Thursday, December 15, 2011

Guest blog with Marilyn Peake author of Gods in the Machine

Today's guest is Marilyn Peake author of Gods in the Machine, The Fisherman's Son and many other books.  Check the bottom of the post for the whole list with Amazon links.  Today she is going to share a little about her newest title and herself.  Also don't forget to check out the Winter Holiday Book Giveaway Extravaganza where she is giving 50 of each of the two books I mentioned earlier.

Space Construction Inc. has been granted permission by both the U.S. and U.N. to build space hotels along the equator.  In exchange, the U.S.-based company agrees to build a black ops complex inside every hotel.  Housed within one of these complexes is The Gods in the Machine Project.  In this program, the U.S. military creates religious holograms so real they are accepted by those who view them as visions.

The Gods in the Machine holograms are weaponized, used for brainwashing people into fighting green humanoid creatures observed in numerous places on Earth by members of the United Nations.  Unfortunately, no one in the U.N. bothered to check if these creatures are our enemy or our salvation.  There are a number of people who do know the true nature of these beings.  Racing against time, they try to get the message out.


Marilyn Peake is the author of both adult and children’s literature.  Her publications have received excellent reviews and won numerous awards.  She’s been interviewed on radio shows across the United States and in Canada.

Marilyn has written four novels and numerous short stories, and has served as editor for other published books.  Her latest novel is Gods in the Machine, an adult science fiction novel.  She’s also the author of a trilogy of children’s fantasy adventure novels: The Fisherman’s Son, The City of the Golden Sun, and Return of the Golden Age.

Awards: Silver Award, two Honorable Mentions and eight Finalist placements in the ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards, two Winner and two Finalist placements in the EPPIE Awards, and Winner of the Dream Realm Awards.

Marilyn Peake’s Kindle publications, currently priced at 99 cents each:


Short stories:

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much, Scott, for featuring me as a guest on your blog! And thank you so much for everything you do for authors!