I try to keep these Friday posts short and to the point, because I’m brain dead by this point and just looking to coast into the weekend on some chocolate and Diet Dr. Pepper. But I do love me a good space adventure, so I thought I’d do another (quick list) of some books that will let you take fictional flight this weekend:
1. Starheart by Greta van der Rol – She’s lost her husband, her best friend is missing. What else has she got to lose?
2. Queenie’s Brigade by Heather Massey – Captain Michael Drake desperately needs an army to save Earth after a crushing defeat by alien invaders. When his damaged starship docks at a remote prison colony, he discovers Earth’s last best hope–an army to replace the one he lost. But, Queenie, the feral goddess ruling the prison, has other plans for the rugged star ship captain…
3. Darkship Thieves by Sarah A. Hoyt – Athena Hera Sinistra never wanted to go to space. Never wanted see the eerie glow of the Powerpods. Never wanted to visit Circum Terra. Never had any interest in finding out the truth about the DarkShips. You always get what you don’t ask for…
4. Ghost Planet by Sharon Lynn Fisher – Psychologist Elizabeth Cole prepared for the worst when she accepted a job on a newly discovered world–a world where every colonist is tethered to an alien who manifests in the form of a dead loved one. She never expected to be so attracted to the charming Irishman assigned as her supervisor. And she certainly never expected to discover she died in a transport crash en route to the planet…
5. Keir by Pippa Jay – Outcast. Cursed. Dying. Is Keir beyond redemption?
(I already mentioned Linnea Sinclair in my Monday blog post if you want more space action.)
So, what will you be reading this weekend? Or watching? Or writing? Or will you be napping? I might be napping, too. Comments are entered into my monthly drawing for a $10 AnaBanana gift card. Winner announced first blog post of the month.
I love the space adventure so much, that I penned my own space adventures in my Project Enterprise series. It’s in the process of releasing in audio book as I type. 🙂