THE WORLDS OF ROLAND YEOMANS:
DONNA HOLE once wrote a staggering, humbling, in-depth look at my linked worlds with their multiple heroes, many villains,
with one supernatural Hannibal Lector in the shadows, pulling strings and haunted by his own inner turmoil.
I cannot imagine the time, effort, and craft it took her to do that post. Just for the wonder of reading her own prose, go there.
I early on decided to gamble with my novels,
to try something truly unique:
to set my heroes in a supernatural World War that spans centuries and continents.
WORLD WAR II was not won by a single hero
but by many valiant warriors, sacrificing much for the greater good.
No one campaign won that war but several epic, sweeping ones.
IN LIKE MANNER:
My novels have multiple heroes, each driven by inner demons, overcoming them to defend those who cannot defend themselves --
for no one was there to defend them or their loved ones in the painful past.
Fallen, the last fae.
Blake Adamson, clone of The Nazarene.
Hibbs, the bear with two shadows.
Samuel McCord, undead Texas Ranger. Father Renfield, the vampire priest.
Victor Standish, son of the Angel of Death. Alice Wentworth, the Victorian ghoul.
Wolf Howl and Toomey Starks
They each fight separate battles against DayStar and his puppets.
Slowly, I brought them all together to fight in one last blazing climax with all reality in the balance ...
I patiently built up to it as Marvel slowly built up to their epic, THE AVENGERS.
Join the good fight ... where "impossible" only gives birth to legends ...
where in the end, each of us must face the Darkness
in that last great battle which awaits each soul.
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END OF DAYS
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HOW NEAT IS THIS?
Late this month, Google went "dark" in terms of providing publishers with free information on which words led people searching in Google to click on their sites.
When you click on a regular "organic" Google search result, it generates no data; when you click on an ad displayed alongside the organic search results, advertisers get to know which words generated that click
Their idea of privacy is unique to say the least. You can't offer privacy, but still SELL the data to AdWords advertisers. It's the same user. It's the same action.
What do you think?