2015: “Arrogance and Unchecked Ego Threaten Humankind and the Planet in Exciting New Techno Thriller”
Foreword Reviews award winning author, Marshall Chamberlain follows up the first two books of his lauded Ancestor Series of adventure-thrillers, The Mountain Place of Knowledge and The Ice Cap and the Rift, with The Apothecary. The book is rapidly collecting unique accolades.
“Futuristic and mind-bending elements…The ending is…sheer genius, as is the plot twist…This novel has all the makings of a blockbuster film….”―Ms. Beth Bruno, past president of CT Author and Publishers Association
2015: “72-Year-Old Survivalist Joins Florida’s Long List of Unconventional Authors”
A “Foreword Reviews,” 1st Place Award Winning Author for 2013
FORT MYERS, Fla. — As a state known for its Stand Your Ground law, the “Face-Eating Zombie,” hanging chads and a giant talking mouse, Florida’s tradition of breeding wildly popular and unconventional authors should surprise no one.
The list of quirky best-sellers includes Ernest Hemingway and Marjorie Kinnans Rawling, and modern writers Carl Hiaasen, Harry Crews and Randy Wayne White. Emerging as the newest Florida favorite is a survivalist and Vietnam veteran who spent his first years here living aboard his 30-foot sloop, The Shard, anchored off Coconut Grove.
Marshall Chamberlain’s second novel, The Ice Cap and the Rift, (The Grace Publishing Group; October 2014), is the second in a trilogy, The Ancestor Series of Adventure-Thrillers.
2014: “New Book, The Mountain Place of Knowledge, Gives Readers a Genre-Bending Experience”
Marshall Chamberlain’s Genre-Bending Novel Explores ‘Plausible Reality’
FORT MYERS, Fla. – A new book, the genre-bending novel “The Mountain Place of Knowledge,” is the first in the Ancestor Series by author-researcher Marshall Chamberlain.
“It is often said that reality is stranger than fiction; indeed, investigations into history, culture and science itself are often testimonials to how counterintuitive reality can be – the Ancestor Series is inspired from this perspective,”
2013: “How to Be an Above-Average Man”
Former U.S. Marine Officer Offers Tips for Stepping Up a Man’s Game.
What kind of man did you think you would be as a boy? Are you that man, or are you even the guy you’d like to be?
Marshall Chamberlain, a man who has experienced life as a U.S. Marine Corps officer, businessman, husband, father, world traveler, boat dweller, writer and all-around adventurer says it might be time for you to step outside of your comfort zone and become one of the few and proud above-average men.
2013: “Veteran Marine Officer Shines Light on Vulnerability of U.S. Military Bases”
Tale Illustrates Very Real National Security Threat, Veteran Says.
FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla. – The worst attacks against the United States have occurred when most people didn’t see them coming, but there were some observers who had serious suspicions before such events, says Marshall Chamberlain, a disabled Marine Corp officer.
2013: “How to Make Life Interesting: Diversify Your Experiences”
Writer-Adventurer Offers Tips for Expanding Your Horizons
No matter your politics, religion or lifestyle, the maxim “all of life is a wager” is a reliable one, says Marshall Chamberlain, a self-described recluse and, by many standards, modern-day Renaissance man.