Got a message on WeTheArmed.com this morning about Uprising. It contains SPOILERS. So don’t read past the break if you don’t want SPOILERS.
I was standing on the battlements at Ft. George, an ancient fortress in Scotland. I was overlooking the waters where the River Ness spills out to the ocean. I turned my head and I watched several large helicopters coming in for landings and one taking off. The old cannons had been re-arsenaled, and were standing ready with gun crews who were standing at attention as I walked past. Someone wearing medieval armor with an SA80 slung over her back came up to me with an iPad. Reports and such. I looked them over briefly and saw that the situation was better than I had hoped. We had found more survivors. The only thing that bothered me where the crows flying around. Thousands of them…
This dream was right from Uprising UK. I could smell the salt air and jet engine exhaust. Don’t know if other authors actually dream in there created universes, but it was pretty dang cool.
A lot of people are telling me that Uprising UK was more fun to read than USA…. They are digging it more. I like it better.
I just hope Russia lives up to it!
Evidently Uprising UK is now available in print from Amazon.com now!
So when the said 5-7 business days, evidently that meant tomorrow.
If only there shipping was that quick!
Uprising UK is going to be available in Print on Amazon.com within 5-7 business days.
It’s available now here.
Uprising: UK. My second “Winning the Zombie Apocalypse” book (in a series of four) is now available for the Amazon Kindle.
I really like Uprising: UK. I think it’s an improvement over the USA which felt more rushed. I’ve already got it on my Kindle Reader on my Smart Phone. No formatting errors this time! Booyah! Get your copy now and I’ll sign your Kindle at the Crossroads of the West Gun Show in SLC this weekend.
You gotta love this:
I’ve been getting a lot of emails from readers of Uprising: USA. Lots of questions about the story that I would love to answer, but I can’t give anything away. Every character is either someone I know, or based on someone I know. The names of my family members have been changed or I’m using a Call Sign for them. For example, my wife’s name is not Debbie and my eldest Son is not named Kilo.
In Uprising UK, the most common questions about April is answered very quickly. Guys, Gals… please don’t take that too seriously. This is indeed a work of fiction.
In this scene “Uncle Musket” is sitting on top of an LAV outside of the Castle Inverness.
Uncle Musket stayed with the vehicles, sitting on top of one with his musket in one hand and a suppressed 1911 in the other because of my insistence. Until he could fit a gun muffler to the old muzzle loader, it was an operational necessity. Begrudgingly, he accepted that. He flicked the safety on and off. Click. Click. Click. Click. Click. “Huh?” Musket stopped and listened, tilting his head. There was something out there in the fog. He could hear shuffling off in the distance, but he couldn’t tell where it came from. He stared into the swirling mist, looking through the light and dark and not seeing anything. But he could feel it. He left the pistol off safe.
Things get out of hand quickly.