Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Planting Your Flag (Author Web Presence) On the Web

 Image credit: NASA

“Where do I plant my flag (set up my author web presence)” is one of the questions I see come up again and again on author loops. What usually follows is a lively discussion about where to set up. Rarely do I see authors talking about what. What are the “must haves” for a solid author web presence?

Much of your web content will be decided by your goals as an author, by the needs of your writing business. An author that writes both fiction and non-fiction will have different content than authors who write only fiction or only non-fiction. The more diverse your writing, the more challenging it will be to clearly establish your author brand. Just like the covers of your book, your web layout and design should provide cues and clues to what you write. So that is the first question to ask yourself:

What do I want visitors to know when they arrive?

Beautifully designed websites that don’t answer this basic question can cause visitors to click away without exploring further. While my website isn’t the sassiest out there, visitors to my site will quickly discover that I’m an author who writes fiction. Because I write in several genres (a branding nightmare), my tagline is simple and brand-inclusive: Pauline’s Perilously Fun Fiction.

I tried doing fun things with my navigation and realized that confusing readers about where to find out more was not in my best interests. So my navigation is simple and based on this question:
How do I help readers find out more about me and my books?

I found this article on Dear Author to be very helpful. It was written in 2006, so all the information is not relevant in this fast-changing, internet world. I took what fitted into my business plan and brand and integrated it into my website. At the very least you should have:
  • A complete list of books (and I still maintain a printable list, in case a reader wants to carry it to the library or bookstore) 
  • Book order/availability/formats available 
  • Excerpts and/or extra or free content
  • Where to buy and what formats are available 
  • What’s next and sign-up for ezine (Mine is for release information only, but some authors do weekly or monthly ezines)
  • Bio (depending on your business goals, you should have 2-4 bios in varying lengths)
  • Contact info 
  • Social media/blog links
The second level of information, which also depends on your business goals, is your press area. In my press room I have:  
  • Two bios (should have more) 
  • Links to larger cover art files 
  • Links to photos of me that can be used 
  • Permissions information for cover art/photo usage by blogs and press 
  • Press kit (what this includes is dependent on your business goals. A good resource for a press kit is Joan Stewart)
One thing Dear Author mentions is that key information should be no more than two clicks away. They also hate sites that are too cute, too busy or use backgrounds that make the text hard to read.
And last, but hardly least, it’s better to have no site than one that is never up-to-date. Don’t be like the NASA moon mission and leave your flag alone and lonely. Like the worlds where we set our books, keep your web “world” well populated.

What content do you consider key for your website? As a reader? As an author?  Pet peeves and pet loves?

Pauline Baird Jones is the award-winning author of sixteen novels of science fiction romance, action-adventure, suspense, romantic suspense and comedy-mystery, as well as releasing several short story anthologies. Girl Gone Nova and Out of Time were EPIC Book Award winners. Her eighth novel, The Key won an Independent Book Award Bronze Medal (IPPY) for 2008 and is a 2007 Dream Realm Awards Winner. With the closing of L&L Dreamspell, Pauline has opted to independently publish. Core Punch is her latest release and the first book in her new Uneasy Future series. Originally from Wyoming, she and her family moved from New Orleans to Texas before Katrina.

You can find her at the following places: Website   Blog   Facebook   Twitter  Google+ LinkedIn Goodreads Amazon Author Page


Thursday, March 26, 2015

SFRB Recommends 36: The Key by Pauline Baird Jones #sfrom #scifi #romance

When Sara Donovan joins Project Enterprise she finds out that what doesn't kill her makes her stronger. An Air Force pilot - the best of the best to be assigned to this mission - Sara isn't afraid to travel far beyond the Milky Way on an assignment that takes her into a galaxy torn apart by a long and bitter warfare between the Dusan and the Gadi. After she's shot down and manages to land safely on an inhospitable planet, Sara encounters Kiernan Fyn - a seriously hot alien with a few secrets of his own - he's a member of a resistance group called the Ojemba, lead by the mysterious and ruthless Kalian. Together they must avoid capture, but can they avoid their growing attraction to each other? A mysterious, hidden city on the planet brings Sara closer to the answers she seeks - about her baffling abilities and her mother's past. She has no idea she's being pulled into the same danger her mother fled - the key to a secret left behind by a lost civilization, the Garradians. The Dusan and the Gadi want the key. So do the Ojemba. They think Sara has it. They are willing to do anything to get it. Sara will have to do anything to stop them

I read this while reading through the Nebula Nights collection. Having read an extract, I wished to read the whole book. I was not disappointed.

