Jack Bigsby is the founder of InfiniTech, a billion-dollar, innovative tech company–and now he’s dead. In the shadows of this empire, rapid changes are taking place, while even the most senior-level employees are blind to them. A top-secret initiative birthed from the most wicked of humanity is spoiling the once virtuous empire. Jack’s daughter, Claire, is in a firestorm of danger, and the corporation now has plans for her too. With a host of strong characters, some set on discovering the truth and reclaiming InfiniTech and some set on altering the world forever at any cost, Timothy Moonlight’s debut novel will keep you turning the pages until the most frightening of realities have come true. The Last Word, a unique thriller twisted with mystery, will truly leave the reader with chills, while whispering, “I never saw it coming.”
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RELEASE DATE: August 23, 2019
Special Pre-Order Price (available until August 23 only): $5.99
About the Author
Timothy Moonlight’s writing career started brightly more than two decades ago, but his life was filled with distractions. He is now dedicated to writing mystery thrillers with multiple twists that he hopes his fans never see coming. He realizes that every person, including himself, only has a certain amount of time, and he is now living out his best potential. His attention to detail and vivid imagination come together to create amazing stories that leave his fans cringing when alone, yet yearning for more.
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1. What is the main plot of the book?
It revolves around Claire Bigsby and a group of her friends and acquaintances inside InfiniTech. During her struggle with grief, she is suddenly thrown into a dangerous situation and she isn’t sure where it will lead. In the opening scenes, she discovers people she doesn’t know have a very clear interest in her and she doesn’t know why. Plus, there are problems inside InfiniTech, her late father’s company. Massive change is taking place and the people inside, corporate executives and other employees are starting to wonder about where this will all lead. I don’t want to give too much away, but I will say the story will compel you to keep turning the pages. You will have to find out why certain things are taking place inside the company. You will want to know why certain things are happening. It is a mystery thriller, one that you will be glad to have read. Take a look at my exciting book trailers, along with the synopsis, at my website: www.motivationbymoonlight.com.
2. What’s your favorite thing you have written?
This is a hard one and several things come to mind. There are several poems I have written in the past, “Journey”, “A Child’s Plea”, “Clinging”, and “Next to You” immediately come to mind. As far as blog posts on my website, my favorite is “Leap of Faith”. The Last Word, my novel, has a ton of scenes that I enjoy. What makes writing beautiful is that it comes from the heart. When you really write something that resonates with you, you’re really showing a little bit of yourself. Expressing your thoughts, sharing your emotions, or even a memory, can make a powerful impact on readers.
3. What’s your favorite thing that someone else has written?
Seize the Nightby Dean Koontz holds a dear place in my heart. The writing is superb and he is a masterful writer. If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend it, but you’ll have to start with Fear Nothing, since it is a sequel to that book. I think the setting has makes a serious impact throughout the novel along with the characters. It’s an overall great story.
4. What would you like people to know about being an Indie author?
Just because the publishing world has changed with the ability to self-publish doesn’t mean there isn’t a ton of hard work involved. You are responsible for everything. This is fine with me, but know this up front. Not only do you need a great story, you need an editor, you need to be completely dedicated to your craft and continually making yourself better. I spend hours each week learning grammar again. Yes, starting over is hard, but you have to better yourself continually. However, I love it. I love most things about this business. You are the writing team, you are the marketing team, you are everything. When you need help, be certain to ask. There are plenty of people who are willing to help along the way. Most importantly, do it only if you love it. You have to love what you do in life. If you’re in a career that you don’t enjoy, then you are wasting your time and doing a disservice to yourself. You only have one life and time is the most precious commodity. Find what you are passionate about in life and do it with all your heart and your life will be full of life and color.
5. Why do you write thriller/mystery fiction?
Honestly? It’s why I’m on the planet. It has been my passion, my drive, my dream for so long. I’ve known for years, years, that I am supposed to be an author churning out thriller fiction, but I let too many other things get in my way when I was younger. When I was 15, I wrote a novel. It took me a year to finish it. Then, as I started college, I started another novel, but between classwork, and my job, I didn’t have time to write. My dream of becoming an author was drifting high above me, like a balloon I had accidentally let go and was now out of reach. Time goes on, no matter if you’re on track with your own personal destiny or not. If too much time goes by and you’re not accomplishing the dreams you have in your life, they can begin to fade. Then, almost like a form of depression, you only think about the time you’ve wasted and that isn’t good. You need to think about what you can still accomplish and not just think about it, but act on it. That’s why I have motivational content on my blog.