Hello, my fantastic Four fans. I know it’s been a little quiet in R.E. Carr land, but that is because I have a few exciting announcements for May. First off, I have been hard at work with an absolutely fabulous narrator to bring both Four and Six to Audible this year. As soon as I have the date, you can bet I’ll be posting, but for now I wanted you all to meet the voice behind the Rules Undying Series . . .
If that wasn’t enough exciting Rules Undying News for the week, I am happy to report that the final installment of the series, One, is off to the editors as we speak. Yeah, I know, I started a series with Four and ended it with One, but I hope it all makes sense in the end. It was the single most gut-wrenching story I’ve ever written and I cannot wait to share it with all of you.
In the meantime, I wanted to share a work from a fellow Kindle Press author and sci-fi aficionado, Jeffrey Haskell. Here is a sneak peek at Intruder a little bit of military sci-fi to cleanse the palette after all these pesky vampires:
Ex-Naval Aviator Nina Mercedes joined the Systems Alliance Rangers to get away from the demons that haunt her. The Rangers are assigned to remote outposts and vast tracks of space with only their AI’s to keep them company.
When she arrives on her first outpost, the Ceres Mining Colony, she’s confronted with an ugly truth. Out in the belt, only the Miners Union Authority is the law.
When one of the corporations that mine hydrogen-three starts losing mining probes, they enlist the Ranger to do her job. Track down the missing multi-million-dollar MULES, stop the thefts, recover their property.
With the help of the besieged governor, a mysterious gunfighter, and her stalwart AI, Nina must stay one step ahead of a pair of vicious brothers who have it in their head to collect hers.
However, the MUA has a secret, a secret they are willing to murder to keep. Out of her element, and forty million miles from back up, Nina must uncover the truth, and stop their ruthless plans.
Otherwise, she might find herself on the wrong side of an airlock.
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Talk to you all soon . . .
R. E. Carr