Welcome Cyrus Keith, Author of The Nadia Project

Before I introduce Cyrus Keith, I would like to say I’m in the middle of reading Becoming Nadia, Book One of the Nadia Project, and relishing every word. What Cyrus has in common with Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein, informally known as the “Big Three” of science fiction writers, is his ability to ask the deeper questions of life — such as who or what is God, why are we here, what does it mean to be human, and why is life worth living — while writing one helluva scifi story. He, like the three writers I previously mention, take the art of science fiction writing and catapult it into timeless literature, using the tools of a ‘what if’ future and remarkable talent. I am very proud to belong to the same publishing house as this fine writer. Without further adieu, Mr. Cyrus Keith. ——————Happy new year, everyone. I just got back from one of those things that make up what we call “life” around the Keith Household. One question I get quite often is something along the lines of, “How do you find time to write, with everything else going on?” Well, to tell the truth, sometimes I wonder myself. I work full time and serve as a musician on my church worship team. Somewhere in this eclectic mix, I have to be a dad and a husband, and up to last year, I was also an assistant scoutmaster for my younger son’s boy scout troop and children’s’ minister. In between all of that, I managed to write two novels, one of which has been selected as a finalist for Best Thriller at EPICon as well as a Preditors and Editors’ Top Ten Finisher for Best Thriller novel. The sacrifices a writer’s family make to help…

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