//Three Infinity Authors Become ForeWord Magazine Finalists

Three Infinity Authors Become ForeWord Magazine Finalists

The widely read and highly regarded ForeWord Magazine recently announced that three Infinity published titles are 2007 Book of the Year Finalists in three different categories.  Congratulations to Will HutchinsonLarry Ketchersid, and Gary P. Jones.The winners will be announced at Book Expo America in June.Fiction-General: Follow Me to Glory, by Will Hutchison, is the story of Ian Carlyle’s mid-1800’s journey to becoming a warrior during Crimean War – the most mismanaged military campaign in British military history.  Mr. Hutchison is a graduate of Syracuse University, with twenty-six years as an officer in the US Army and Marine Corps. He resides in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where he pursues his writing and photography, with occasional consulting projects. He has written and lectured on military history internationally for over twenty years.

Science Fiction: Dusk Before the Dawn, by Larry Ketchersid, is the story about the actions of a meglo-maniacal genius who makes irrevocable changes to our world in one swift movement. Mr. Ketchersid is an entrepreneurial technologist, a martial artist, a writer, and a family man living in Tomball, TX.  He has degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics.

True Crime: Badge 149 “Shots Fired”, by Gary P. Jones, tells the true story of the Fort Lauderdale Police Department’s Tactical Impact Unit and their daring exploits during the 1970’s that made them so well-known and respected in law enforcement.  Captain Gary Jones retired from the Fort Lauderdale P.D. in 1993, after 26 years of service as a police officer. He and his wife, Pat, live in Tallahassee, FL.