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THE KID SENSATION SERIES

     



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THE WARDEN SERIES


     


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BOXED SETS

The Kid Sensation Series Books 1-3
The Warden Series Books 1-3




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SENSATION
A Superhero Novel



Like millions of other kids, Jim grew up wanting to be a superhero.  Unlike most of his contemporaries, however, Jim actually had the goods: a plethora of superpowers that would have been the envy of any meta on the planet.  But when his tryout with the Alpha League - the world's premiere group of supers - goes disastrously wrong, Jim basically becomes an outcast.

Two years later, Jim is still bitter about what happened to him.  However, he soon finds himself the centerpiece in an odd turn of events that gives him a second chance at his dream.  But nothing is as easy as it sounds, as Jim soon discovers.  Among other things, he's made an enemy of a prospective super teammate, he's being stalked by an unknown pursuer, and a shadowy cabal bent on world domination has identified him as the only obstacle to their plans.

It's a lot for one super to handle, even with a smorgasbord of abilities.  But if saving the world was easy, everyone would do it...


*FYI:  I'm fortunate in that Sensation did well practically out of the gate and eventually ranked #1 in several of its categories, eg:



Sensation is available at Amazon.comBarnes&NobleKobo, iTunesSmashwords (for Sony, et al.), DriveThruFiction, XinXii, Ingram and Baker & Taylor.

Sensation is also available as an audiobook.




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WARDEN
Book 1:  Wendigo Fever




Part lawman, part tracker and part magician, the Wardens are monster-hunters - tasked with protecting ordinary people from the various, nightmarish creatures that have invaded the world of men.  However, despite being descended from a long line of Wardens, 16-year-old Errol Magnus believes it to be the absolute worst job on the planet:  How could a single occupation simultaneously be the most boring, abominably stupid and extraordinarily dangerous profession imaginable?

But when his older brother Tom - the current Warden for their region - goes missing, Errol has no choice but to enter the Badlands (where monsters abide in mind-boggling numbers) to find him.  During his search, Errol crosses paths with - and finds himself hunted by - the legendary Wendigo, a monster with preternatural strength and speed, as well as enhanced sight, smell and hearing...and an insatiable hunger for human flesh.

Now Errol must do the impossible and not only escape from the monster (something no one has ever done before), but also avoid the unearthly legacy it leaves on all its victims: a terrifying curse known as Wendigo Fever.


*FYIWarden tends to pop in and out of the Top 100 in its categories daily (but has done well overall), as evidenced by the following:


      Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,756 Paid Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid Kindle Store)
      #71 in Books > Children's Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Spine-Chilling Horror



Warden is available at Amazon.comBarnes&NobleKobo, iTunesSmashwords (for Sony, et al.)DriveThruFiction, and XinXii.



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A Kid Sensation Novel



Kid Sensation is back! The intrepid teen super with the plethora of powers returns in a new adventure.  

Having saved the planet and earned a place with the world's premiere superhero team, Jim (aka Kid Sensation) is preparing to attend the prestigious Academy, where teen supers from every corner of the globe learn to master their abilities. At the same time, however, he is approached by a mysterious government organization that wants Jim to work for them - and they won't take "No" for an answer.  

Moreover, at the Academy itself, an insidious and highly contagious virus is running amok through the student population, striking at the heart of their abilities. Students are losing control of their powers, with lethal consequences...  

Now, in addition to evading the machinations of government agents, Jim must solve the mystery behind the virus - and how to stop it - before every super everywhere becomes fatally infected.  


*FYI: Mutation is doing well for only it's 5th day of release. My thanks to everyone for your support!


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,244 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
#12 in Books > Comics & Graphic Novels > Graphic Novels > Superheroes



Mutation is available at Amazon.comBarnes&NobleKobo, iTunesSmashwords (for Sony, et al.), DriveThruFictionXinXiiIngram and Baker & Taylor.



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A Kid Sensation Story





Everyone needs help occasionally - even supers with amazing powers - and Jim (aka Kid Sensation) is no exception. Having previously received aid from a young psychic named Rudi, Jim feels obligated to return to the favor and rescue her from the federal facility where she’s being held.

But breaking into a top-secret, heavily-fortified government installation is never walk in the park, especially when said installation has top-of-the-line security systems, trigger-happy guards, and its own team of formidable supers. It will take a bold and audacious plan to get Jim - and the friends who volunteer to help him - inside.

Unfortunately, breaking in is only half the problem (and the easy half, at that); they also have to break back out…


*FYI:  Extraction is thankfully doing well during it's first week of release (which I hope means that readers are enjoying it):

     Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,360 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)



Now available at Amazon.comBarnes&NobleKobo, iTunesSmashwords (for Sony, et al.)DriveThruFictionXinXiiIngram and Baker & Taylor.



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Part lawman, part tracker and part magician, the Wardens are monster-hunters - tasked with protecting the people from the various, nightmarish creatures that have invaded the world of men.

Despite his personal dislike for the job, Errol Magnus has faithfully carried out the daunting (and singularly dangerous) duties of Warden for their region in place of his missing brother Tom. Truth be told, despite his reluctance in accepting the role, there is no one better suited for it in terms of knowledge, training and skill.

