THE WILCO PROJECT *FREE* July 24 – July 26!!!
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In celebration of the The WILCO Project being optioned for film/TV, Solstice Publishing is giving away the Kindle version of the book for *FREE*. So tell your friends, tell your family, tell everyone you know about this *FREE* eBook. Oh yeah, did I mention the incredible price? *FREE*
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THE WILCO PROJECT won “Honorable Mention” in the 2005 Florida Writers Association Royal Palm Literary Awards in the “Unpublished Novel” category. The book was also selected as a “Semifinalist” in the 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. In June of 2010, Daniel signed a contract with Solstice Publishing and THE WILCO PROJECT was released in both eBook and print versions on Oct. 31, 2010. Shortly after release, THE WILCO PROJECT shot to the #1 mystery/suspense title (#10 overall) on Fictionwise.com.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY issued the following review of the book:
“THE WILCO PROJECT combines murder mystery with elements of a technological thriller, blending the genres in a deftly written manuscript. The author provides a gripping opening with a female college student murdered while playing a mysterious campus-wide game in the woods. Readers are soon introduced to the rest of the cast of characters: Dr Steven Archer, former Internet entrepreneur turned professor, who leads a team of young computer programmers in the creation of the ultimate cell phone game; Bobbi, a school reporter, determined to find out the truth about the murder, even if it means putting her own life in jeopardy; Jonathan Holden, creator of the game and all around cad; Patricia, the angry assistant on the team who is sleeping with the head of the wireless company, Larry Hershman; and finally, Peter, a techno-geek who is invisible. After Archer discovers that the dead girl is Jonathan’s ex-fiance, he realizes that the The Wilco Project is a game of hide-and-seek, in which players use the phone to locate and destroy enemies. As Archer finds himself investigating the first murder and a subsequent one, he is led down one path after another. While this plot is a new take on an old thriller genre, the author delivers a well-executed thriller.”