Those of you who have been following me for a while know this has been a long time coming. The early drafts of Slipspace: Harbinger date back farther than I care to remember. It has seen numerous false starts, re-works, edits adjustments, and hiatuses and I can count several times when I wondered if the project would ever see the light of day.
But that day is coming and it is closer than ever. Follow me across the break and be one of the first to see the cover!
Needless to say, I am extremely happy with the work that Starla Huchton did on this project. At first look it took my breath away and I have nothing but the highest of praise for Starla’s talent and artistic eye. She taught me a few things I didn’t know that I didn’t know and I am very grateful for her work. It has certainly been well worth the effort.
About the novel:
A fringe colony world has gone dark, and Captain Cody Amado and the crew of the ISPA’s newest battle cruiser, Mjöllnir, must respond and investigate.
No one is prepared for the destruction that awaits them.
Agendas collide as the bonds of duty, loyalty, and family are tested, and the major governments position themselves to prepare for what is to come next.
With interstellar tensions rising, the crew of the Mjöllnir race to discover the connection between the colony’s destruction, an alien society so reclusive it has only been rumored about, and an enemy that disappeared a decade prior.
Is this merely an isolated incident, or is this a harbinger of much darker things still to come?
The full details of the release are still being finalized. But I can tell you this is the first book in my Slipspace series, which I describe as Star Trek meets Battlestar Galactica. The exact dates are still to be determined, but I’m looking to a release in very early May. The book will be available in both electronic format and print exclusively from Amazon, with an Audio version to follow later this year.
Stay tuned over the coming month! As we roll ever closer to the release I’ll be sharing excerpts and other inside information about the book, the characters, and the universe as a whole.