For all of you screaming for the continuing adventures of Barry Levitt and his friends, let me announce that a first draft of book 2 is completed, and I am in the process of the rewriting as we speak. No spoilers but it appears that Barry and his friends are in for the fight of their lives. Barry’s past has always played an important part in his story and the second book will prove no exception. We may even learn more about his mysterious father, the pulp icon and adventurer, Rock Ravage.
The story’s super antagonist is, in his own words, “the biggest,” and his origin story will hopefully prove to be as fascinating as that of the megalomaniacal villain of the previous story, Dr. Harrison Thunder. My only clue is that his arrival appears to be, in the words of “Law and Order” creator, Dick Wolfe, “ripped from today’s headlines.
Oh, and for those that are worried about our friend Beast, he is alive and well and kicking ass in the sequel.
There are so many things that I want to fit into the next stories but, well, there is no rushing it. All in good time. Suffice to say, in Sequel of Ravage,” we will revisit old friends, meet some new ones and encounter all sorts of exciting adventures along the way.
I want to publish little snippets of the story right here on the blog. Let me know if you would like that and I will oblige. In the meantime, keep reading, and keep adventuring.
On another note:
“Son of Ravage” is on Good Reads. I even have an author’s page where you review my book or even can ask me a question. But, hey, you can ask me anything here. You can fill out the contact form or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from all of you.
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Son of Ravage: Book One
In 1981, J.P. Linde co-wrote and appeared in a one-man comedy show titled “Casually Insane.” Shortly after, he joined the ranks of stand-up comedy and performed in clubs and colleges throughout the United States and Canada. In 1989, he made his national television debut on “Showtime’s Comedy Club Network.” He wrote the libretto for the musical comedy “Wild Space A Go Go” and co-wrote and co-produced the feature motion picture, “Axe to Grind.” “Son of Ravage” is his second novel.