Today, an author friend of mine releases his brand new novel, For Steam and Country.
I was honored to have the opportunity to interview Jon via Google Hangouts last month.
His new novel can be found here in both eBook format and paperback.
Her father’s been pronounced dead. Destructive earthquakes ravage the countryside. An invading army looms over the horizon. And Zaira’s day is just getting started…
Abandoned at an early age, Zaira von Monocle found life as the daughter of a great adventurer to be filled with hard work and difficulty. She quickly learned to rely on only herself. But when a messenger brought news that her father was dead and that she was the heir to his airship, her world turned upside down.
Zaira soon finds herself trapped in the midst of a war between her home country of Rislandia and the cruel Wyranth Empire, whose soldiers are acting peculiarly—almost inhuman. With the enemy army advancing, her newfound ship’s crew may be the only ones who can save the kingdom.
For Steam and Country is the first book in the Adventures of Baron Von Monocle series by top-10 Amazon best selling space opera author, Jon Del Arroz.
Jon has done his equal part in fighting the SJW narratives that have plagued the publishing world for quite some time. He’s a pearl in a sea of rocks covered in mold and seaweed. This is also his first venture in writing a novel from a female perspective. A task that I have yet to try and greatly admire. Anyone who has tried writing the opposite sex and attempts to do so accurately knows that it’s no easy task. He also has done a great deal to expose how publishers and agents are constantly seeking to eliminate white male voices in the industry by actively refusing to publish white males in favor of poc and women merely because muh racism and muh sexism.
So throw some support his way!
If you find yourself in need of something new to read, please support authors who do their best to fight back against the radical leftists who dominate the writing world. Purchase his book, and PLEASE leave a review. Reviews help authors to get more book sales. So PLEASE leave one when you’re finished.
Now… back to working on my own trilogy that I’ve worked on for three years and seems to have absolutely no end in sight. I must set new deadlines for myself. And… you know… actually meet them.