Pauline has a sense of humour I love, which comes through clearly in this story. Given some of the tough situations the main characters, and particularly Sara, find themselves in, the humour did much to lighten up what could have been a rather dismal read.

The romance is good, and I loved the SF side of the story too. It all worked together, and the worldbuilding (or civilisation deconstruction?) is fascinating. A tale with a relatively simple premise, but some feisty characters that flesh it out. Not to mention the creepy creeps (villains).

A good read, or as I've classified it in my head, space romp.

Author site: Perilous Pauline

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Lessons In Writing

by M T McGuire

Thinking about what to write for this post, I started wondering, why I write what I write and what big lessons I have learned, that I can share with you today, so that you don’t have to!

Plan the way that suits you.

Do what works for you: I tend not to plan in detail. I do sketch out scenes before I write them down but I don't usually write them in order, indeed, when I start I seldom know where a scene is going to go in the grand scheme of things. On the one hand, this approach works well for me because I don't have to plan, or think too far ahead. On the down side, I have to remember a long way behind. The solution is the timeline.

These days I draw complicated mind maps in the back of note books. Ideally, I'd have a huge spread across the drawing room wall, like a crime investigation office. However, for some reason, my husband seems to be very against that idea. I can’t think why.

Helpful Thing One then: Make a timeline. Even if I don't know where the events I've written are going to go, with a time line, I can, at least, start to understand where they might slot in and more importantly, if they can't.

Genre Mash without fear.

Yes, another traditional no-no this one. Well ... this is the Science Fiction Romance Brigade so that's a double right off. I think I can safely say we mash genre here. But, I've never understood why it's considered imperative a writer keep to one. It's so unrealistic for starters. Nobody in life does just one thing. That said, having written a series of four humorous science fiction fantasy action adventures - with a dash of clean romance in books 2, 3 and 4 - I do appreciate that can be quite difficult to track down such a wide market when you come to flog the thing afterwards. If you are an indie writer, you have to sell your work so targeting it is good, but failing that, if you can sell something you love with conviction that's got to help too.

Helpful Thing Two then: if writing for specific markets isn't working out, writing what you'd like to read is the second best thing.

Keep focused.

The last most important thing: avoid looking at others and comparing them to you! There are many folks doing exceedingly well by writing lots of books and bringing them out monthly. I am in awe of them but not everyone is such a literary titan. We all write at different speeds and we all have different circumstances. The speed I write, well ... glaciers overtake me and I eat a LOT of snail and tortoise dust. At first it got me down and I thought of giving up. Then I realized that I'd never finish if I waited for an opportune moment to start. I dived in but soon realized I needed to set realistic goals within my own personal circumstances.

So the third Useful Thing: writing has taught me to be realistic with myself about targets, measuring progress and deadlines If you set realistic deadlines, you’ll always meet them.

Thank you so much for letting me post here today!

M T McGuire writes books... very slowly. These include a complete series of four books: the K’Barthan Series and almost three quarters of another book due out in 2016. Her first book, Few Are Chosen, K'Barthan Trilogy: Part 1 is free, everywhere and her second book is free to anyone who signs up to her mailing list.

M T McGuire on the internet:

Website: www.hamgee.co.uk

List of books on her site: www.hamgee.co.uk/books (The science fiction romance ones are the K’Barthan Series.)

List of books/author pages on retail sites:

Amazon (wherever you are): http://Author.to/MTMcGuire

Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/16oqU5K

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/24556

Wednesday, March 18, 2015


The SFR Brigade celebrated its Fifth Anniversary
on Wednesday, March 18th!

Thanks to those who joined us for our Facebook Event chat, games, quizzes, and giveaways from over 40 authors. We really enjoyed the opportunity to interact with our readers and fans.
A great time was had by all!

