Ryan Southwick

Join Us for the (Virtual) Book Launch of “Angels in the Mist” by Ryan Southwick

Join us for the (virtual) book launch event for Angels in the Mist (The Z-Tech Chronicles Book One) by Ryan Southwick. Date: Jul 25, 2020 Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Register here for more information about the event: angels-in-the-mist/launch-event Angels in the Mist (The Z-Tech Chronicles Book One) is available now in hardcover, trade paperback, and digital editions. Signed editions are also available. Note: This event will be recorded for possible later use. By attending, you agree that your participation may be used for promotional or other purposes without compensation.

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New Book Release: “Angels in the Mist (The Z-Tech Chronicles Book One)” by Ryan Southwick

Angels in the Mist

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of Angels in the Mist (The Z-Tech Chronicles Book One) by Ryan Southwick. An ancient, powerful evil is loose in San Francisco. The heart of Silicon Valley must fight back the only way they know how — with compassion, unwavering determination, and, of course, super-technology. Anne Perrin is resigned to a life driven by an adolescent trauma: a strict routine, no socializing (outside of the safety of her waitressing job), and no romantic relationships. When her cautious lifestyle lets the perfect partner slip through her fingers, Anne vows she won’t let it...

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Ryan Southwick

We are excited to announce that we have officially signed a deal with author Ryan Southwick for his first three books in The Z-Tech Chronicles series. The planned titles and publication dates for his books are: Angels in the Mist (Book 1 of The Z-Tech Chronicles) – available Spring 2020. Angels Fall (Book 2 of The Z-Tech Chronicles) – available Summer 2020. Wrath of Angels (Book 3 of The Z-Tech Chronicles) – available Fall 2020. Ryan lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. When he's not obsessively writing, he's either programming or out in the field trying not to crash...

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