back and revised the first book.
You can learn a lot from these books, and still have a thoroughly enjoyable time reading them. I look forward to getting a copy.
For those of you who wonder if the reclusive J.W. Rawles really exists, I know only one individual who has ever seen him and talked to him in person. Can't say who it was because he doesn't want his name bandied about, but I believe him when he says he did meet the Invisible Man. I hope some day he will write about it because it's a very interesting tale.
Incidentally, a sequel to "How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It is coming out mid December. I've read the first book several times, and I bought copies and mailed them to all my siblings and my nephews and nieces (thereby confirming some of the younger set in their opinion that the Unabomber is alive and well, and living in North Georgia.)
I have absolutely no doubt I'll wind up buying a bunch of these and mailing them to the same family members. Especially since my nephews and nieces are all married now and have children of their own, they need to make at least rudimentary preparations. After this latest Yellowstone scare we got our kids squared away, at least in terms of equipment, supplies and a plan of action. It's an ongoing thing with my kids, they tend to let their supplies run down, but at least they are players. Some of the younger adults in our clan snigger behind their hands at their dads and uncles, but we keep working on them. I'll make sure they get their copies of this book as well.