A.A. Smith is a graduate of UBC and lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. He has worked in environmental consulting, financial services and is also a practitioner of yoga and martial arts.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
It all came down to time. I didn't want to spend a lot of time shopping my work around to different publishers when I could just put it out there. I may struggle with marketing and editing, but I just try to learn from my mistakes and move on.
Who are your favorite authors?
Brad Thor and Stephen Coonts come to mind right away since I'm partial to fast paced action thrillers. But I also enjoy Charles Dickens and Stephen King.
When an old informant makes contact with the Sentinels, Conrad R. Slade is brought back from obscurity and must risk his life just to meet with her.
Meanwhile, Avery Clark and Alondra Suarez are among many whose lives are turned upside down by one question:
Is Nullis Groon a delusional demagogue or a Messiah?
Five years after the Kinjal incident, the United Earth Alliance and the Jarufani Commonwealth are still recovering from their heavy losses. In the aftermath, Laskvo terrorist groups have emerged from the fringes and are gaining momentum. Veteran operative Conrad R. Slade and his protégé, Alondra Suarez will uncover a plot that could render the UEA powerless if it succeeds.
In this action packed, military spy thriller, the United Earth Alliance and the Jarufani Commonwealth are at a very fragile truce. The UEA believes
that the Jarufani are developing an outlawed super weapon that could threaten all life on Earth. Caught in the middle are Alondra Suarez and Lieutenant Avery Clark. Neither is ready for the danger they're about to face.