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Floxham Island ~ Sinclair V-Log AZ267/M

Floxham Island ~ Sinclair V-Log AZ267/M


Novel by Merita King

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ABOUT THIS NOVEL


It’s funny how such an ordinary job could turn into a nightmare so quickly.

Arriving on the strangely deserted prison planet, the space cop finds a scene of unimaginable horror.

Finding themselves stranded there for several days, Sam Sinclair and his group of prison visitors are soon caught in a horrific fight for survival.

Facing the horrors that lurk in the dark, whilst avoiding those that dwell in the light, are only the first of Sam’s problems.

The dead are everywhere, in their hundreds they litter the island, but as new deaths take place, Sam realises that a killer is amongst them.

As their numbers dwindle, Sam must race to find the murderer and secure the lives of those still surviving amidst the horror that is Floxham Island.

ABOUT MERITA KING


I’ve loved science fiction since I was a young child growing up with Star Trek and my parents’ love of all things connected with space. Whether it was fiction or science fact, if it was about space, the planets, and the universe, they absorbed it and passed on that love to me. I deeply regret being born at a time before space travel is a normal daily event. I have an adventurous spirit and would go into space without a second thought, if the chance came my way.

I can remember being a very young child and looking up at the sky and wondering why my real family left me behind on this planet, and hoping they were coming to get me soon. They never did, but I still have that feeling that I belong out there. I cannot go there of course, but in my books I can. Having grown up on a diet of space opera movies, TV and books, it was a foregone conclusion that it I ever wrote a book, it would be space opera. Eleven books later and I’m still enjoying exploring my very own universe.

When building my alien worlds, I am inspired by movies I’ve seen in the genre, rather than books I’ve read. I guess I’m a visual person, and people often say my books read like movies, that they ‘see’ a movie in their head as they’re reading. I like that, I’m happy that happens. It is very important to me that anything I invent in my future universe, gadgets, gizmos, diseases etc, have a basis in today’s known science fact. I research and begin with a known fact, then build from there. I feel that this helps to make my worlds believable for the reader. The great thing about space opera is that you can invent stuff, but if you’re too fantastical you risk losing your reader’s attention.

I’m autistic and live inside my head much of the time. Interacting on a very deep level with my imagination is necessary for my mental health, so I find connecting with the flow of creative force, very easy. Away from writing, I enjoy making Native American inspired beaded pow wow fans, and I’m a crazy cat lady in training. I live alone with my three cats and a very vivid imagination, in Hampshire Southern England.