IN CELEBRATION OF COLORIZING 8 KINDLE “SUPERHERO BLUE KNIGHT” EPISODES, THE FIRST WILL BE FREE FOR 5 DAYS!

Beaverton, Oregon, March 29, 2017 –   Color now sets off chapter titles, section headings and other important aspects of the story.

“SUPERHERO BLUE KNIGHT Episode I- Birth of a Superhero” also boasts many color images.

Superhero Blue Knight is the alternate identity of Roger from Nebraska who has come to Chicago to seek his destiny.  As Blue Knight, he goes forth in the tradition of earlier armored champions and according to vows of conduct.  He uses his extraordinary powers to confront adversaries and rescue people in danger.

His major test in this episode is a confrontation with The Artiste, who has settled himself aboard a dark ship on Lake Michigan.  He demands significant ransoms for some of the world’s most precious sculptures that he has stolen.  He is a wily adversary for our new champion but Roger/Blue Knight is determined to return the unique figures to their original locations and to apprehend the The Artiste

Much more happens as Roger endeavors to integrate himself and establish relationships with all of the other guests at Rosie’s rooming house.  There is also coverage of the events that establish Roger as the alternate identity of Superhero, Blue Knight.  This is just the beginning of what awaits in the succeeding 7 episodes.

FREE entry into the fantastic world of Roger and Blue Knight begins on Sunday, April 2nd but only for 5 days.  Don’t miss out.  It will be available at Amazon.com. Just enter “Allen Pollens books” in the Amazon product search window.  “Superhero Blue Knight Episode I” will be shown along with the other 7 episodes and coverage of  more than 12 other books Allen Pollens has authored.

Allen Pollens has always had two personas.  There is the tinkerer who always wanted to know, “How does it work?” That one became a graduate engineer and led a high-tech work life for more than forty years.  Then there is the storyteller, Allen Pollens, who was spinning tales from the time he was a child.

Contact: Allen Pollens / 503-407-2850 / alpollens@comcast.net

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Allen Pollens has always had two personas. There is the tinkerer who always wanted to know, “How does it work?” That one became a graduate engineer and led a high-tech work life for more than forty years. Then there is the storyteller, Allen Pollens, who was spinning tales from the time he was a child. Allen Pollens has published more than twelve books. All are available at Amazon.com.
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