Don't Touch the Blue Stuff! (Where the Hell is Tesla? Book 2)
by Rob Dircks
Pub Date 28 Aug 2017
The sequel to the Audible Bestselling novel Where the Hell is Tesla? is HERE!
••• IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE ORIGINAL NOVEL, IT'S AVAILABLE ON NETGALLEY RIGHT NOW!!! •••
SOMETHING CALLED THE "BLUE JUICE" IS COMING. FOR ALL OF US.
Luckily, me (Chip Collins), Pete, Nikola Tesla, Bobo, and FBI Agent Gina Phillips are here to kick its ass, and send it back to last Tuesday. Maybe. Or maybe we'll fail, and everyone in the multiverse is doomed. (Seriously, you might want to get that underground bunker ready.) Either way, I've got to get home to Julie and find out... woah, I'm not about to tell you that right here in the book description! TMI.
WARNING: If you haven't read Where the Hell is Tesla?, I apologize in advance, as you might get completely freaking lost. If you do, just call my apartment, I'm usually around, and I'll fill you in. (If I'm not stuck in the ITA.) - Chip
A Note From the Publisher
••• If, in addition to the text story, you would like like a complimentary Audible code for the audiobook for review, please make your request via the contact page on Goldfinch Publishing (goldfinchpublishing.com/contact). Quantities limited. •••
Rob Dircks is the author of Where the Hell is Tesla? and The Wrong Unit, and a member of SFWA (Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America). His prior work includes the anti-self-help book Unleash the Sloth! 75 Ways to Reach Your Maximum Potential By Doing Less, and a drawerful of screenplays and short stories. He's a big fan of classic science fiction, and conspiracy theories (not to believe in them, just for entertainment. Well, mostly. He's still on the fence about the Illuminati.) When not writing, he's helping other authors publish their own work with Goldfinch Publishing, writing and designing for the award-winning ad agency he owns with his brother (appropriately called Dircks Associates), and generally doing what he calls "sampling": video production, audio production, app development, photography, guitar, reading, cooking. (Note the absence of the phrases "going to the gym" and "running iron-man triathalons.") He lives in New York with his wife and two kids. You can get in touch at www.robdircks.com.