INTEGRATION

If you liked ‘INTERVENTION – The Pandora Virus’, and if you’d like to know what Ayden and Tess face next, good news. The sequel, ‘INTEGRATION – Hacking Humanity’ isn’t far off.

Although it follows directly on from the first novel, ’INTEGRATION – Hacking Humanity’ is going in quite a different direction. Whereas ‘INTERVENTION – The Pandora Virus’ was primarily concerned with biotechnology, the sequel contemplates the human race’s continued integration with information technology.

‘INTEGRATION – Hacking Humanity’ is currently in the editorial phase. Right now it is undergoing a professional editorial assessment by the wonderful Bella Vendramini, at manuscriptassessment.wordpress.com.

Stay tuned.

Comments

  1. I was just thinking about your fabulous book, INTERVENTION, and wondering if the sequel ever came out. What happened??? I’d love to read it and I’m sure many others would, too!

    • Hi Candace,
      Thank you for going out of your way to express interest. I foolishly allowed real life to distract me (the usual mortgages and school fees etc) but the good news is, I’ve finally completed a major rewrite. I’m doing a – hopefully final – edit now while hunting for an agent/publisher (Intervention was self published but I’m pretty inept at the whole promotion game). Anyway, I’m really excited about ‘Integration – Hacking Humanity’ and it’s receiving very positive feedback from my beta readers so I’ll get it out there as soon as I can. Thanks again for the encouragement. I’ll let you know as soon as it’s available.
      All the best,
      Walter

      • I must say, as good as INTERVENTION is, you should not have a problem locating an agent and publisher for INTEGRATION (and perhaps a special promotion and release of both!) It is a huge problem for authors to promote their own work because I imagine most of us are introverts (Hi! Buy my book, maybe? LOL) I wish you all best because your writing and subject matter are exceptional. Your work reminds me of Michael Chrichton, so maybe finding whomever represented him would be a good first step? Obviously, they’d know the value of your work. Looking forward to the next book!

  2. Actually, the first (of many, many) agent submission letters I sent out for Intervention (years ago now) was to MC’s agent. I very much doubt the letter got past his secretary, and I certainly didn’t have the opportunity to send him the manuscript. Well, you know the saying: a professional author is the amateur who didn’t give up. 🙂

  3. Good news – I am waiting as patiently as I can. ::taps foot::

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