As Michael W Lucas I write tech books. As Michael Warren Lucas I write SF, thrillers, mysteries, romantic suspense, and a bunch of other stuff.
Once you walk into the twisted imagination of Michael Lucas, you really won’t want to leave… – Kristine Kathryn Rusch, multiple Hugo award winning author of The Retrieval Artist
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Drinking Heavy Water and TLS Mastery are fresh out–not to mention the Networknomicon and Only Footnotes. Plus, there’s Cash Flow For Creators, which describes how I run my writing business and still pay the bills.
I just finished a first draft of git commit murder. A second edition of DNSSEC Mastery is the notes stage.
“One of the best technical writers in the networking and security environments.” – Midwest Book Review
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Lucas is one of those rare writers who can make nail-biter action and gut-wrenching drama dance together and not have either stepping on the other’s toes. – Rob Cornell, author of Darker Things