Arriving home after an extended sojourn in the Badlands, where monsters are as common as blades of grass, Errol longs for just a single day to pass that doesn’t require him to put his life in danger. His desire for a respite, however, is complicated by two things: the arrival of a mysterious troupe of performers - and the appearance of a bloodthirsty creature that kills its victims in a horribly gruesome fashion.

Now Errol must determine what connection - if any - exists between the troupe and the killings, as well as find a way to stop the monster before the body count goes any higher.



Warden (Book 2) is available at Amazon.comBarnes&NobleKobo, iTunesSmashwords (for Sony, et al.), DriveThruFiction and XinXii.





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A Kid Sensation Novel



Having a surfeit of super powers is great for battling bad guys and saving the world, as Jim (aka Kid Sensation) is finding out, but less useful in dealing with day-to-day situations - like bonding with his superhero father, adjusting to a team environment, and coping with what might be perceived as a growing rivalry between himself and another teen super. On top of all that, despite having a serious girlfriend, he finds himself inexplicably drawn to a new female super he's just met.

At the same time, some villain has just gotten himself a new toy: an unknown weapon of tremendous power that is able to strike without warning, causing unprecedented destruction and loss of life. Perhaps more terrifying, the wielders of this weapon make no demands and issue no threats; they simply attack. Even the Alpha League, the world's greatest superhero team, is not immune, suffering an assault on their very own doorsteps.

It quickly becomes clear that the only way to stop this new evil is from within. With his unique abilities, Jim is the only person capable of infiltrating the enemy's ranks. It's up to him to figure out who is behind these attacks, what they want, and find a way to stop them - and their secret weapon - before they bring the world to its knees.

Infiltration is available at Amazon.comBarnes&NobleKobo, iTunes, and Smashwords (for Sony, et al.).





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Get the first three books in the Kid Sensation Series - regularly priced at $12.97 - for only $7.99!

Additional books in the Kid Sensation Series include the short story Extraction and the upcoming fourth novel in the series, Revelation.

The Kid Sensation Series (Books 1 - 3) is available at Amazon.comBarnes&NobleKoboiTunes, and Smashwords.




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WARDEN (BOOK 3: ATTACK OF THE ASWANG)





Part lawman, part tracker and part magician, the Wardens are monster-hunters - tasked with protecting the people from the various, nightmarish creatures that have invaded the world of men.

For most of his life, 16-year-old Errol Magnus categorically rejected the idea of being a Warden. Growing up right next to the Badlands, he encountered enough bloodthirsty monsters in the ordinary course of events; he’d never seen much sense in assuming a post that required you to actively seek them out. 

Recently, however, while competently and capably serving as Warden on behalf of his missing brother Tom, Errol’s had a change of heart. Now, for reasons of his own, he desperately wants the position. Unfortunately, being officially appointed Warden not only requires that Errol’s skills be tested by his peers, but that he also make a perilous journey to the city of Apolos in order to be examined by the High Warden himself. 

Traveling with a group of colleagues, Errol thinks all danger is behind them once they reach the safety of the city. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Something has followed them out of the Badlands, and - one by one - his traveling companions are being viciously slain by something…inhuman. It’s up to Errol to find the creature and bring its killing spree to a halt, before he himself winds up the next victim.

Warden (Book 3) is available at Amazon.comBarnes&NobleKobo, and iTunes.



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Fringe Worlds #1



Master Sergeant Gant Maker was a highly-decorated and well-respected Marine - until his last mission left him as the sole survivor of an encounter with a vicious race called the Vacra. Served up as a scapegoat and drummed out of the military, he has since lived a life of seclusion with only an adopted alien as a companion. 

Now the Vacra have returned. As the only person to have ever faced them and survived, Maker is reinstated in the Corps and given the onerous task of finding this enemy on a world located at the edge of known space. Assisting him is an unlikely band of military rejects, including a blind sharpshooter, an unstable psychic, and a genetically-engineered killing machine who refuses to fight. 

Given that the Vacra have superior weapons and technology, Maker recognizes that his team is at a distinct disadvantage. But Marines are nothing if not resourceful, and Maker has an audacious plan that just may level the playing field – if it doesn’t get them all killed.




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A Kid Sensation Novel




The pressure of being a super – especially a teen super – can get to anyone, as Jim (aka Kid Sensation) has witnessed firsthand. Now he wonders if he himself might be succumbing to the strain in some way, as he can’t shake the feeling that he is now being watched by some new stalker. Moreover, despite his wide slate of powers, he hasn’t been able to discover to a single clue to substantiate the existence of this potential new enemy, making him wonder if it’s all in his head.


Looking forward to a few days of R&R and hanging out with his friends, Jim’s downtime is interrupted by the unsettling news that Alpha Prime, the world’s greatest superhero (and Jim’s father), is missing. As if that wasn’t bad enough, Jim finds his world rocked by an even more ominous revelation: his deranged half-brother, Paramount, has escaped from confinement in a maximum security installation. 

In the course of investigating these events and trying to ascertain what connection, if any, there is between them, Jim becomes privy to information concerning a potent alien device capable of laying waste to the entire planet. But he’s not the only one - an enigmatic villain wants the alien technology for his own purposes, and it’s up to Jim to find a way to stop him before the world pays the ultimate price.


