The Euphoria Z Series, Book Three
Publisher: Luke Ahearn
Date of Publication: April 25, 2016
Number of pages: 194
Word Count: 56,200
Transition is the third book of the Euphoria Z Series set in a post-apocalyptic California.
The post-apocalyptic world is in transition. While things may seem safer, a great danger lurks under the surface and sometimes from above.
What does the Island have to do with the state of the world, and the invisible creatures? New threats arise and evil is tracked down. Will this finally be the end for Ben and his psychopathic lifestyle?
Continue the adventure as we find out what happened to Cooper, Lisa and the others.
Luke Ahearn was born in New Orleans, LA and now lives in Central California. He is a successfully published author of both fiction and nonfiction, most recently completing Transition, the third book in the Euphoria Z Series. He has over 20 years of professional game development experience in lead positions; designer, producer, and art director.
Luke is also a book cover designer interested in supporting his fellow authors. He hates writing about himself in the third person, but thinks it makes him sound more substantial.
He can be reached at www.LukeAhearn.com
Please welcome Transition author Luke Ahearn to Diane’s Book Blog.
How long did it take you to write Euphoria Z?
I wrote the first draft of Euphoria Z in about a month. I wrote for about six to eight hours a day. It took another several months to get beta readers to read it and then to incorporate their feedback.
Who or what inspired you to be a writer?
I feel that it was always something in me. I remember asking my dad why he didn’t write a book when I was five or so. It always seemed like something I could do if I wanted to. When I read the Hobbit I knew I wanted to be a writer.
What is your typical day like?
I get up around 6 AM and have breakfast with my wife and best friend (it’s the same person). We are usually at our desks by 7:30. At least once a week I go off after lunch and sit in my truck in some random spot and write for 4 to 8 hours.
How do you overcome writer’s block?
I don’t get it. I’ve written on the subject because I know why I don’t get writer’s block. If you are interested I have a book on Amazon. http://a.co/i2zvA3x
What do you prefer paperback, hardcover, or eBooks?
eBooks! Sure, I love the feel of old books and I love libraries, but for reading there’s nothing better than having my library in my hand. Not needing a book light, or any light, and having internet access is awesome. Being able to define words, bookmark places, take notes. It’s incredible.