Interview with Author Ronald DeNardo

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Author Ronald DeNardo talks with host Patrick Morgan abour his book The Andromeda Incident.

The Andromeda Incident is a sci-fi fantasy novel about the disconcerted and mixed-up life of Emrys Myrddin Calyx, his adventures and misadventures in the twelfth and twenty-first centuries.

It describes how Emrys is born aboard the Starship Americus, to a weak-willed and somewhat frail Earthling father and a compassionate, black panther-like humanoid Myrddissian mother.

It also explicitly depicts how he, Emrys, is experimentally created double-sexed, a bio-genetic mutation allowing those born “that way,” to change sexes via a simple telepathic command. And how, despite being born that particular way, Emrys still experiences a very fulfilling and adventurous life.

 

R. J. DeNardo is a new tour de force, upcoming author. – Terry Lee Palmer, Artist

About the Author: The Andromeda Incident is R.J. DeNardo’s first novel. In 1990, he self-published a small book of poems and accompanying black-and- white photographs of Key West, Florida, where he lived for four years. This book is the culmination of a nearly one-year effort to develop it from an entry in his dream journal, then expanding it into a short story and finally into a full-length novel. He is currently writing his second novel, a sequel to The Andromeda Incident, titled: The Captain’s Propensity. The author is a wholistic therapist who resides and practices in Palm Springs, California.

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/RJDeNardo

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