Thursday, March 30, 2023

New Release: Earth Force (Relict Legacy Book 3) by Shemer Kuznits

Congratulations to Shemer Kuznits on the release of his science fiction RPGLit novel Earth Force (Relict Legacy Book 3)
Earth Force (Relict Legacy Book 3)
by Shemer Kuznits
March 30, 2023
Genre: Galactic Empire Science Fiction, science fiction, Post-Apocalyptic
The conclusion of the best-selling trilogy!

The name of the culprit behind Earth’s Calamity has finally been revealed, and it's one feared by all: Eater of Worlds.

As the spearheads of humanity, it's now up for Unity and her crew to search for the means to thwart the inevitable ending, but for that, they’ll also need the support of every surviving human on the planet.

And that's not so easily accomplished.

Even as doom creeps closer, the majority of the remaining population still struggles against the endless hordes of mutated monsters. Before facing the ultimate threat, the crew must find ways to uplift the rest of humanity and reclaim their planet.

Only then will the human race stand a chance against the final apocalypse.

About the Author:
Shemer has been a fan of Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and RPG games since the early 80’s.

In 2016 he started writing his first novel: Life Reset which turned into a 6-book series with its grand finale published in 2021. Each book in the series became an Amazon bestseller.

In 2019 Shemer quit his day job as a software developer to become a full-time author and released his second series: Earth Force, a sci-fi series consisting of a 2-book arc. Shemer hopes to garner enough community awareness and support to start writing the second arc. 

As an avid gamer, a D&D dungeon master, and Navy veteran, Shemer has a wealth of life experience to draw on for his writing. His books always include elements of kingdom/settlement development where the protagonist is forced to carve out a new place for themselves in the face of adversity.

Shemer spends his days writing and his nights fighting crime (well, mostly convincing his kids to go to bed, which is very similar).

Shemer also enjoys writing about himself in the third-person and hopes you find his work enjoyable.

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