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A Kid Sensation Novel


As the grandson of the alien princess Indigo, Jim (aka Kid Sensation) has always known that, technically, he’s royalty. That said, he’d be the first to admit that he’s never lived any kind of regal lifestyle – no titles, no castles, no crown jewels… However, the arrival of a courier from his grandmother’s homeworld changes all of that in an instant. 

By royal edict, Jim is summoned “home” to the distant planet Caeles in order to claim an alien inheritance. Unfortunately, this is no warm and cuddly family reunion. Caeles is a hotbed of political intrigue, and Jim’s arrival has widespread ramifications. Not only are several factions attempting to utilize his very existence as leverage to advance their own agendas, but Jim himself is required to submit to an archaic trial known as a prexetus. Moreover, while some are content with simply trying to use him, it quickly becomes apparent that at least one shadowy individual just wants Jim out of the way – quickly, completely, and permanently. 

Light years from Earth, with little family and fewer friends, Jim faces the daunting task of finding an enemy whose ultimate purpose is unknown and whose methods are extreme. Complicating matters even further is the fact that Jim’s much-heralded super powers are glitching, making him incredibly vulnerable for perhaps the first time in his life.




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225 comments:

  1. Just read Sensation and Mutation back to back and about to start Warden. Great Job, man. Very entertaining books. You can count me as a fan.

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    1. Thank you very much for the compliments; it's always great to hear things like that from someone who isn't my mother. Hopefully you will find future entries in the series just as entertaining.

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    2. is there going to be another book after mutacion__

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    3. Absolutely! There are at least two more books planned in the series, and possibly more if - at that point - it doesn't feel like Kid Sensation has overstayed his welcome in the minds of readers.

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    1. Thanks! I'm glad you are enjoying the series and hopefully future installments will be just as entertaining.

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  3. I think kid sensation is great; however, he seems a bit too powerful. All the greats have a fatal flaw. Superman has his kryptonite :) I think he needs a weakness

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    1. Thanks, it's always a pleasure to hear that readers like my work. Your comment about his powers is something that I’ve heard before. In my defense, all I can say is that I simply wrote the character the way I saw him in my head.

      With respect to a weakness, it’s something that I’d have to give careful thought to. Basically, I’m afraid that if I introduced something like that, it would become a gimmick that I’d be tempted to rely on over and over again as a plot device, like a detective who always loses his gun so that he has to fight the criminal mano a mano.

      Still, I won't go so far as to completely rule it out. It's a big universe, after all, and anything can happen.

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  4. Love the Kid sereis. Everyone might say he is to powerful but really he is just very mobile. He can go where he wants and so far he has no destructive power. If he wasn't squeamish about reading deeper into others minds he'd be even more powerful. I think your on the right track.

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    1. Thanks, I'm glad you like the series and I appreciate the encouragement and support. You've alluded to some of the key attributes of the character in that much of what he can do can easily be stamped as either defensive tactics OR offensive capabilities. (For instance, teleportation can allow you to retreat or give you the element of surprise.) I like to think that the versatility of his power set is part of his appeal. Regardless, I'm glad the series is resonating with readers, and hopefully that will be the case with any future releases.

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  5. I love the Kid Sensation series and I hope to start the Warden series soon. I look forward to more Sensation adventures! Thanks!

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  6. KC,

    Thank you very much for your kind words! The manuscript for the third book (which I was planning to blog about soon) has actually been delivered to my editor, and my artist is hard at work on the cover. With any luck, the official release will be soon.

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  7. I'm really looking forward to the next book! Why cant author's write faster than I read! jk lol

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    1. LOL! If I ever become successful enough at this to make it a full-time gig, I promise to write books faster!

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    2. The way u write u will get there in no time!

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    4. Thanks - very nice of you to say. (Let's just pray that it's a prediction that comes true!)

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  8. great new book when is the next coming out?XD and when do you put a twist in the relatiocip of kid and electra

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  9. I love your enthusiasm for the series, but I feel honor-bound to finish the next Warden book first. Keep your fingers crossed that I can finish it and then move on to the next Kid Sensation book relatively quickly.

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  10. Just finished Infiltration. But I still need MORE!!!!

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  11. Is there going to be another Warden book?

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  12. I really like how it doesn't take u a full year to put out new material like some authors. Keep doin what ur doin

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  13. #1 Cubs Fan and DiBs,

    Thanks for the compliment; I'll try to keep up the pace! :>)

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  14. just finish reading infiltration when can we expect the next book?

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    1. Joao,

      I love your enthusiasm for the series! I've already started on the next book, but I'm currently trying to wrap up the the third book in my Warden series. After that, the plan had always been to get the next Kid Sensation book out. However, there's a sci-fi story I started on that's been gnawing at my brain lately. I'm probably going to have to scratch that itch a little (ie, write at least a bit more of it) before I turn to Kid Sensation or it will drive me crazy. In short, I don't have a definite timetable at the moment, but I will write/publish it as fast as I can.

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  15. Kevin,

    I have read all four of the Kid Sensation Books (several times) and really enjoy the story line and appreciate the time you have put into the series. I do not think you need to give Jim a fatal flaw. You have given him a great power set but there are powers that he does not have so he does have to be aware of his approach when confronting his opponent(s) and situations. You have also given him a conscious and awareness of his actions and consequences of what could happen, which could be a considered a flaw for someone in a lot of those situations. Great job. While I do know that you cannot keep a book series going forever I hope the Kid Sensation run will last for awhile. Great job.

