Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A message from the author of this Blog.

Dear Black Horizon reader.

Soon you will be able to buy my first work of fiction, The Interceptors Club & The Secret of the Black Manta direct from the author at this LINK.

If you are as intrigued by the black world, Area 51, and secret stealth projects as I am, I know you'll find my book a good read.

Although I envisioned it as a book for young adults and tweens, even if you are an adult I think you will find it enjoyable.

The novel is loosely based on my own stealth-chasing experience with a good fictional-action-based narrative pulling it all together. Although a fictional account, much of what you will read is based on real-covert military technology.

Other books I've read with a similar themes have been written by outsiders-and border on the fantastical. If you are looking for a book on Area 51 and aliens- then The Interceptors Club & The Secret of the Black Manta it is not for you.

The best way to describe it is, it is Tom Clancy meets The Hardy Boys or Sneakers meets Real Genius.

The Interceptors Club & The Secret of the Black Manta is the first book of a trilogy of adventures I plan to write involving the "Interceptors Club" - that is if this first book enjoys a modicum of success.

I hope you'll consider buying it and know your purchase helps fund a starving and striving author who has dedicated the last thirty years researching the mysterious world of covert military aviation.

Thanks for your consideration and continued support of this blog!

-Steve Douglass


Read: Phil Patton's STEALTH WATCHERS Here. The article that started it all.


Gridlock said...

Good luck with the book Steve, no matter what happens you should be proud to have your name on it.

I'm finding it difficult to locate a either the screengrab or even better the actual 7 seconds of video mentioned by Wired - any chance of a link?

Steve Douglass said...

Thanks for the well-wishes. This book has been 4 years in the making.


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