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Start: Dustin Clark, otherwise known as “OddThings” over at The Book of THoTH, a blogger who focuses on the ancient historical context of UFOs and on other Fortean subjects, has given Red Moon a glowing review.

Just glowing.

Did I mention it was glowing?

Here’s what he did find wrong with it:

My only complaint is that when it was over I was actually wishing there was more. Not because the ending was bad, but because I wanted to know exactly what happened next to each character.

He later invites readers to enjoy the book … and then insists that they ride me to get the sequel written.

Read the rest here.

Thank you Dustin. And all the best to you, to wherever your road takes you.

 

For more information on the David S. Michaels and Daniel Brenton novel Red Moon, visit their site www.Luna15.com.

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Start: Fellow Red Moon author David S. Michaels and I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Benjamin Grundy of Mysterious Universe yesterday evening, and only hours later — boom! — the podcast interview is available here.

Benjamin leads us through a broad spectrum of subjects — NASA secrecy, the question as to why there is this sudden deep interest in the Moon by the major powers of the world, what the Moon has to offer, the future of space flight, and, of course, Red Moon. On the premium version of the podcast, he also explores with us the subject of UFOs, and sightings of them by astronauts and cosmonauts.

Mysterious UniverseThe Mysterious Universe podcasts are professional efforts with excellent audio quality and an eye to keeping content fresh and compelling. I highly recommend them.

 

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For more information on the David S. Michaels and Daniel Brenton novel Red Moon, visit their site www.Luna15.com.