Andrew Draper is a freelance writer living in San Antonio, Texas. He has written hundreds of lifestyle feature, sports, hard news and political commentary pieces over the past sixteen years.
In his five years as a staff reporter and managing editor for Prescott Newspapers Inc. (2000-2005) he wrote for The Prescott Valley Tribune, The Prescott Dailey Courier, The Big Bug and Canyon Country News and The Chino Valley Review. These stories were routinely reprinted in the parent company’s other publications throughout northern Arizona.
These efforts earned him more than a dozen Arizona Newspapers Association and in-company excellence awards including an unprecedented three consecutive ANA ‘Best Series or Continuing Coverage’ awards in his circulation class.
Andrew is currently the president of Lighthouse Communications, a sole proprietorship media relations and marketing firm providing local commercial and governmental agencies with copywriting, photographic and media consulting services.
on May 06, 2018 :
The action is set around Jennifer Ryan, a scientist in the purest sense who develops a new type of battery that not only is more efficient and smaller than anything previously made, it also uses up old nuclear material which would eventually remove the problem of storage. As she makes her final breakthrough in solving the storarge and usage problems, several parties become aware of the project and want it for themselves and use various means to try and obtain the technology for themselves.
Doc Ryan's would be saviour is more than he seems at first glance, though he's suffered more than his share of misfortune in the past and this may be his chance to try to extinguish the demons that haunt his dreams and much of his waking hours too.
The action is fast paced, well described and the characters are well developed with both their strengths and flaws clearly defined as the story progresses, it also leaves the reader with a great cliffhanger, wanting you to pick up the next book to see what happens next.
(review of free book)