Monday, August 27, 2012

The Impenetrable Spy: Future Dreamer Releases!

The day's finally here. After writing and editing for a little over a year, The Impenetrable Spy: Future Dreamer has released to Kindle, Nook, Smashwords, and within a few hours, it will be available in paperback from CreateSpace.

In the return of the Impenetrable Spy, special agent Zack Carter's oldest friend has been murdered and the crime has been pinned on Zack: his prints are on the gun and now he's on the run. With agents on his tail and danger ahead, Zack races from Nigeria to Chicago to Langley itself in a search for the truth. And the deeper he goes, the more he realizes he's been caught in a conspiracy of apocalyptic proportion. Now he must clear his name and stop the true killer before time runs out ... and the world goes up in flames. 

   
"Like Spencer’s first book, Future Dreamer is a short, fast-paced thriller full of Bond-style plot twists, megalomaniacal villains bent on destruction and domination, and bloody action that will remind you of video games."-John Rykken. 

"This book shows continued maturity and development of both the author and his main character.  As long as Spencer Brokaw keeps writing, I will keep reading his books!"-Ken Moore.

There are many people I’d like to thank for helping me during the process of writing, editing, and publishing this book.

I’d like to thank my dad for editing this book, and devoting a lot of his time to ensure that I got it the way I wanted.

Thanks to Chris Colter, Ken Moore, and John Rykken. I’d like to thank John for helping me create a wonderful product description, and all of them for reading my book before its release. They pointed out things that helped tremendously.

Thanks to the Book Guys for hosting me on their podcast. Find it on iTunes!

Another thanks to my 5th grade teacher Mrs. Elliott for getting me in two local newspapers, letting me talk to her class about writing, and providing me with plenty of encouragement.

A very special thanks to Suzanne Fyhrie Parrott for taking me under her wing, helping me get the word out on my first book, inspiring me to start a blog and inviting me to be a part of hers, interviewing me for a podcast, designing multiple concept covers for this book, before finally narrowing it down to the great cover you see now, doing a wonderful formatting job, and providing me with encouragement and inspiration!

Finally, I’d like to thank my family members and friends, who continue to support me on my writing journey. 

6 comments:

  1. Going to grab my Kindle copy now and will tweet the heck out of it! Congrats, young squire...doesn't it feel GREAT?

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  2. Congratulations, Spencer! I just snatched a copy for my Kindle Fire.

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  3. Thanks so much Rob! It does feel great, I've been working on this thing for so long and it's finally out there.

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  4. Thanks Rob! You'll have to let me know how you like it.

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  5. Can't wait to read this one and put it on my shelf for my students.

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  6. Thanks so much Sandra, that'd be amazing!

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