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Kindle Nation Daily Sci-Fi Alert! Jan Musil’s Epic Fantasy WELCOME TO SARNIA (PLANET SARNIA) Is An Adventure That The Whole Family Will Enjoy! – 4.5 Stars on Amazon

4.5 stars – 2 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled

Here’s the set-up:

In their desire to expand Terrans decided that the risks involved in capturing and colonizing the planet known as Sarnia were well worth incurring.

A mere forty years on they lost that gamble. Big time.

136 years later, many things have changed. Some never do.

For more information about the planet known as Sarnia and the series of books concerning events there, please visit www.planetsarnia.com to view full color maps, review the list of interesting characters and read samples from the initial volume, ‘Welcome to Sarnia’.

One Reviewer Notes

“Welcome to Sarnia is a flat out great read. Jan Musil’s narrative is delivered in a manner that reminds me of David Brin (A very good thing IMHO.) though it is clearly original. The characters a numerous, original and engaging. The world is well-imagined and thought out, unique and lethal. The environment is a character all its own. Sarnia is not run-of-the-mill Sci-Fi. It is gritty and tough. This is a great introduction to a wondrous world and I can’t wait for the follow on installments. I found Sarnia well worth my time.” – Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars

About The Author

As to who I am, US Navy veteran, disenchanted ex-corporate middle manager and long time entrepreneur covers the ground fairly well. I owned a pair of Southwestern Gift and Jewelry stores here in Austin, Texas for many years. Since then I assisted in getting a pair of high tech start up companies up and functioning.

In 2008, as I was wrapping up my portion of the latest new venture I realized that a previous idea for a computer game would make an excellent starting place for a book. Living in Austin and associating with all the programmers in town it is easy to get enthused and say, hey we can do better than those guys did. Which may or may not be true, but finding adequate money to actually do so is a far from trivial challenge.

Developing the idea as a book was not though and pursuing the project would allow me to exercise my storytelling skills. And yes, while I might not have a million of them, I can share lots of stories. A lifetime of practice so to speak.

Once embarked on the project it quickly became clear that I could not do justice to the ideas underlying life on Sarnia in a single book. After a few more months of work there was enough outlined material to do five books. As I progressed in writing the tale the material eventually became the seven book, two saga total listed for the series concerning life on Sarnia.
Enjoy.

Website: http://planetsarnia.com/

Contact Jan Musil at info@planetsarnia.com

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