Author Feature: David Sloma

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Greyland by David Sloma

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Genre(s): Military, Science Fiction, Adventure

Description: “Leon Verdat thought he knew all there was to know about building underground tunnels and structures. His civilian contracting business was doing very well and his family was thriving. Then, he got a visit from a mysterious Man in Black and all that changed.

He was introduced to the world of black budgets and secret military underground bases; the work of the “shadow government” and the ultra-rich. Now, his life will never be the same again, if he survives…

There are a lot more things than he bargained for deep underground, and some of them have been here for a very long time.”

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About the Author

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Author David Sloma

From a young age David Sloma was a writer. The earliest story he can remember writing is one about a shark (no doubt inspired by the movie JAWS.) He wrote throughout grade school (won a Remembrance Day poetry competition), and high school, honing his writing and contributing to his high school newspaper. In university, he studied Creative Writing, contributing fiction, reporting, and comics to one of the campus newspapers, and also assisted with the layout. This is probably where he got the idea to start self-publishing his own books of poetry, which he did for several years, even getting them into local bookstores where they often sold out.

His first sale was a science-fiction short story called “Cyber” to AlienSkin Magazine. Since then he has completed several novels including the sci-fi adventures “Brainjob” and “Robot Town”, “Boi Meets Grl – a vampire story”, “Deathsun 2012”, several feature length and short screenplays, chapbooks of poetry, and various collections including short stories and non-fiction. He has given many live poetry readings, and was a runner-up in a “poetry slam” where he had to write a poem on the spot, to the given topic – talk about pressure!

He loved movies as a child (re: JAWS), and has vivid memories of being blown away by the original Star Wars movie in the cinema. His film and TV adventures include attending a film school, and being a screenwriter, producer, director, camera Op., editor, and sometimes actor. His work has been broadcast on major TV networks and specially channels. His documentary film “Liberty Village: Somewhere in Heaven” received a grant from the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), and is available online from Amazon.com as a DVD, instant download, or online rental (he produced, wrote, directed, co-shot and edited.) His short drama/comedy film “Me and Pollyanna” was distributed by Big Film Shorts, Los Angeles (he produced, co-wrote, directed, shot and edited). David’s entry in the Big Rock Beer “Eddies” commercial contest earned him an honorable mention (he produced, wrote, directed, shot and edited.) He’s even got IMDb.com credits! See his film site RockinFilms.com for more.

He strives to make the world a better place and prays that all beings will soon be at peace.

Connect with David Online:

Website – http://www.davidsloma.com/
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/dave.sloma
Twitter – http://twitter.com/David_Sloma
YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/user/RockinFilms
Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00CIC65S4

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