Red Sun Rogue, by Taylor Zajonc, available February 28, 2017
St. Louis, MO — Blank Slate Press, an imprint of Amphorae Publishing Group, announces Red Sun Rogue, written by Taylor Zajonc, will be published February 28, 2017. Red Sun Rogue is available for pre-order at retailers and online in paperback for $16.50 and as en e-book for $9.99. Red Sun Rogue is a thrilling adventure from the irradiated waters of Fukushima to flood-beset Tokyo metropolis and finally into the crumbling tropical remains of a secret Japanese research facility. It’s a story only a true adventurer can tell.
Explorer Club member, shipwreck expert, and avid world traveler, Taylor Zajonc’s real-life adventures nearly exceed those of his fictional counterparts. His fascination with exploration began when he joined a Russian expedition to the deepest archaeological site on the planet, descending nearly three miles into the abyss of the Bermuda Triangle aboard a Soviet-era submersible. When not writing or hunting long-lost shipwrecks, Taylor can be found at the dog park or training at his local CrossFit box. He loves hearing from people, so if you’d like to book a speaking engagement, ask a question, or send a note, please do so at email@example.com. Taylor is also on Twitter and Facebook. For more information visit his website at expeditionwriter.com.
Zajonc will be promoting his work through book signings and personal appearances in Portland where he lives. Look for additional promotions on this website, expeditionwriter.com, and on Facebook. Contact Taylor’s agent, Carrie Pestritto of the Prospect Agency at 860-810-4475 or Amphorae Publishing at 314-606-7981 for more information or to schedule an appearance.
About the Author
As a maritime historian and shipwreck expert, Taylor’s real-life adventures parallel those of his fictional counterparts. In addition to personally setting a deep-ocean depth record, his archival field research contributed to the discovery of some of the most incredible treasure shipwrecks in history, including a 110-ton trove of sunken World War II silver. He is a member of the famous Explorers Club; a former researcher for Odyssey Marine Exploration, a treasure-hunting company whose activities were featured on the Discovery Channel television show “Treasure Quest” as well as a number of specials; the Research Director for Endurance Exploration Group, which is expecting a substantial amount of media attention on their major projects this year; and also has the distinction of being a part of the first Titanic expedition to be accompanied by a marine archaeologist.