Here's to our next 5 years.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Getting A Custom Book Cover

by S.A. Hoag

With my first novel getting close to being online, I had to figure out a few things - the cover being an important issue. Having scrolled through hundreds of books in the same genre I noticed a lot of stock covers in use and knew I didn't want that. A fabulous internet friend (hi EJ!) who happens to be a couple books ahead of me on the internet learning curve has offer invaluable advice. She said a custom cover was the way to go.
After a bit of research I connected with an artist, Joe Kawano. We emailed, we did some PMs, and things got moving. This is the very first sketch.

Joe made sure to explain how the process progresses and that this was a mock-up for him to work from. The finished cover would look pretty much nothing like this.
Stage Two!

After some personal glitches on both ends and getting through the holidays, we got around to some more PMs and polishing the details.

This Monday, I received an email from Joe with this picture attached. He is taunting me!

So very close. In the meantime I've been lining up the other things I need to get this project finished. If I have any advice to offer as a first-time novelist or to anyone new to publishing online, I'd say do your research. Find out what's involved. Get ahead of yourself. Do the 'impossible'. I should have gotten to some of the details sooner, but I didn't know. You can learn something new every day.

'The Vista' is almost a reality now. While I've been concentrating on this, I've also got the rough draft of a prequel about half finished. It will be a novella and promises a few surprises. So, let me introduce you to the world of 'The Vista'.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~


Team Three has a secret, one they think they've kept from all but a select few colleagues. They couldn't be more wrong.

Allen, MacKenzie and Wade are Vista Security's top officers, part of the first generation post-WW3. Their secret - they are genetically enhanced and psychically connected. Hidden away in an enclave in the Rocky Mountains, they're also at the forefront of the movement to see what's left of the outside world.

As they attempt to learn the truth, their presence makes them targets of a vicious renegade with the means to destroy everything they know. Facing exile or worse, Team Three has short time to figure out who is enemy, who is friend and how to save their home and themselves.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Excerpt from 'The Vista'

A storm moved in after nightfall, the rain almost ice as it fell from a black sky. No thunder, sparse lightning and that was the worst part of it – the broken, eerie silence between downpours. Shannon didn’t like being in the city for any reason. Twice a week, four months a year she was anyway. It was her job. They might say ghosts weren’t real, but most of ‘them’ had never spent a night in the long dead place. Sometime after midnight, she gave in and headed for home.

Crossing the Continental Divide, the rain turned to snow, huge white flakes splattering on the windshield and not melting. The road was mostly clear. Static on Shannon’s radio was thick, but moments later, she understood two words. Code Seven. Active aggressive incident outside the outer perimeter, but active aggressive still. She kicked it into overdrive and came down the mountain full tilt, pushing the car and pushing her luck on a road known to devour Scouts.

Then the outer marker merely went ‘blip’ as she passed it. If there was an alert, proximity warnings would have gone off all over Security. Alarms should be sounding in Dispatch and her car. She stared at the radio for a moment, realizing what she had stumbled in to.

Wargames. The call-out wasn’t real.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~


I knew before I got to high school that I wanted to write books. I did, too, dozens of short stories I thought someday I’d turn into novels. Oh, how I wish I had those spiral notebooks full of wild ideas and teenage musings.

I still have the ideas of many of those stories – some of them make me cringe. A few will become something more as I add books to my list of those that are published.

For now, I live in the desert and many nights, in between writing and sleep, you can find me out watching the stars. It’s dark, out here in the desert and I can see so many stars that weren’t there before. I make time to write now. The tiny seeds of stories demand that I write them down.

I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoy creating them.

Monday, March 16, 2015

Everyone's Invited - The SFR Brigade House Party #scifi #romance #sfrb

Happening this Wednesday on Facebook - over 40 science fiction romance authors chatting, playing games and offering giveaways. Drop in, pull up a virtual chair and enjoy!

You're invited to the SFR Brigade House Party, a celebration of our 5th anniversary!

When: March 18, 2015
12 noon EST - 12 midnight EST
Where: Facebook

The party will be packed full of fun! Here are some of the festivities you can look forward to:
* Chat with authors
* Giveaways
* Meet 'n' greet with fellow readers
* Informative posts about sci-fi romance
* Topical discussions
* Interactive activities


Thursday, March 12, 2015

SFRB Recommends 35: The King's Mistress by Rachel Leigh Smith

Freedom has a cost. Can A’yen pay it without losing his soul?