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    1. Thanks! I find your comments very inspiring, and I appreciate how much readers like you enjoy my work. I plan to keep the series going for as long as fans seem interested, although - at the same time - I will probably try writing a few other things as well. Thanks again for your support.

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  16. Hey i just finished reading your Kid Sensation series. I just have to say I absolutely love it! I'm about to reread it, I can't wait for the next book. I love Jim as a main character he seems so realistic. Keep writing please your amazing!

    P.s. How come we don't hear about Jim's precog abilities anymore?

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    1. Halie,

      Thanks for the compliments; I'm glad you're enjoying the books. As to Jim's coeval cognizance, it's not consciously controlled. In other words, it's not an ability that he can utilize "on demand" - it happens when it happens. That said, I do anticipate those specific abilities being utilized in a future Kid Sensation novel.

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  17. I hope the 4th book of kid sensation comes quickly!I loved all the previous ones and hopefully you will even make 5th!

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    1. P.s. I would br really cool if he used his ability to make himself dense like the first book. Basically like a subsatute for super strength or invulnerability!

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    2. Jack,

      I'm glad you are enjoying the series; my aim at present is to keep it going as long as readers express an interest in it.

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  18. are their going to be more books in the kid sensation series and if yes how long until we get them. I loved them by the way.

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    1. Thanks, I'm glad you're enjoying the series. Yes, there will definitely be more Kid Sensation, and I've actually started on the next book. The problem is that there's another novel that's been scratching away at my brain, so I believe I have to get it out first (even though that's not the order I originally intended) just to be able to think straight. As to a timetable, I don't think there's a date I could circle on a calendar just yet. That said, I will continue writing as fast as I can!

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  19. Any progress on the next kid sensation book? Can't wait

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    1. Thanks, I appreciate your enthusiasm for the series. I've been working on the first book in another series that has taken far longer to write than I anticipated. However, that one is just about wrapped up, and I expect to immediately turn my full attention to the next Kid Sensation novel. I actually started writing it a while back and at this juncture I've got a lot of the story already worked out in my head, so it's just a matter of getting it all on paper.

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  20. I love your books! Kid sensation is amazing and the best superhero series I have ever read. Its refreshing to finally have a hero who hits are the right marks: My kids and I both love the characters. The hero is smart acts like a superhero would and he uses his powers the way a real person would (why open doors when you can phase through). Thank you so much for the amazing series and we look forward to more.

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    1. It's always a big plus as a writer when readers say they enjoy your work, so thanks. I'm glad that you and your family like the series, and please rest assured that more Kid Sensation is coming!

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  21. I am in the middle of reading the last book of the Kid Sensation series (that is currently out), and I was wondering if there is going to be a new book coming about soon. I looked and it said that the book was supposed to be published in March. But anyways I loved the series and just wanted to say keep up the good work! Really enjoying your books!

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    1. My apologies; I thought I actually replied to this comment earlier. Regardless, by now you probably know that the book's release is in the very near future, and I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for the compliments about my work, and again I apologize for the tardy response.

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  22. After reading the first kid sensation book I fell in love with this series. Question since his father is AP does that mean he will live on for thousand of years watching his friends and family die because that would be pretty depressing

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  23. I'm glad you're enjoying the series. As to Jim's lifespan - sadly, you'll have to keep reading to find out. :>)

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  24. when will book 5 of kid sensation be released

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    1. I'm hard at work on the second Fringe Worlds novel at the moment. If I can keep grinding and stay on track with the schedule I've set for myself, Kid Sensation #5 (working title "Coronation") should be released later this year.

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  25. Just read the all 4 Kid Sensation books in 2 days, and I loved every minute of it! I am can't wait to find out what Mouse's power set is. Thank you for writing such interesting stories and characters!

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    1. Thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed it. As to Mouse, the plan is still to feature him in a companion novel to the Kid Sensation series, and that book will give more insight into the character and his power set.

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  26. Thank you for the series . I also read it in 2 days and am eagerly awaiting book 5. The working title coronation., though is such a tease. Lol

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  27. LOL. I'm glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for your support.

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  28. Curse you Kevin Hardman. I always said I would never do drugs but I still got addicted to your books.

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  29. I sprinkle a little cocaine on the print copies and put some digital crack on the ebook versions, so I guess my plan is working. LOL.

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  30. Are here any more updates on the next Kid Sensation? Back in August you replied to someone and said sometime in 2015. It's already mid November and my credit card is burning a whole in my wallet just waiting to buy your book.

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    1. I'm still grinding and looking to get it published this year. I'll probably post an excerpt on the blog in the next week or so.

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  31. Howdy again Mr. Hardman. Any update on the book status?

    On another note, I was wondering if you could answer a question for me. What are the races of the main characters family in Kid Sensation? I know Jim's maternal grandfather is Black, his maternal Alien Grandmother was essentially White Elvish looking humanoid with "porcelain-like skin". I'm assuming his mother looks mixed race with skin slightly darker than Jim's. What race is Alpha Prime? I tried re-reading it but all I saw was Hollywood good looks unless I'm missing the line where his race/skin color are mentioned. I'm assuming he's Caucasian, which would explain Jim's lighter skin color than his mother. I only ask because I like to have good visual images of characters in my heads. Does Jim pass as tanned Caucasian or does he look mixed?

