The rewrite of "The Trek to Elysium Chronicles: Volume 3: End Game" is progressing slowly. I picked up a lot of insight from my beta readers while I wrote "The Rixey Files" and am anxious to put it to good use. For my friends who have been reading it was I was writing it, the story stays the same, only it will be better. Still waiting to hear about "The Rixey Files." I suspect it will be a while on that.
I am currently engaged in a massive rewrite of the final book in my Trek to Elysium Chronicles Series, End Game. The story will stay the same, just be better. It's been a while since I worked on it, but one thing that won't change is my beginning each chapter with a quote. Here the quote for Chapter 1: “A man who procrastinates in his choosing will inevitably have his choice made for him by circumstance.” Hunter S. Thompson.
Go to my Facebook author page, like it and ask and I will send you a copy of the first three chapters from my new Detective story.
"In the best works of fiction, there's no mustache-twirling villain. I try to write shows where even the bad guy's got his reasons. Lin-Manuel Miranda .
This is exactly what I do when I write. While my bad guys are evil, they do have their reasons for being evil. Most of my readers will agree that world domination or protecting a war criminal is not a good reason, but it is a reason none the less
For my fans who want to get an early glimpse of my first attempt in the Detective/Thriller Genre, from now until April 15, I will send anyone who wishes the first three chapters of "The Rixey Files: The Quest for Caesar's Medallion free!. I can send it through FB or if you want it via email, message me. It will be in pdf form. All I ask is you read it and send me some feedback on it and like my author page. I am not too demanding, am I?
Just finished my initial detective story. I expect it to be published in three to six months. I am sure fans of the Detect genre will quickly take a liking to the not so conventional detective Miller Rixey.
Author Hugh Williams
My writing is influenced by the movies of George Romero, the Resident Evil series, and zombie fiction by Bobby Adair, T.W. Piperbrook, and J.L. Bourne.