Liberation of the enslaved Lokmane begins with the king. A’yen and Fae agree to visit the Hidden, a group of escaped Lokmane, to protect his identity while the Shadows make their move with emancipation acts. But he's not prepared for the prejudice rampant in the Hidden, or their lack of patience for him. And his new linked bodyguard is unstable to the point A'yen fears for the young man's sanity.

Upon returning to Titan, A'yen is kidnapped and taken to the largest breeding farm in the galaxy. This time he'll be himself even if it kills him. His resolve to unite his people grows as he wonders if he'll live long enough to do it.

With A'yen kidnapped, Fae returns to the Lokmane homeworld seeking the final pieces of what happened two thousand years ago when they were conquered and enslaved. Getting as far away from her father as possible is the only way to keep her from disappearing too.

Separated by light years, A'yen and Fae have to stand alone and fight for their right to live in freedom. No matter the cost.

Book Two in the A'yen's Legacy series, this book picks up soon after My Name is A'yen ends. Rachel does a skilful job of expanding the scope of the series as well as exploring existing characters' depths. New characters are also introduced, and they settle pretty easily into one's heart. Well, the *nice* characters, that is...

I find Rachel's books an excellent exploration of just how inhuman humanity can be, but she manages to infuse the darkness (and need I mention, pain?) with hope and plenty of surprises. With this book especially, it was a challenge to see just how the story would or could resolve into anything remotely resembling a "happy ending", whether that be HFN or HEA. 

These books are ones I can easily immerse in, and coming back to the real world is a challenge. Great stuff.

Author site: Rachel Leigh Smith | Romance for the Hero Lover

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

My Five Guidelines for Writing a Successful Series

by Corrina Lawson

I naturally write series books.

I suspect it’s because I loved reading series when I was growing up. From Walter Farley’s Black Stallion, to Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan books to J.R.R. Tolkien’s work, and eventually to Anne McCaffrey’s Pern and Lois McMaster Bujold’s Vorkosigans, when I loved something, I wanted more.

As I revised my “Books” page on my website recently, I realized that there are now six stories in my Galaxy Award-winning Phoenix Institute series and I have ideas for several more. I decided if the series was to continue, I needed to codify my guidelines for keeping the stories fresh and fun. Here are my top five:

One: Never hold back anything for the next book.

If the story requires something to happen, let it happen. Don’t think “wait, if I do that, I can’t use X character for the next book” or “hey, let me save that big fight for the next book…”

No. Treat every book as if it might be the last book. Resolve the elements that need resolving in this particular story. If you need to kill off somebody, kill ‘em. If you need to give a character a happy ending and send them off into the sunset, do that. Give your readers an emotionally satisfying catharsis. Don’t make them wait until the next one.


When building your storyverse, always keep in mind that many other people besides your characters will be living in it.

Filmmakers do this with production and art design, creating the spaces for the actors to live in. Don’t neglect this even if your books are contemporary.

Don’t overthink it, either. It’s not necessary to put every element of what you’ve imagined in your story. Sometimes it’s enough to just toss off lines about untold adventures, as Watson was wont to do in Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes tales. Sometimes it’s making sure your spaceport contains separate spaces for military and civilian vessels.

But always consider how your characters live in their world, even the minor ones.

Three: Don’t let your series characters overwhelm the characters of any particular story.

You know readers loved the hero and heroine of the first book but you’re working on the second story and they just don’t fit. That’s okay. It’s nice if other series characters are useful and integral as supporting characters but if they’re not essential, they drag your story down. Your readers were hooked on the first book because they loved the story. Give them another great story and they’ll come back. (I have a favorite character that I keep writing out of stories because he threatens to take them over. No! Back to your HEA!)

Four: Each book should be, as much as possible, an entry point into your series.

I’m one of those weird people who will read a series out of order. I just received an omnibus volume of Steve Miller and Sharon Lee’s Liaden Universe. The three books inside are recent but I had no trouble walking into their wonderful world. If I had to start at the beginning of the Liaden stories(there must be over 20!) I would despair. But they made it easy for me to walk through the door. How to do this? One of my tricks is to use beta readers who haven’t read the other books. (Yes, George R.R. Martin is an exception to my “rule.” There are always exceptions, which is why I call these guidelines. )


Mix up the kinds of stories told in each book.

