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Banned in China June 16, 2015

Posted by rhoagenda in Rho Agenda Updates.
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Apparently Dead Shift was hitting a little too close to home for the Chinese Government censors.  Looks like that’s the only one of the six Rho Agenda novels to be banned from Amazon’s China site.

Banned in China

Banned in China

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1. Mark Brigham - June 19, 2015

It’s an Awesome book! I can’t wait for more!

rhoagenda - June 19, 2015

Thanks Mark.

2. xinli11 - June 28, 2015

The Chinese government is super sensitive about everything. They simply cannot condone anything which may even in the slightest way cast them in a negative light. If you are pissing off the Chinese government, chances are, you are doing something right. Keep up the good work.

rhoagenda - June 29, 2015

Thanks. They shouldn’t feel alone though. My books tend to have bad actors in every government, including the American government. It’s part of what makes storytelling fun.

3. Garry Fitzgerald - September 2, 2015

Hi Richard, I would just like to say these series of books have got to be some of the best Sci-fi books I have ever read. They were fast paced and almost impossible to put down. I read all six books within a week while on holiday. I especially liked where you made real some of the alien science that is in the book and is being researched today. From nanotechnology to quantum entanglement (loved the quantum twin communication idea by the way). Can you please tell me if you have any more of these books in the pipeline? I felt at a loss when I finished reading them. Anyway great work and please, please write some more

rhoagenda - September 2, 2015

Hi Garry. Glad you enjoyed them and thanks for reading my novels. I just finished the draft of my next Rho Agenda book which is Book One of the Rho Agenda Assimilation series and picks up right at the end of Wormhole. If you would like to have me push a free copy of the Beta Reader draft to your kindle I just need a couple of things:
1. Add my email ( richard.phillips@secondship.net ) to your Amazon.com account’s Approved Document Senders List
2. Send me your kindle’s email address ( something@kindle.com )
Thanks again.
Richard

Garry Fitzgerald - September 2, 2015

Oh great I would love that. Thank you


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