    To me, as good as Alan Rickman's moive Snape was, he was missing facial hair. Best casting of all time, where the character was brought to life....was J. K. Simmons as J Jonah Jameson. The man is the spitting image.

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  32. I'm still grinding away on the book and will probably post an excerpt soon. As to completion, that will be some time in December, but bearing in mind editing, cover art, etc., publication is likely to be in January.

    Jim is racially ambiguous, which is meant to imply that - in his natural state - he is difficult to classify racially. (Think Vin Diesel, The Rock, etc.)

    I liked Rickman as Snape; I thought he did a great job. Simmons was excellent as JJJ, but sometimes he felt a little manic.

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  33. I love Kid sensation but Warden is my favorite and i am dying to get my hands on the 4th book. All your books are great and cant wait to read the next ones.

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    1. Thanks for your kind words and generous praise, and there are definitely more Warden books in the works!

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  34. I love your books both the kid sensation and the warden series, and I have reread them at least 3 or 4 times as such I will now commence stalking you if you see someone standing outside your house yelling out write write you'll know it's me Lol. But seriously I love your writing keep doing what you're doing.

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  35. LOL! You'd only be acting as a stand-in for my wife, who is constantly yelling "Write! Write!" from the kitchen, the hallway, the attic... But thanks for the words of encouragement and your support. They are greatly appreciated.

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    1. LOL! "But Mr. Scrooge, it's Christmas Day. Can I have, perhaps...half a day off?"

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    2. "That's what wrongs with kids these days. They got no work ethic"- Arnold's Grandpa

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  38. Just found and completed the series for Kid Sensation. Starting Warden now. Looking forward to your continued works.

    I was hoping at the end of book 4, with what happened it would have triggered Jim to get his wish for super strength. He has only been waiting since book 1 for it. One can always hope.

    Keep up the good work.

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    1. Thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed the books. As to Jim's abilities, he will develop new powers, but I don't want to spoil things by saying too much.

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  39. Are the Nagrep aware of who/what Rune is and what Incarnate are? They claimed to be aware of essentially everything on Earth and could predict most things outside of completely random events like Alpha Prime Showing up and events involving Jim.
    Also, as Rune is a "physical embodiment of certain....powers", can he take on whatever appearances he desires. Since he's decided to live on Earth, did he simply choose to look Human?

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  40. Ahhh...Rune. Outside of Mouse (and Kid Sensation, of course), he's probably the character that I get the most queries about.

    As to the Nagrep being aware of his status as an Incarnate, that's a good question. Since I don't believe Rune's mentioned in KS#4, I'd posit that they timed their attack to occur when he wasn't on Earth.

    Believe it or not, Rune's actually a character I imagined well before even the first Kid Sensation novel. As such, he's always been destined (predestined, you might say) to have his own book, so much his story will be told then.

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    1. I like how you only answered part of my question. Arg. Why do you do this to me? Must have book about Rune.
      Another question. I believe it's mentioned that meta powers showed up at the same time Alpha Prime appeared from another dimension (I'm not just making that up right?) Anyway 2 things. First Metatron's hypothesis that there were people who arrived earlier. Why didn't super powers appear then (when the guy with the name which sounds like that other guy might have been sent over...you know). And where do Elves come from? Are there other humanoids on the planet? Are they extra dimensional too or from a pocket dimension or some connected realm? Etc etc.

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  41. LOL. I'm an ex-military guy, so I'm trained to give evasive answers. (Also, I'm trying to avoid giving too many spoilers, as I know some people absolutely hate that.) The working title of Rune's book is "The Inscrutable Rune" (yes, I've actually started it), but right now it's probably last in the queue with respect to order of completion.

    As to when meta powers showed up, I'd argue that Alpha Prime is discounting stories from the far past of people with unusual abilities (Hercules, Merlin, etc.) - quite likely because there's no confirmation that they're anything more than myths and legends. In short, he's probably - and somewhat arrogantly - assuming that supers didn't really appear until he and Megaton arrived because their existence wasn't documented and confirmed until the modern era.

    Regarding Elves, theories are still bouncing around as to their origin. (My wife has opined that they come from the North Pole...) That said, there are indeed other humanoids on the planet.

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    2. I also just realized I called Megaton Metatron, an archangel in Judaism. At least I didn't call his Megatron.

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    3. With respect to your Fry comment, I'd quote Dr. Zoidberg: "Hooray! I'm useful!"

      Oddly enough, I have "A Dictionary of Angels (including the fallen angels)" at home, so I've been aware of who Metatron is for a while. (He also has a role in a dark urban fantasy I've had on the backburner for a while, but there's no telling when I'll get around to finishing that.)

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    4. He's also played by Alan Rickman in Dogma. And is in the show Supernatural. He's also strangely enough the most powerful angel in the cancelled to soon manga 666 Satan (written by the twin brother of the Naruto mangaka)

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  42. I have a proposition for you. If you release the new Kid Sensation book by tomorrow, I will pay you 2x the asking price in Trident Layers gum. I guarantee you won't get a better offer than that.

