Secret Stacks podcast interviews The Silent Invasion

Larry Hancock and Michael Cherkas were recently interviewed on the Secret Stacks podcast to promote the release of Dark Matter, Book 4 in the series. Episode 64 went live on October 26, 2021.

The podcast is primarily aimed at librarians in the USA, but can be enjoyed by anyone.

To find out what Hancock and Cherkas have to say about their latest book, click the link here https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/20939198

Meanwhile… Watch the skies!

THEY….. are… out… there!!

Michael Cherkas and Larry Hancock

For more information on The Silent Invasion click here.

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You can find Larry’s previous blog posts here

And posts by Michael Cherkas, here

Author: Larry Hancock

Larry Hancock is a professional accountant living in Toronto, Canada. Along with Michael Cherkas he has created several comic books/graphic novels including The Silent Invasion, Suburban Nightmares and the Purple Ray. Larry Hancock was born in Toronto in 1954 and has been a science fiction fan ever since discovering Andre Norton, Alan E Nourse and Robert Heinlein in the children's library. He has been a dedicated comic book fan for just as long. As a professional accountant (CPA CA), he has many clients in artistic fields - writers, artists, animators, films. However, counter to the view of accountants as boring, he has written graphic album/comic books The Silent Invasion and The Purple Ray with Michael Cherkas and Suburban Nightmares with Cherkas and John van Bruggen. It should be noted that, while the credits on Amazon and other sites often list Larry as the writer and Michael as the illustrator, Larry and Michael plot their work together, with Larry supplying the scripting and Michael the drawings. While still an avid fan of science fiction, in recent years Larry's reading has turned much more to British crime novels. In recent years, Larry's vacations have taken him further afield, to Costa Rica, Peru, Kenya, Madagascar, Indonesia, Egypt, Jordan, Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet.

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