Phoenix Rising is a classic “becoming a hero” story. Phoenix Legacy is a dark redemption tale. Ghost Phoenix is my international adventure story inspired by Indiana Jones adventures. Phoenix Inheritance brings the focus back to the very personal. And the two novellas featuring Al and Noir, Luminous and Ghosts of Christmas Past, are my urban fantasy ala Batman tales.

I’m reasonably certain that my author voice comes out in each story . I’m equally sure readers are going to find common elements that, as the author, I never notice. But I get bored writing the same plot, over and over. I bet readers get bored with similar plots too. As long as I don’t genre-hop too widely and start adding elements that won’t fit (I doubt spaceships carrying aliens will ever show up at the Phoenix Institute), I’m guessing that readers appreciate some variety.

As for the next book?

I sense it’s time for reckoning with my current bad guys.

Time for the big, fiery, world-changing confrontation and a reset of the board.

Because maybe that’s bonus rule six: Don’t get stale. Up the stakes every so often.

Monday, March 9, 2015

SFR Brigade Library Updates

All Hands On Deck!

You know the drill, Brigaders. You've been busy writing new space adventures for us to read and that means we need to get the library organized to show off your best work. We love to have our authors listed, and we love to share the library with new SFR readers who don't know where to start. So help us out and send your titles in today! 

Send Liana an email with the following information:

Genre: Action/Adventure, Anthology, Comedy, Cyberpunk/Speculative, Military, Near Future, Paranormal, Simply Romance, Space Opera, or Not Romance
Heat Rating: Sweet (fade to black), Hot (sex on screen), Erotic
Author Name: 
Buy Link: a link to your website or some other page featuring the book
Release Date: For new books or any books coming out between now and August 3rd, 2015

liana . brooks1 at gmail dot com

If you send an email and don't get a response you can track Liana down on Twitter. Look for @LianaBrooks and tell her to check her spam folder.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Future Morals & Rules of Decorum by Pippa Jay

Hi, I'm Pippa Jay - author of scifi and the supernatural with a romantic soul. When you choose a female demon notorious for seducing men in order to steal their health - even their life - as a template for your heroine, the idea of her having any kind of morality doesn't seem logical. Especially when you then make her a genetically-enhanced assassin whose method of dispatch is to kill those she seduces.

From Wikipedia - “Morality (from the Latin moralitas "manner, character, proper behavior") is the differentiation of intentions, decisions, and actions between those that are good or right and those that are bad, evil or wrong.”

One of the things I wanted to explore with my scifi romance Tethered was the question of morality. Specifically, sex and physical relationships between two fundamentally opposing future societies, despite them sharing a common ancestry. With rape culture, the questioning of the exact definition of consent, and the persistence in victim blaming and shaming an everyday occurrence in our modern society, you have to wonder about current day morality, and if it will ever get any better.

When I first began the story, all I had was the idea of using a supernatural being, a succubus. Since a succubus is a man-seducing demon, it followed that she wouldn't have the same morality as we'd recognize it, perhaps. What's more, I made my succubus heroine an assassin, one who kills through sex, so at least her targets are unresisting and 'die in ecstasy'. (there might also be a little Xenia Onatopp from GoldenEye, James Bond - in Tyree's inspirational make-up)

In Tethered, the central characters express two very differing views on sexual morality and physical relationships/boundaries between partners. For Tyree, it's almost impossible for her to have any hang ups or morals when it comes to sex. By her very nature, she considers it such an essential part of her being that she doesn't believe she can behave in any other way, and sees nothing wrong in it. Tyree actually revels in her ability to seduce her victims and make them die in ecstasy. It's not just what she does, it's all about what she is. And since all her race are clones, there’s no need for sex for procreation, though sometimes it’s done for sheer release among their own kind. To the Inc-Su (Tyree’s people), love is a weird, weak thing that only humans suffer from.

Zander, by contrast, is human. In this futuristic society, most humans follow a set of guidelines known as the Rules of Decorum. It governs how they dress, how they present themselves, and even how they enter relationships: particularly the sexual side. For one thing, there's no rape. Consent must formally be given by both sides before even kisses or touches are exchanged. Anything else is not permitted, and certainly not tolerated. Even though formerly married to a flawed Inc-Su, Zander still adheres to the human formalities and expresses his concerns over Inc-Su morality.

