Going with the momentum of my recent blog, I’m diving in.
After more than a year, I’m giving ad marketing another try. You, the reader, will be the beneficiary as Caught in Time, my first book in a series, will be offered for free through Freebooksy and Amazon tomorrow, May 26 through May 28.
Yes, Free. Free. Free.
The Alysia Series has eight books, but each one is a stand-alone with a different theme. Caught in Time is a time travel romance, A Dangerous Talent for Time follows a riddle quest, Cosmic Entanglement tells a starship academy story, Past the Event Horizon contains a spaceship adventure, Space Song deals with alien genetics, Touching Crystal involves an apocalyptic event, Someone’s Clone is the story of a clone in search of his identity, and Time’s Equation is a time-traveling murder mystery.
All are different, but connected along a timeline with interlocking relationships.
This is a limited-time opportunity, so dive in and enjoy the first of the series for free and find a whole world filled with science fiction adventure.
And, speaking of diving in, my science fiction reading suggestion for this blog is the Diving Series by Kristine Katherine Rusch. Kris is extremely prolific and writes in several genres under various pen names. This series is currently at ten books with a kickstarter that recently closed for more to be written.
The first book in her series is Diving the Wreck. I put off reading this series because I thought it was an underwater story … but no.
Her female protagonist, who insists on being called “Boss,” leads teams off-the-grid to salvage old abandoned spaceships. In the process of doing this, she encounters a 5,000 year-old military ship powered by an anacapa drive which folds space to enable a ship to travel immense distances, but when damaged can twist time.
… The perfect weapon to counter the powerful Empire that threatens her corner of space.
But not without life-threatening risks involved.
Interesting concepts and well-defined characters made this whole series an enjoyable read.
So… dive in.
And don’t forget that tomorrow, May 26, Caught in Time is free. This may be your week for great time travel stories.