First up is an interview with Author's Crossing, where you get some tidbits about me, and some tidbits about my SERENGETI:
I just finished J.B. Rockwell’s Serengeti, and a day later I am still in awe and blown away. We planned an interview and this is the time to do it! You’ll learn a little about Serengeti and then learn more about her as an author. Sit back and enjoy and DEFINITELY go BUY Serengeti!
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This one from Birds of a Feather, Flock Together really blew me away...
Since you all hang on each and every word I say, you surely remember when I said that I wanted something better than the standard six or seven, something outstanding.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you Serengeti.
Because it is outstanding. The main character is not a human, or alien, but the ship itself. If that doesn't send you scrambling to buy it, I don't know what to tell you. I suppose I would say that the execution is essentially flawless, because while the main character is a spaceship is the surest way to get my money, it is not a terribly easy thing to pull off.
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A real emotional book. Too much humanity created in a spaceship or warship for it's own good. If you haven't guessed, Serengeti is a spaceship/warship. She his part of a large armada trying to find the bad guys. At first she's on her own and we get to know some of her crew of over three hundred man and women.
Now understand, Serengeti isn't like the old Star Trek computer. Serengeti, the AI is in control of this ship. Other AIs are in control of ships in the armada and the armada command ship is called Brutus, a big hulking warship and AI.
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