FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., April 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Last Khan, a new espionage thriller novel by Geoff Hammond was released this month and will offer journalists nationwide the opportunity to win $10,000 by participating in an essay contest about the intriguing "what if" concept woven throughout the novel.
Successful entrepreneur-turned-novelist, Hammond is hosting a $10,000 national essay contest for journalists -- both corporate and freelance. "Horizon Publishing is committed to inspiring talented writers and editors in the world of publishing," said Mark Blackburn, one of the publishers at Horizon Publishing.
The Last Khan is available online on Amazon.com. Writers may review contest guidelines and submit their essay at www.TheLastKhan.com by the deadline of June 30, 2012. The winner and the essay will be posted on the book's website on July 31, 2012.
About The Last Khan
The Last Khan is an espionage novel set in the near future, where the world's oil supplies have dwindled, the balance of power has shifted, and the search for alternative fuel sources -and world control- has become dangerous and deadly. The novel has been critically acclaimed by a White House and Congress National Columnist, as well as members of the Council for Emerging National Security Affairs.
About Geoff Hammond
Geoff Hammond is a successful entrepreneur. Although he has been writing for many years, The Last Khan is his first novel. Inexplicably, his extensive treatises related to business ventures and strategic misadventures somehow became the precursors for this seemingly ripped-from-the-headlines fictitious work. He and his wife, Jayne, divide their time between South Florida and Tennessee.
For more information about The Last Khan, please visit www.thelastkhan.com or contact Chantal Forster at 954.331.3911.
SOURCE Horizon Publishing