Friday, September 23, 2011

The Unlimited - Kevin Basil

Bio: Kevin Basil lives in Whitsett, NC. He is a recent college graduate with a degree in Accounting but writing has always been his calling. His first book, Suffer No More, was released shortly after his High School graduation. He spends his time writing, dreaming, reading, and spending time with his daughter.
Product Description:
                          The date is set: December 21st, 2012.
     Nick Riley's life as a gas station owner in the suburbs of California is turned upside down when a friend on an archaeology dig in Egypt discovers an ancient text written in a mysterious language and bequeaths it to him. If it's secrets are revealed, it has the power to rewrite history and destroy everything that mankind believes in. It may also hold the key to saving the human race.
                                But what does it mean?
     To learn how it will end is to decipher how it began. Nick, along with two friends, finds himself in a race against time and a fight for his life against those who want the secrets to remain hidden. Can they connect the dots that reveal the secrets of where mankind came from and why we are here? Once explained, can we handle the truth? Our future depends on solving the mystery of...
                                    THE UNLIMITED
Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
     The Unlimited has a little bit of everything. There's humor, mystery, sci-fi, suspense, action, and a dash of romance. Readers appreciate factual evidence used in a fictitious way to create something believable by bending the truth.
Q: Why did you go indie?
     There are a lot of reasons. I really wanted to see what I could do on my own. I feel like getting a big publisher to do all the work for you only pays off if you end up huge (think Stephen King). Going indie allows me to take control. If I succeed, it was because of my hardwork and determination. If I fail, there won't be any excuses. There's no one else to blame.
Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
     Sel Pavlou is amazing at using fact and science in an entertaining way. Matthew Reilly does some fantastic things as well, mixing action with history.
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