Wednesday, August 11, 2010

The Brigade Welcomes Jennifer L. Hart to the Ranks!

The Brigade would like to welcome Jennifer L. Hart to the ranks! She is a reader and a writer who "grew up on Star Trek TNG and [is] a rabid science fiction fan, especially in books." Her book Stellar Timing is currently out with editors and agents. I asked her to tell us a bit about her project.



Blurb for Stellar Timing.

When a man wearing blood-soaked armor begs her for sanctuary, Ellie McIntyre is sure her mind has snapped like a dry twig.  In the year 2059, poverty and stress have done much worse. What else could explain her ability to hear animals talk and the knack for communing with the wounded warrior inside her head?  One thing’s for sure, she needs to eject this sexy figment from her life, stat. 



Betrayed by those closest to him, Prince Brennigan was banished to the universal Hotel California, the penal colony called Earth. The only way to escape this fate worse than death is to befriend a portal-maker, a sorci who can open a gateway through time and space and return him to his home planet. Getting along with the magically inclined is not his forte—magic is the prevalent fungus at the root of his problems. Now the hope for his people, and his heart, lies with Ellie. Can an ignorant witch best an evil sorceress before this medieval times space opera’s final curtain? 

Jennifer's bio:



Jennifer L. Hart has tried on many accessories including early childhood educator, Navy wife, video store clerk, photographer and mother of two.  The “wife” and “mom” shoes got stuck and she found the hats of mystery writer and romance novelist are a perfect fit—and don’t clash. Jen’s works to date include The Misadventures of the Laundry Hag mystery series, the contemporary romance Worth the Wait and the romantic suspense novel River Rats. Up next is her Next Best Celler contest semifinalist novel Redeeming Characters, due for release in late 2010 by Passion in Print Press. For up-to-date information, and a few good laughs, please visit her website, www.jenniferlhart.com.

Let's give her a hearty, brigade welcome!

6 comments:

  1. Thanks, Lisa. I'm glad to be here! Gives me a break from amassing rejection letters ;-) And thank you Pauline for the stellar intro. Hey, I look good on paper ;-)

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  2. You are most welcome! the book sounds fun! Hope it finds a home soon!

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  3. Welcome! And good luck with your book!

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  4. Welcome, Jennifer! Always glad to have another cut-her-teeth-on-Trek member join our ranks. Congrats on your successes to date. A Next Best Celler semi-finalist! Wow.

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