Real quick, let's start with some writing updates:
A new Translocator short story (the first short in that universe!) is with my copyeditor now, which means it will be ready very soon. It's called "Panic at the Tomb" and it takes place between The Auriga Project and The Alien Element.
I spent the rest of this week working on content edits for a sci-fi mystery novel in a new series. The novel is done, I'm just trying to make it the best book possible. I'm also going to be writing three books in that series before releasing the first one, so I've got a busy summer ahead of me—but on the bright side, that means you'll get to binge-read all three books together, probably sometime in the fall.
For reading today, we have a science fiction space adventure with a sense of humor: Mission: Improbable by J.J. Green.
If you like light-hearted, feel-good science fiction, you'll love Mission Improbable.
Carrie Hatchett’s been a dog walker, ice cream seller and birthdaygram girl—the clean kind. All she wants is a proper job. But Transgalactic Intercultural Community Crisis Liaison Officer isn’t what she had in mind. And neither is saving the galaxy.
When a strange green mist sucks her beneath her kitchen sink, and an unusual clerical error leads to an offer she foolishly doesn’t refuse, Carrie reveals a threat to the entire galactic empire.
Has she bitten off more than she can chew?
See you next week with another SFF book,
- M.G. Herron
P.S. The Smart Summer Sci-Fi promo at BookFunnel kicked off today. Escape to space with free books and samples from 50 science fiction authors!
P.P.S. I'm extending the signed books giveaway another week to give everyone a chance to enter... Win a signed set of the Translocator Trilogy in paperback.
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