The Omega Project, a new novel from Steve Alten, is now available from Forge Books, and in case you missed hearing about it, we have a trailer to share along with more info on the apocalyptic thriller.
One thing our parents and grandparents probably never could have imagined is the video trailer that's become so popular for book releases. And today we have a brand new one to share for Steve Alten's prequel entitled MEG: Origins, which is sold in all eBook formats and promises to be another nail-biting, terrifying journey into the Mariana Trench to a time when sea monsters ruled the oceans.
We recently wrote about author Steve Alten releasing a new installment in his MEG series of novels about Megalodons, but the man isn't content to just stay within the confines of the ocean. He also has another series of doomsday thrillers - the Domain Trilogy - with the third and final chapter, Phobos: Mayan Fear, being unleashed on October 11th.
The latest installment in author Steve Alten's MEG series is a prequel entitled MEG: Origins. Sold in all eBook formats, MEG: Origins promises to be another nail-biting, terrifying journey into the Mariana Trench to a time when sea monsters ruled the oceans.
Forget 6-6-6; this year it's all about 10-10-10, and on that date Variance Publishing and author Steve Alten unleash Grim Reaper: End of Days on an unwitting public. Illustrated by John Toledo, Grim Reaper: End of Days is an apocalyptic tale set in 12-12:
Now this is something different: a video promo for an upcoming novel. On May 19, 2009, author Steve Alten unleashes Meg: Hell's Aquarium, the fourth chapter of his highly acclaimed Meg series, on the general public.