A2SO4 Employee continues as Published Author

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INDIANAPOLIS, IND. –  Local Project Manager, Kurt Sivilich, is experiencing continued success with his first novel, Guardian Angel and has now added the second novel, Soul Stealer, in the series. Published in early spring 2012, his second book is gaining recognition among readers.

In this second tale of the Guardian Angel series, it has been a year and a half since Michael was sent on his quest for redemption and things aren’t getting any easier.

As the assignments from Jacob continue to roll in, Michael teeters on the balance of becoming homeless once again and is still no closer to finding his path. But there’s no rest for the battered, world weary, and righteous; now a mysterious woman has stolen the soul of a person Michael was supposed to save and Jacob has told him he must track her down. To complicate matters, Michael begins to experiment with his powers and take on a self-made assignment that may jeopardize his redemption and begin his downward spiral into corruption.

At least his life isn’t boring; he has to save construction workers, little girls and drunken bikers, all while focusing on the most important goal – stopping the Soul Stealer at all costs.

Forthcoming in the series are Precious Possessions (additional titles). In total, Sivilich plans thirteen books in the Guardian Angel series.

A native of Pennsylvania, Sivilich is the son of Richard and Carolyn Sivilich of Orangeville, and is a 1987 graduate of Berwick Area High School. He is a project manager for A2SO4, an architecture and built environment firm in downtown, Indianapolis, Ind. He worked on the new Indianapolis Airport and Lucas Oil Stadium, two of the city’s three recent megaprojects. Sivilich was graduated from Kansas State University’s architecture. He is married to Anjanette and together they have two children.

Soul Stealer is available online from iUniverse.com, Amazon.com, and BN.com (Barnes and Noble) in hardcover, paperback and e-book formats. His book can also be ordered at various locations locally in Indianapolis.