THE SOLAR WAR
BONUS CONTENT
A.G. Riddle
Thank you for reading The Solar War! I hope you enjoyed it. Feel free to drop me a line with any feedback or comments: [email protected].

- Gerry

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The Story Continues

Don't miss The Lost Colony--the sequel to The Solar War.

Eye of the Grid - Sketches


After a request from an audiobook listener, I've decided to include the diagrams of The Eye of the Grid (in the order they appear in The Solar War and the first four chapters of The Lost Colony). I drew these myself.








Expanded Author's Note for The Solar War


Dear Reader,

Thank you for reading The Solar War. When I began writing this novel, I intended for it complete The Long Winter series. But, as sometimes happens, the story had other plans. There will be a third and final volume in this (now) trilogy. The title is The Lost Colony, and it will be a novella (about 200 pages in print). Since it’s a shorter book, it will cost half of what The Solar War did.

I’ve always been committed to using the fewest number of words (and books) to tell a story. The Long Winter happened to take two and a half books. I hope you’ll stick around for the final installment. It will be a little more sci-fi in nature—more speculative—than the first two books. If that’s not your cup of tea, I understand that too.

As for things at home, the last year since my mother’s passing has been difficult but also quite healing. Life will never be the same, but that’s simply the way life is.

We’re under construction on a new home which I hope will be a great place for the kids to grow up (and for their father to write and return fan mail). You can follow the progress 


- Gerry

Raleigh, North Carolina
10 May 2019
Writing as A.G. Riddle