Born in Los Angeles, CA, I have enjoyed reading since I was a small child. As I grew older my love of books transformed into wanting to write. By that time, I had no formal training in writing stories so I just went from there. As I grew older, I began to take classes to better my writing but I continued to write even then.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Well I tend to spend my time writing of course, but I like reading as well.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I read the blurbs and check out the front cover. If the cover is good and the blurb makes me want to see more, I read the very beginning and then the ending to see if the main character survives. I'm a sucker for rooting for the main character.
A young man must protect himself from a ruthless man determined to possess eternal youth. Sean Tabular must keep that from happening, with the help of some friends he'd made and who know the truth about him.
A town full of Eternals reveal the truth to Sean's heritage.
Will Sean fall and be captured or will he triumph? Only time will tell in this fascinating Science Fiction story.
I found this easy to understand. And the way Mark Coker often repeats himself is a big sell for me. I will use this often in preparation of my own books that I want to publish here at Smashwords.com. I give it five stars.
Great job Mark!
I liked this story. It was interesting without being boring (sorry for that word). The main character was a joy to read about though I would have liked to see Elizabeth get her comeuppance at his hands instead of her escaping and the like.
Great job by the way!
This was a great book minus the few errors I've read. Not enough for me to stop reading it though. I liked Outsider and would have liked to see him survive instead of come back the way it/he did.
Well developed character and should be given a book two. Loved it!
Wow! What can I say. But Super Nobody was something I couldn't stop reading even if I told myself I would stop at certain chapter. The end of the chapter and I kept reading.
Funny wasn't that about me? In my opinion Super Nobody is up there with Harry Potter and David Eddings' books, and from me, that's saying something. Since those are my favorite books and author.
Great work on creating such a book that totally riveted me in its 'pages'.
I have read this first book in this saga and found it completely good. I loved the characters and the dangers they find themselves in. And the ending was really great too. Most likely I will be purchasing book 2 soon as well. Bravo on a great story!
A very intriguing story. Nice work. Any errors, grammar or otherwise was minor as compared with the story's readibility because even if I found any error, the next words took me back into the story. I loved this!
This was totally good. I loved it so much I couldn't put it down. I ended up reading it almost to the end before time caught up with me. But I've finally finished reading it. And I applaud you on writing such a wonderful story. Not even the few grammar errors was enough for me to stop reading.
This was an interesting story. I enjoyed it very much. Though I felt as if the ending ended incomplete, but then that's how I felt. It didn't change that I still enjoyed reading these. Mister Kincade has a flair for this kind of thing. I couldn't put it down.
This was good reading. I especially liked the mc (Main character) Sarah. Your imagination in working this story is first rate and I truly enjoyed reading it to the end. Any chance of there being another with Sarah and her 'adventures'? Looking forward to it, if there is one.
I totally enjoyed reading this though I did purchase the first three before I did this one. The thought of Adam having two more superpowered friends is great especially since their his friends. I hope those two are the only ones. Besides, any chance of more about him? Because I totally loved this 'series' and wish for more.
This was a completely fascinating read. I loved the character and was kind of let down the story ended, but I guess that's the way things are. It was very unique and riveting. I would like to read more of this author's works.
This was a great read. I'm sorry it's taken me so long to get to it, but I've got a backlog of books I want to read before yours. I've just finished reading this one, so now it's on to the next. Great imagination even if it's in first person. But that's good too.
I read this book and found it real good. It was funny and it couldn't help be make me wonder if my nine year old nephew would enjoy it too. He's reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid after all. There were a whole lot of places where I laughed in spite of myself. You did good.
Still a great story with great characters. Though I'm kinda bummed the hero lost a finger. Maybe in another something can happen and his finger will grow back good as ever. lol Looking forward to the next issues though.
Kind of short isn't it? Though I did enjoy reading it, I felt as if you ended it too soon. I would have liked to have seen the battle and Wyatt's triumph and both the brothers' triumph over the military that had him. Ah well, great story anyway. Looking forward to reading more about Wyatt and his brother.
I read this and found it really good. I'm looking forward to reading another with Michael. He's such a great character who desires to survive no matter what the author sets up for him. I love him. And Debra, such a lovely woman. I want more. lol