Author Spotlight: Flotilla (Pac Fish #1) by Daniel Haight

About the Book:

Flotilla is an unyielding exploration of people and technology in a perilous world. When 15-year-old Jim joins his dad on Colony D, he doesn’t see it as the new frontier in green technology and sustainability; he sees a free pass out of rehab to spend the summer on a man-made island in the Pacific. Jim thinks his troubles are marooned on the mainland, but it turns out that his dad has secrets of his own. When things stop adding up, and Jim becomes suspicious, he makes a horrible discovery.

But now, that’s the least of his problems.

The United States come under attack, and Jim’s parents go missing. Drug runners and modern-day pirates are coming to settle a score. All he and his sister have now are an old boat, limited supplies, and each other. Jim must race against time if he wants to escape the catastrophic meltdown of civilization.

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*** Flotilla (Pac Fish #1) is available for purchase TODAY!!! ***

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3981817 About the author:

Daniel Haight is an author with an evil plan who says that his stories help him ‘be the best version of me.’

His story credits include the Flotilla series and many published short stories. As a native of the San Francisco Bay Area, he refers to himself as a ‘blue collar geek’ who is passionate about writing, working with his hands and being a dad.

Dan brings his love of sci-fi, geeky topics and media together when he appears on radio shows, podcasts, and at conventions like Wizard World. He works in IT during the day, cares for his family, and writes at night.

 

 

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