“Adventure” is one of my favorite words. While my days are spent largely at a computer, I do like to have adventures. Whether it’s a hike on a mountain (which I did between starting and finishing this post), exploring somewhere new, learning something challenging, or reading a good story I’m all in on adventure.
That is reflected in a lot of my writing but very much so in my Hollow Earth stories.
This picks up right after the events of “The Rescue of Jules Verne” but it is a stand-alone story. It’s sits alongside a bunch of other great adventure stories in Explorers.
Since this story is part of an anthology, I don’t have a formal blurb for it yet but we can certainly qualify it as an adventure. After descending into the wilds of the Hollow Earth and rescuing Jules Verne, Marco Walker at first thinks he’s alone down there but soon finds out he’s is being watched, by someone or something…
The best part is there is a third Hollow Earth story that should be out by the end of the year (more details soon).
Here’s your links to adventure: