Done. I’m finally finished writing Blown Circuit, the sequel to Lethal Circuit. Firstly, I’d like to thank all you readers out there who made Lethal Circuit such a success. Without you guys I would never have made it through writing the second book in the Michael Chase series. Your encouragement was invaluable. I guess what I’m saying is, the journey from idea to completion is a long road and a little feedback along the way really helps.
I’m not one of these guys whose fingers bleed caramel-coated genius. I need to work at it, and well, writing a book is like a relationship — the first part is all discovery and excitement, then somewhere along the line it requires effort. And then it turns into really hard work — relatively speaking of course, I’m not trying to make out that writing is like coal mining or roofing or something. You get to to sit inside, you’re warm, you can drink coffee, but it does take awhile. The good part is, that like any kind of work, once you’re done, you may be exhausted, but at least you have something that you can be proud of.
So now that it’s done, I’m going to take a long nap. But before I do that, here’s the story. Blown Circuit picks up where Lethal Circuit left off. Michael Chase has survived China. But now he has bigger problems. A pair of coordinates broadcast on an obscure frequency have brought him to Istanbul, Turkey where credible chatter has emerged that a terrorist group plans to use a devastating device to hold the world hostage.
Designed by Nikola Tesla, arguably the greatest inventor of the Twentieth Century, the device is experimental, it’s capable, and its been missing for almost sixty years.
That’s the set up. The fun begins when things start to go wrong. And they start to go wrong right away. Blown Circuit starts with a bang. Literally. So check it out. If you were fan of Lethal Circuit, I guarantee you’ll like Michael Chase’s next adventure.
I spent six weeks in Turkey getting the atmosphere just right. It’s a cool country, steeped in history, and just the right kind of place to set a fast-paced, action-packed spy thriller. Trust me, there is some awesome stuff in that country. But don’t take my word for it, grab Blown Circuit at Amazon and check it out for yourself. If you like it, please post a review on Amazon. I’m dying to know what you think.