Two of my favorite fellow authors have books coming out soon. Having had the pleasure of reading both, I can honestly say neither disappoint. It’s a bit too early to provide reviews, but there’s nothing wrong with plugs. 😉
Sean Robins’ The Gray Emperor is Book Seven in The Crimson Deathbringer series. If you’ve read the sci-fi books, you know they’re chockablock full of action (great intergalactic space battles, fanatical alien species) and humor (danger abounds, so do the drollness and farce). Jim, the protagonist, and his buddies are back and along for the thrilling ride—the beautiful warrior Xornaa, the prankster “insect” Tarq, the solemn unbeaten General Maada. . . . Or are they? Perhaps they’re doppelgangers?
Jina S. Bazzar’s Shadow Pawn is a future-set murder mystery with a fantasy component. It revolves around an intriguing protagonist with an equally intriguing history. Page one yanks you in, as a good book should. The storyline, action and descriptions, have you wanting to continue reading. There’s a dark element, which adds to the thrills/excitement. And who doesn’t love a resilient headstrong heroine who never backs down?
Simple fact: Sean and Jina are exceptionally talented authors whose stories always entertain. This blog will feature reviews of The Gray Emperor and Shadow Pawn in the next month or so. Meanwhile, you can find Sean and Jina on various sites (just do that Googling thing); I heartily recommend you check them out.