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I’m interviewing Barry K. Nelson, author of “Obliteration”, a science-fiction novel for this tour.

How long have you been writing?

It will be going on 17 years now.

What was the most challenging part about writing Obliteration?

Creating a big enough story when I can introduce several new characters. To deal with this challenge I had to split this current story into two separate books.

What is your favorite part of being an author?

Holding an actual book that I created in my hand. As well as creating my own universe with my own characters. And when you consider how books and stories have endured over the years you’re actually holding something that will be here long after you’re gone.

Is this book part of a series? If so, will there be more books in the series?

Obliteration is the third book in my science fiction series. I’m planning to so a total of 30 books.

Do you have any works in progress you’re working on?

I’m currently working on the forth book in my series. The title will be Maximum Deevor. McKenzie Files Book Four.

About the Book

PROOF-McKenzie3Obliteration-Cover6x9_BW_230-page-0Title: Obliteration

Author: Barry K. Nelson

Genre: Science-Fiction

The three reprogrammed Brelac Reploids forming the special team Silencers still faithfully serve the United Protectorate under the watchful monitoring of the Central Intelligence Division. Stationed on Maseklos Prime, Colin McKenzie, Diane Christy, and Kelly Lytton are called to a hostage scene and end up with clues that lead to the elusive Dr. Arthur Trevors. Although initially a traitor who worked undercover with the Brelac, Trevors was in large part responsible for the capture and reprogramming of Colin, Diane, and Kelly so they could serve their current function as weapons for the Protectorate. The war with the Brelac is not going well, and the Silencers are given an advanced warp-drive ship and sent beyond their home quadrant, Poseidon, to the last known coordinates of a missing ship. Their mission is to locate the missing ship, part of an original task force of five ships sent out to find other human colonies and enlist their help with the war against the Brelac. As soon as Colin and his team leave the quadrant, they run into trouble, and things go downhill from there. They find themselves in the midst of a war between local factions on a planet far from home and feel obliged to aid the human faction against a clearly superior force that seems to have help from a monster who leaves a wake of death and destruction wherever it goes. The more they find out, the weirder things get, and they end up stranded with no way home, much less any hope of completing their original mission to find the lost task force ship. This new enemy they face seems invincible, and they wonder if they’ll survive as everything and everyone around them is destroyed. Maybe this time not even their Reploid powers will save them. But what other hope does humanity have?

Author Bio

101A Pennsylvania native, Barry K. Nelson has attended college and has worked at a variety of jobs, including retail and the corporate environment. Barry enjoys reading and gardening and is a fan of science fiction and horror movies, Marvel comic collecting, and the X-box 360.

Barry has written short stories, and his first book in the science fiction series, The McKenzie Files, is soon to be followed by a sequel, Assassination Anxiety.

Barry is a member of Ning and Goodreads, can be found on Facebook, and can also be reached through Penumbra Publishing.

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