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  43. LOL! That's the best offer I've had all year - granted that we're just a little over a week into 2016... But how about this: you just pay the regular price when the book is released, and I'll post an excerpt some time this week.

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  44. If you were to make a movie of Kid Sensation, who would your dream cast be?

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  45. When will the next kid sensation book be out?

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  46. When will the next kid sensation book be out?

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  47. Hope it is going well, keep plugging away!
    Anyway, can us fans can have another short excerpt?

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    2. I had a small setback last week, but with any luck I should finish in the next few days.

      As to the Trident bribe, it was highly disappointing. (I prefer Orbit...) That aside, I will publish another excerpt before the end of the week.

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    3. I don't have thirty pieces of silver, but I'll give you 30 chocolate coins

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    4. You can never go wrong with chocolate.

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    5. Dark or Milk? If it is dark, what percentage? Or maybe white chocolate?

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  48. When is the fifth book going to come out

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  50. Thank you Mr. Hardman good luck on the ending!

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  53. I have read all the kid sensation books and i was wondering when the next book will come out? I have read a lot of the previous comments and you said it was at your editors, so i was wondering if you had got it back yet and when the expected date of release will be?

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    1. The book is back from my editor and once more in my grubby little paws. I now need to go through it again in order to get it into final form, and then fire it off to my formatting guy. Depending on how fast he and I can do our jobs (and how quickly the novel can get through Amazon's processes), I'm guessing the book will be available by next Wednesday - next Friday at the latest.

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  54. Will you up date us when the new book is on amazon, on here?

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  55. The wait.....is almost.....over.....must endure.......

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  56. Bookmegddon approachs release coronation now before it's to late......

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  57. Just lost an arm to aa zombie author..

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  59. I can't you must go on with out meeee. I'm done for but never fear I will hold them off with this here plasma grenade.

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    1. Slight snag: I've been traveling for business, and apparently my formatting guy has been trying to reach me. (I've had poor internet service the past few days, so I've seriously been out of touch). Bottom line, there may be a slight delay in publication. Murphy's law, I suppose...

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    2. Well...it's a good thing I didn't put any money into the release date squares down at my local barbershop.

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    3. LOL. I'm hoping I can get the finished file tomorrow. (Keep your fingers crossed that my formatting guy isn't going out of town for the weekend.) Depending on how long Amazon takes after that, Hopefully the book will be out on Sunday.

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  61. Well my morning was ruined. Now I need to read this book sometime during work this week as I won't be able to hold off until I get home.

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  62. No book today I fink maybe tommarow?

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  63. I don't plan on doing any more reviewing, so when the formatted file comes back this time the book is getting released. With any luck that will be tonight, tomorrow at the latest (I hope).

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  64. I have hit the "Publish" button! Now it's just a matter of how quickly it can get through Amazon's processes.

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    2. LOL. Thanks for hanging in there and fighting the good fight.

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  65. I'm getting bad vibes about the Amazon process. I'm googling it and people are throwing around phrases like 1-2 business days or longer.

    "Amazon will email you when the book is ready, which may take 24–48 hours but often happens much more quickly"

    This is one of the better more uplifting answers. Today is also a Sunday, not exactly a business day.

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  66. Books here.....please excuse me for the next few hours.

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    1. Amazon made the book available in something like two hours, I think. That's a personal record for me.

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    2. Worked out well for me as I was able to read the whole thing and still able to go to sleep at a reasonable time to wake up for work on Monday.

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  69. I think Jim spent so much time fixated on the age differences between his grandparents that he seems to have forgotten about his own parents, especially since his dad was friends with his grandparents before his mom was even born.

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    2. I still think Jim should find his parents situation a little more creepy as his father knew his grandparents before his mom was even born, I imagine Jim's grandfather before even Indigo came to earth, and was probably there either for Jim's mom's birth or at least sent a card or something. (Superheroes seem like one big family and with the news surrounding the relationship between an alien and a human, I would imagine he was at least informed) Jim's grandparents only met when they were both adults from their respective species.

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    3. I suspect that Jim thinks about the aspect of his parents' relationship that led to his birth about as often as the rest of us (which in my case, is never...). His father was never around, so I doubt that he's connected the dots in that particular way. Thus, for him, the things you mentioned probably only exist in the abstract.

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  70. Mr. Hardman,
    I just finished your most recent novel in the "Kid Sensation" Series, and I gotta say, I loved it. I started out reading the series because it was free on prime and it looked interesting, and it most definitely delivered. With each book you have improved your writing and expanded upon the plot and universe in which the story takes place, and with Coronation there are so many places you could take the story. I will be happily anticipating your next release, and plan on reading your Wardens series too.Just out of curiousity, any hints about the upcoming events in Jim's life, or future events? I'm dying to know how grown up Jim ended up teaching Plavarice a million years in the past. Anyways, have a great day, and keep up the excellent work!
    -CF

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. You, along with other readers, have been very generous with your praise, and I'm happy that my work has been enthusiastically embraced by so many. (Hopefully you will like the Warden series as well.) I'm a little wary of giving too much away about the shape of things to come because so many people dislike spoilers. Suffice to say that Jim obviously has a lot of adventures ahead of him.

