Still feeling like a newbie here, but it's Monday and my turn to report for duty. I'm having a fantastic time at CoyoteCon, and if any of you haven't dropped in there yet, set aside some time this coming weekend. The event has been amazing, and the organizers and participants are friendly and knowledgeable.
On the home front, I've got the new episode of Space Slugs up, an ongoing obsession with the new Espresso Book Machine, and my first release has hit the third party sellers. Roarke is a Science Fiction Romance published by Devine Destinies, and I'm going to take the moment on the stage here to plug it gently. :-)
by Frances Pauli
on Kindle and E-book
They have to be lying when they tell her she was dead. With no memory of her past, and no idea who she actually is, Nora has little options. Alone, and at the mercy of the Mercenary Defense Conglomerate, she searches for clues into her past, and the truth about her supposed demise.If she is a prisoner, robbed of memory and held against her will, then she must trust no one. If she has, in fact, returned from the dead, then who could possibly help her? Armed with only her wits and her inexplicably sharpened senses, she is forced to play along, to search for the holes in their story and to piece together the flashes of memory that serve only to taunt her.But the visions seem to confirm the impossible. The man who is supposed to be her fiancé seems bent on confusing her, and the one person she is desperate to be near may very well be responsible for her death. If the silent Roarke is her enemy, why do her visions draw her closer to him? And why, when nothing else seems remotely familiar, does Nora find herself remembering, or wanting to remember only him?
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