Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Coming Soon: David L. Hoof's "That's One Step For ..."
They say that seeing is believing. And with half the world watching as it happens, who can disagree with man's near perfect landing on the moon, July 20, 1969? But was what we saw really all that happened? And if near-perfect conceals a flaw, who was concealing, and why? Read on to find out what really happened that historic day.
The award-winning author of screenplays, short stories and seven published novels sold in thirty-five countries, David L. Hoof has also written nonfiction and written scientific articles and papers appearing in peer-reviewed professional journals that cover areas as diverse as nanotechnology to nuclear proliferation. He was taught creative writing with the Writers Digest School and at Georgetown University. His novels and stories include satires, thrillers, suspense mysteries, historical mysteries, action adventure, horror and dabblings in the paranormal . Three novels, the ecohorror Landfill, the rollickingly irreverent satire Triple Jeopardy, and the historical mystery, Little Gods, will join several intriguing short stories in Trestle Press’s impressive 2012 line-up. Deeply interested in the music and magic of the English language, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook. Among his friends and inspirations he counts William Goldman, Elmore “Dutch” Leonard, Don DeLillo, Cormac McCarthy, James Lee Burke and Dennis Lehane. He lives with his wife, Marsha, in Washington, DC, and is at work on his next novel, which should be complete by mid April, this year..
For more see:
(1) Authors Guild web page at www.littlegods.net
(2) Wikipedia article, David L. Hoof