After nearly three years of hard labour, BLINDSPACE, the second book in the Common trilogy, has been unleashed on the public! It feels like an age since August 2018, when I started outlining and developing the book’s narrative. Things have rapidly changed and divulged since then, and for the better, and I’m incredibly happy with the final product.
It’s a bittersweet feeling, having a book finally sent off into the world. It’s great to see all that hard work pay off and get into the hands of hungry readers, but it’s also saying farewell to a huge chunk of your life, knowing it’s all set in stone now. But the show must go on, of course.
It’s available in all the usual venues and shops, in all formats, virtual and brick and mortar. It’s garnred some nice reviews so far, too.
“The wonderful weirdness and tense action that began in Stormblood gets increased 100x. . . Blindspace does a wonderful job of expanding the world with new fascinating alien races and cultures, showcases terrifying gambits on both sides of the conflict, and has adrenaline soaked action scenes that made me race through the book to learn more and find out what was going to happen.” – Nick Martell, author of THE KINGDOM OF LIARS
“This was one hell of a ride showing that Jeremy’s writing skills have evolved from Stormblood into something even more serious. Blindspace is the kind of book you want to read when you want brutal, space-faring action with aliens, devious enemies, found family and high stakes. Be prepared to wince, grimace and turn the pages quickly when you pick this up. It’s one hell of a ride.” – The SFF Oasis
“One of my favorite things about Blindspace is the way the character development and the group dynamics were handled. Szal does a great job of setting up believable conflicts between his characters, and there was a natural ebb and flow to the way the team worked together. In order to do this right, you have to start with great characters, and in this the author succeeds with flying colors.” – Books, Bones, and Buffy
“BLINDSPACE is that it not only builds on and considerably expands the initial story, but also improves upon it in truly significant ways. I was touched by the deeply personal moments, thrilled by the intense action, and mesmerized by what continues to be some of the coolest and most innovative technology and science I’ve come across.” – Out Of This World Reviews