The Rules of Decorum confuse Tyree, and are something she’s aware of as a human foible, but she’s oblivious to the finer details. When she seduces Zander – not to kill, for once, but with the pure intention of giving both of them what they need – release from all the stress and frustrations they've been under, she doesn’t understand his guilt at not following the Rules and doesn’t even realize that she’s broken them. I had one reviewer comment that it skirted too close to dubious consent (not a trope I like myself, but part of the point of the story is about how consent between individuals in two very different societies might be approached in relationships like this), but just as there is no rape in human society because consent must be given, rape is an alien idea to Tyree as well. It simply doesn't happen among her own kind, and no human would dare try, let alone be physically able, to force an Inc-Su into sex. After all, who's going to tackle a being legendary for killing in such a way? Then again, what person is going to be able to say no? Tyree does have an advantage in being able to control her pheromones to attract humans, so I guess that could be seen as drugging her victims.

The conflict and contrast between this aspect of their two societies (and more, but that's the main one that causes them difficulty) is central to their relationship. We see the entire story through Tyree's eyes – her confusion, her attempts to understand her human charge, and the frequent misunderstandings as both try to find a meeting point between their two cultures, or at least some common ground to which to start from.

By the end of the story, Tyree is still an Inc-Su assassin at heart. The mutual respect she and Zander develop enables them to find a compromise and establish a relationship beyond human versus Inc-Su, assassin vs diplomat. Having been crippled by grief, Zander learns to love again. By coming close to losing him and from him challenging her to see things from differing viewpoints, Tyree learns that even a succubi-style assassin can fall in love, and that it’s not a weakness after all.

About the book:

She can kill with a kiss. But can assassin Tyree also heal one man’s grief, and bring peace to a galaxy threatened by war?

For Tyree of the Su, being an assassin isn’t simply something she was trained for. It’s the sole reason for her existence. A genetically enhanced clone—one of many in Refuge—she’s about to learn her secluded lifestyle, and that of all her kind, is under threat by a race capable of neutralizing their special talents to leave them defenseless.

For Zander D’joren, being a diplomat has not only cost him his appearance, but also the love of his life. Scarred, grieving, he must nonetheless continue in his role as co-delegate to the fearsome Tier-vane or risk a conflict that could only end one way.

Now both of them need to keep each other alive and maintain a perilous deception long enough to renegotiate the treaty with the Tier-vane, or throw their people into a war that could wipe out Terrans and Inc-Su alike. But there’s more at stake than humanity, whether true or modified. Can the love growing between them save them both? Or merely hasten their destruction?

Available at... Breathless Press |
Smashwords | AReBookstrand


Tethered will be releasing in print on the 24th March!

About the author:

After spending twelve years working as an Analytical Chemist in a Metals and Minerals laboratory, Pippa Jay is now a stay-at-home mum who writes scifi and the supernatural. Somewhere along the way a touch of romance crept into her work and refused to leave. In between torturing her plethora of characters, she spends the odd free moment playing guitar very badly, punishing herself with freestyle street dance, and studying the Dark Side of the Force. Although happily settled in the historical town of Colchester in the UK with her husband of 21 years and three little monsters, she continues to roam the rest of the Universe in her head.

Pippa Jay is a dedicated member of the Science Fiction Romance Brigade, blogging at Spacefreighters Lounge, Adventures in Scifi, and Romancing the Genres. Her works include YA and adult stories crossing a multitude of subgenres from scifi to the paranormal, often with romance, and she’s one of eight authors included in a science fiction romance anthology—Tales from the SFR Brigade. She’s also a double SFR Galaxy Award winner, been a finalist in the Heart of Denver RWA Aspen Gold Contest (3rd place), the EPIC eBook awards, and the GCC RWA Silken Sands Star Awards (2nd place).

You can stalk her at her website, or at her blog, but without doubt her favorite place to hang around and chat is on Twitter as @pippajaygreen.

Blogs –
Adventures in Scifi - http://www.pippajay.blogspot.co.uk
Spacefreighters Lounge - http://www.spacefreighters.blogspot.com

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