Book Tour (Spotlight): Hell Holes Donald Firesmith

Author: Donald Firesmith 
Book: Hell Holes 
Genre: Science Fiction /Fantasy/Paranormal
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28425525-hell-holes

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When
hundreds of huge holes mysteriously appear overnight in the frozen tundra north
of the Arctic Circle, they threaten financial and environmental catastrophe
should any more open up under the Trans-Alaska Pipeline or any of the many oil
wells and smaller pipelines that feed it. An oil company sends a scientific
team to investigate. But when the 
geologist, his climatologist wife, two of their graduate students, a
local newspaper reporter, an oil company representative, and a field biologist
arrive at one of the holes, they discover a far worse danger lurks below, one
that threatens to destroy all of humanity when it emerges, forcing the
survivors to flee south towards Fairbanks.

 

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A geek by day, Donald
Firesmith works as a system and software engineer helping the US
Government acquire large, complex software-intensive systems. In this
guise, he has authored seven technical books, written numerous software-
and system-related articles and papers, and spoken at more conferences
than he can possibly remember. He’s also proud to have been named a
Distinguished Engineer by the Association of Computing Machinery,
although his pride is tempered somewhat by his fear that the term
“distinguished” makes him sound like a graybeard academic rather than an
active engineer whose beard is still slightly more red than gray.

By
night and on weekends, his alter ego writes modern paranormal fantasy,
apocalyptic science fiction, action and adventure novels and relaxes by
handcrafting magic wands from various magical woods and mystical
gemstones. His first foray into fiction is the book Magical Wands: A
Cornucopia of Wand Lore written under the pen name Wolfrick Ignatius
Feuerschmied. He lives in Crafton, Pennsylvania with his wife Becky, and
his son Dane, and varying numbers of dogs, cats, and birds.

You can learn more about the author by visiting his website: http://donaldfiresmith.com

His magical wands and autographed copies of his books are available from the Firesmith’s Wand Shoppe at: http://magicalwandshoppe.com.

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