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    2. I have to agree with Connor. I started your "Kid Sensation" series a couple of days ago and just finished "Coronation." I have to say that I've really enjoyed it. It went from being kind of a guilty pleasure reading with the first book, to readying late into the night because I was so engrossed by the third book. In fact I was really sad to find out that I had reached the conclusion of the available books, but will be eagerly awaiting future releases.

      I have a few thoughts that I'd love you share, but don't want to seem critical since I've very much enjoyed your work. So I will just say one thing. Jim is gonna need a new super name soon. He has accomplished too much and matured too much to be called Kid Sensation much longer. I'm probably projecting a bit here, cause it would irritate me to no end to be called kid once I had hit my 20s.

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    3. I'm glad you enjoyed the books, and I have no problem with criticism - as long as its positive! ;>) As to a name change, it's something that's occurred to me. (After all, it's difficult to imagine Jim as, say, an old man and still being called "Kid.") I've got some thoughts on the subject, but I don't think it's an issue with a great deal of immediacy.

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  71. Hi I love that you obviously welcome feedback. Not all writers are interested (or brave!) enough to find out what their readers think.
    I have loved the books and look forward to the story continuing. My only feedback would be the artwork.... I think a more modern style would make the books appeal to a wider audience. Not a criticism, just an observation.
    Keep up the good work 😊

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  72. Do you have any plans on a mouse backstory book? He's my favorite character. Also what is his power besides intelligence?

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  73. Yes, the Mouse story will be the second companion novel after Electra. As for his power, you'll have to wait for the book... ;>)

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  74. Did Jim take the queens deal at the end of the book or was he still thinking about it?

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  75. No I thought he agreed but was sure I was reading that right. Will the next book be a companion novel or kid sensation 6

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    1. I seem to be hitting on all cylinders right now in terms of the writing. The Electra book will [hopefully] be published within a week. Assuming this doesn't jinx anything, I'm shooting for getting the Mouse book done next month. Kid Sensation 6 will be after that, but I've also got the next Fringe Worlds to finish and Warden #4. Hmmm...maybe it's time to post that Works-in-Progress bar.

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  76. Will Mouses story be about the invasion when he lost his arm? Cause I want to hear about that.

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    2. still shooting for this release this month? Works-in-Progress bar would be great :)

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    3. I've had some slippage in the schedule due to some emergencies on the day job, among other things. I may finish the Mouse book this month, but release will probably be in September.

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    4. That reminds me of a joke you made a while back about your "day job"

      Something your wife said about you being a full time author when you spend more time writing than you do at your other job or something like that.

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    5. It's may that part in the "About Me" section, where I mention that my wife will probably consider me a successful author when the words "working" and "writing" become synonymous in our house.

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  77. Do you know when kid sensation 6 will be released? What we looking at?

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      I'm shooting for November. Of this year. December at the latest. But let me clarify that the noted timeframe isn't set in stone.

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  78. What book is coming out next ks6 or mouse's story?

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  80. I've been listening to your books on audible and i love all of them but I've gotta say, I'm addicted to your kid sensation series! Any idea why book 5 isn't on audible yet?

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  81. Just got into the Kid Sensation books. Love them. You mentioned that you have a code for the US Audible site. I would love to give it to a friend.

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. I can gift a copy of "Sensation" if your friend sends me their email address.

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  82. when will book 5 be coming out on audio and is there plans for a book 6

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      I've started Book 6, but it's behind the Mouse book in the queue (although I'm gunning to wrap that up this week), and I still have the next Fringe Worlds novel that I've been planning to finish up for a while now.

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    2. Please please please tell me it's soon.

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    3. Seeing as how I just seem to jinx things every time I talk about timing, I'll simply say that it's in the works.

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  83. ANY chance of seeing the book today or tomorrow?


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  84. Hi, i love the series and can't wait for book six! Will we ever get an explanation for why jom has so many powers or is it just his mixed alien and extra dimensional genetics? Also I was wondering what the Mouse book will be called?

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      The Mouse book is in the hands of my editor and will be called "Mouse's Tale: An Alpha League Supers Novel." It's a bit more adult in tone, and depending on how it's received I may be enticed to write more stories about the Alpha League and its members, many of whom haven't even been mentioned in the Kid Sensation series.

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    2. Mouse's Tale was actually my guess for the title. I figured you couldn't pass on the pun.

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  85. Hi, I just wondered is the mouse book published yet? Cos im waiting on tenterhooks for it! (In much anticipation i mean) seriously i cant wait!

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  86. It is still in the hands of my editor, but I have high hopes of getting it back this week. Then I'll need to review it before firing it off to my formatting guy. All in all, there's a slim possibility of a January release, but the first week of February is more likely.

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  87. Do you have a Cover for Mouses Tale?

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  88. Hey! Love the Kid Sensation series. Haven't tried Amped yet (for some reason I just can't seem to bond with Electra) but Mouse's Talent intrigues me.

    Of course, I'd rather be reading Kid Sensation 6. I think Coronation was the best one yet! I can't wait to see Jim introduce Electra to his new fiancé lol and to then explain that they might not be getting married until Electra has died of old age, but in the meantime Caelesian law doesn't prohibit multiple marriages so would she still please date him? I'm literally laughing out loud just writing this!

