Rob Buckman


Having written so many stories for myself to help improve my writing skill, I thought it was time for other people to assess how well I did, or not. Writing it so much fun, as you can subject your characters to so many possible, and near impossible feats of daring do. I try to convey, as much atmosphere, and 'feeling' as possible into the story, so my readers become silent witness to the events. If I can impart the full range of sight, sound, and emotional impact while they enjoy the unfolding story, then I have succeeded. If my characters could speak outside the book, they'd probably all say that they hate me.

As many self published authors did before me, I have endeavored to eliminate as many spelling errors, correct my punctuation, and attempted to use easily understandable English grammar as I can. Like any author, I try to write an entertaining story that is of interest to a particular group of reader, i.e. Sci-fi fans, not to win an English essay contest, composition award, or a spelling bee. Hopefully I have achieved that end, despite the aforementioned spelling, punctuation and grammar errors that I surely missed. I therefore beg your indulgence, and hope you will overlook any such irritation you may come across, and not let them detract from the overall storytelling.

Right now, I am working with an editor(s) to, hopefully, eliminate many of aforementioned errors. I am also working with an editor on two of my new stories, so as not to repeat the mistakes of the past.

The next book out will be 'Wolf Pack' Book Two. This is a follow-up to Book One, and continues the story about the aftermath of an alien invasion and what Decker and his female wolf pack do to fight the alien invaders.

Rob Buckman

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Wolf Pack - Book One
Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 105,200. Language: English. Published: April 9, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Military
As the lone survivor of the rescue mission, the last thing Staff Sergeant John Decker wanted was the responsibility for a hundred odd, soft as putty, no-nothing, weepy females.

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