And now it’s December. Hope everyone’s November was lovely. Had a successful NaNoWriMo experience over here, so that’s good.
Here to let you know there’s more good news from author Michelle Proulx: the sequel to her fabulous debut novel Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It will be released in spring 2015 (that’s northern hemisphere, people – autumn for we southerners). The sequel is titled Chasing Nonconformity, and, in case my prose is lacking tonight and you can’t tell – feeling a bit creatively clunky here – I’m excited.
And now, the cover reveal:
A lovely piece of work this is. The talented artist here is Ravven, who you can visit at http://www.ravven.com/ and is also responsible for the lovely new cover of Imminent Danger, revealed last month.
Not only is the cover revealed today; we also get a taste of the story. Here’s the book summary:
Still reeling from accidentally marrying an exiled alien prince named Varrin, and from almost getting her head blown off by a six-armed lizard man with anger management issues, seventeen-year-old Eris Miller is ready for a vacation. But Varrin is desperate to rescue his beloved spaceship, the Nonconformity, from the clutches of the galactic government, so her vacation will just have to wait.
While Eris and Varrin chase after the stolen ship, they’re unaware that trouble is brewing on the other side of the galaxy. The villainous Emperor of Rakor has assembled a task force, led by the commander of the deadly Skin Slicers, to hunt Varrin down. With enemies closing in and the Nonconformity slipping further and further from their grasp, Eris must ask herself: how much is she willing to sacrifice to ensure her happily ever after?
If you want to know more about Michelle and her books, you can visit her at michelleproulx.com. If you’d like to support her creative endeavours, maybe consider donating to her IndieGoGo campaign at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/book-imminent-danger-ya-sci-fi. There’s many lovely perks on offer for as little as $3 for a little bit of love.
That’s all from me for now 🙂 Shall quietly look forward to the next book in the Imminent Danger series over this long summer.