ANNOUNCEMENT: The Newb, by Drew Seren

The Newb

QSFer Drew Seren has a new gay fantasy book out:

Friends don’t leave friends to die in dungeons!
Alan Gosling signed up to beta test Halfworld for a little extra cash. He got a lot more than he bargained for.
When disaster strikes, he’s got to fight to stay alive in both the digital world and the real one.

Even with the help of friends, Alan, aka Horc the Half Orc Ranger, isn’t sure if he can make it out of the game before his time runs out in the real world.

In beta testing, Halfworld still has a few bugs to work out, and without a wiki to give them guidance, Horc’s party doesn’t know what they’re getting into as they try to free the area around Stone Helm City from the grip of the Gnoll King. Can they level up and get enough power to take him out before Alan’s real-world problems become terminal?

If you’re looking for a rocking good time in a LitRPG adventure this is the book for you. Quests and dungeon focused, it’ll take you back to the fun of Dungeons and Dragons and World of Warcraft.

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Author Bio

Drew Seren was raised on a diet of science fiction, both in print and on the screen. He spent many nights watching Star Trek and Space 1999 with his father. Comic books were a main staple of his reading, and then when he was in high school he started reading Dragon Riders of Pern and quickly began devouring any science fiction he could, luckily his father had an extensive library at the time.

He started writing soon after that, letting writing help him make it through class. During college and his corporate life, Drew spent a lot of time writing to help him endure the mundane things that gnawed at him. Through his twenties and thirties, comic books and science fiction helped him survive.

To this day, he’s still reading as much or more than he’s writing. He’s also an avid gamer, playing first Dungeons and Dragons, and currently lots of World of Warcraft. He’s recently turned his attention to writing full time and exploring the vast galaxy through new and interesting eyes.

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