    I do agree that he's due for a name change soon. KS was foisted upon him by the media, and after the Weeping Boy fiasco... yeah. You mentioned finding it difficult to imagine Jim as an old man with the Kids appellation, I just find it hard to imagine Jim as an old man. He's half extra dimensional immortal, and one quarter extra terrestrial who ages at one fifth the rate of a human. His brother had a theoretical lifespan measured in millenia and Jim's should be 25% longer than his by dint of his Caelesian blood. Add to that his new healing power (that he obviously learns to control since his ancient past self allegedly had the ability to heal his warriors) also seems to heal the effects of aging, and Jim'Shore supposed to get old at some point? Just saying.

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    1. Thanks for the compliments. Book 6 is in the works, and some of the things you touch on will, of necessity, be addressed. Others will have to wait for future books in the series. (If I tried to cram it all into one tome it would end up being about 1000 pages long.)

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    2. Don't let that stop you; I love 1000 page books. 😉

      We'll, I suppose waiting on Old Man Jim isn't such a hardship, and waiting for a new name might be necessary. Introducing his girlfriend to his fiancé is anot important plot point though (assuming he returns to Earth in the next book), so I still look forward to that.

      One thing I assumed on my first read of Coronation (and assumed again on my recent re-read) that I began to doubt on further thought, is the matter of succession. The Queen was being pressured to choose an heir, and was wanting to form an alliance with House Nonpareil. After hearing what Vicra saw on his jaunt to the future, I just assumed that Jim was chosen as the Heir Apparent, but it wasn't specifically stated. Is that going to be cleared up, or left in limbo?

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    3. LOL! I just looked at a couple of the thicker books on my bookshelf. "Lonesome Dove" is over 900 pages. One of the "Game of Thrones" books is over 1000. If I write anything that long, I'll be in good company.

      As to Jim gaining the Caelesian throne, assuming he might one day be king doesn't necessarily mean he has to be the NEXT king.

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    5. It ate my reply and reposted the one before. Oh well.

      I was thinking Wheel of Time, myself. The Song of Ice and Fire couldn't hold my attention. I forgot Lonesome Dove was that long lol (yes I have an eclectic mix of reading interests).

      Well that's kind of sad... Vicra's trip to the future was to see himself so it was within his prime, say 150-200 years? Dornoccia should have about that left after the de-aging, so if the Once and Future King (Jim of course) isn't the NEXT ruler, then she names a successor who will then pick him. That's either Norbeo or N'd'go, and if Jim has already replaced them that soon, their time is limited.

      If Isteria wants to wait until the Caelesian equivalent of 30 to get married, then that's about 75 years on Earth. Plenty of time for misadventures before settling down.

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  89. Hmmm... I'm trying to respond to this without revealing any spoilers. With that in mind, I'll simply say that you might be overestimating the Queen's desire to continue wearing the crown.

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  91. Sorry it auto corrected.

    If Jim does change his name could he not just wait until he is an adult and then simply drop the "kid" part and just go by "sensation" or do you think he would prefer to change to something completely different? I think the world would struggle with this as they've known him as kid sensation for so long now not to mention the book series is named for him which would make less sense if his name changed completely. Alternatively calling him sensation would still maintain a link to the book series name (as the ks series).

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    2. Change his name to a symbol and he can be known as The Super Formerly As Kid Sensation lol

      Seriously though, there is merit to keeping Sensation since it still encapsulates his plethora of abilities. If he did change it, just do an interview explaining the fact that the name was chosen for him, and he wanted to use a name that he felt represents his personality, or his own outlook as a hero.

      As for the series title, there's always a companion series with the same characters and a new name.

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    3. William: A name change is something that I think I've discussed in other comments on this blog. It's an area where I think there's still a lot of room for things to happen, so we'll see how it shakes out.

      Shaun: LOL! I love the "Super Formerly Known as..." comment.

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  92. Why did it post twice? And several minutes apart? Weird.

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  93. Hello,
    I love the kid sensation series, I have re-read the books multiple times. Also I love the audio books to, it adds so much to the experience. Coronation was my favorite book you've written so far. It has the most juicy cliff hanger and makes me want another book. Replication will be an amazing book.

    Will the companion novels for KS go to audio? And also what are we looking at time wise to get this finished?
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    Love your books

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      Thanks for saying such wonderful things about my work. I know I say it often, but there's a real euphoria that comes from readers saying how much they like your writing.

      I do plan to release the companion novels in audio. In fact, I plan to do audio versions of everything - even Extraction, which is a short story. As far as a timeline, that's tricky. In an ideal world, I'd be releasing a new audiobook each month until I got caught up. However, that's probably an ambitious schedule when you consider everything that's involved (not to mention the fact that my narrator has other clients - damn him!) ;>)

      Moreover, let's not forget that "Amped" needs to be narrated by a female, so I have to go through the entire process of finding a narrator again, including listening to auditions. (Last time I got over 50!)

      In short, we're at least months away from having all Kid Sensation-related material in audio form. It will probably be May, at the earliest, before that happens (and possibly June). And that's assuming no slippage in the schedule.

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  94. I just wondered when is the next book in the ks series coming out? Is it anywhere near ready to publish? I just really cant wait because i really want to know what happens next because there is so much going on and the electra vs wife storyline will be amazing. Also now thst i onow more about mouse i will have that info and backstory in my mind everytime he is mentioned or appears!

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