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message 1: by L.K. (new)

L.K. Rigel (likari) | 7 comments Hi there -- I hope I'm doing this right.

My paranormal space opera romance Space Junque (In Flagrante Apocalypto) by L.K. Rigel Space Junque is available for the Nook either at B&N here or at Smashwords here It's received some very nice reviews from readers here at Goodreads.

This is a novella priced at $1.99.

And here is its Goodreads page:

The DOGs want to destroy the world. The gods want to make a new one. The trick is to survive both.

Warned by her friend Mike Augustine, Char Meadowlark tries to get off planet before a pending eco-terrorist attack, but the Defenders of Gaia strike while she's at the airport. Jake Ardri, pilot of the shuttle Space Junque, rescues her and delivers her to the Imperial Space Station where Mike awaits.

When the DOGs' final onslaught goes global and the material world threatens to implode, the ancient gods reemerge to take control over humanity. Through the ensuing chaos, Char must juggle two men, orbiting eco-terrorists, and a goddess with her own agenda for a new world order.

Editor Anne Frasier says:

"Space Junque is a fun, smart read, and I really think people will enjoy it. I hesitate to make comparisons, but I think it has a bit of a Firefly vibe to it."

message 2: by Jamie (JK) (new)

Jamie (JK) (eimajtl) Huh. Don't think I've ever read a paranormal space opera, I'll have to give this a try. And a bit like Firefly? Now I definitely feel like I have to read it.

And you did this exactly right. Feel free to talk about any of your stories here in the Author Corner. =)

message 3: by L.K. (new)

L.K. Rigel (likari) | 7 comments Thanks JK -- you can sample 1/2 the book at that Smashwords link. That's a free way to find out if you'll like it! And the first chapter is posted here at my website.

message 4: by Thea (new)

Thea Atkinson (theaatkinson) | 4 comments I really liked this LK. It was a great read

message 5: by L.K. (new)

L.K. Rigel (likari) | 7 comments Thanks, Thea. That's fantastic! I'm so glad you liked it.

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