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Lorinda J Taylor
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Writer of science fiction with a literary twist
Writer of science fiction with a literary twist

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New 5-star review of Fathers and Demons, thanks to Colleen Chesebro! Here's an excerpt. http://amzn.to/2eoN0jv

I've adored this series [The Man Who Found Birds among the Stars] which is a deep character study of Captain Robbin Nikalishin's experiences as a starship captain set far into the future. I was thrilled to find out that the author had penned an additional book which appeared to be an offshoot of the original series.
Fathers and Demons is a detailed chronicle of two characters from the series, Captain Robbin Nikalishin and his Chief Engineer, Ian Glencrosse who are survivors of the original Darter disaster. Both men have been scarred mentally and physically from their near-death experiences.
The men embark on a philosophical journey searching for the meaning of their experiences, exploring the future religions of Catholicism and Judaism as perceived by the author. The two men attempt to overcome their fear of a malicious entity they believe is waiting for them in deep space.

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New 5-star review of Fathers and Demons, thanks to Colleen Chesebro! Here's an excerpt. http://amzn.to/2eoN0jv

I've adored this series [The Man Who Found Birds among the Stars] which is a deep character study of Captain Robbin Nikalishin's experiences as a starship captain set far into the future. I was thrilled to find out that the author had penned an additional book which appeared to be an offshoot of the original series.
Fathers and Demons is a detailed chronicle of two characters from the series, Captain Robbin Nikalishin and his Chief Engineer, Ian Glencrosse who are survivors of the original Darter disaster. Both men have been scarred mentally and physically from their near-death experiences.
The men embark on a philosophical journey searching for the meaning of their experiences, exploring the future religions of Catholicism and Judaism as perceived by the author. The two men attempt to overcome their fear of a malicious entity they believe is waiting for them in deep space.
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Smashwords Summer/Winter Sale is on! It runs July 1-31. All of my books are half-price - that means nothing is over $1.50.
BUT some are FREE! Here are the free titles:
The Man Who Found Birds among the Stars, Part One: Eagle Ascendant
The Termite Queen, both volumes (because it's one novel in two volumes, so you need both)
The War of the Stolen Mother (The Labors of Ki'shto'ba Huge-Head, v.1)

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/209829
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Smashwords Summer/Winter Sale is on! It runs July 1-31. All of my books are half-price - that means nothing is over $1.50.
BUT some are FREE! Here are the free titles:
The Man Who Found Birds among the Stars, Part One: Eagle Ascendant
The Termite Queen, both volumes (because it's one novel in two volumes, so you need both)
The War of the Stolen Mother (The Labors of Ki'shto'ba Huge-Head, v.1)
You'll get lots of pleasure for no cost - I'll give you your money back if you don't! Tee hee.

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/694679

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I'm in the Spotlight column today! My listing is in the right sidebar. Depending on what kind of screen you have, you may have to scroll over to see it.

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A Small Gang of Authors
A Small Gang of Authors
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I got a 5-star review of MWFB, v.4, over on Smashwords. This is the same person who read and reviewed the three earlier volumes on Smashwords.
Here is the review:
"With the illness and death of his mother, Capt. Robbin Nikalishin enters a truly dark period that tests his character to the utmost. I found the fourth volume in this fictitious biography to be almost as absorbing as the first. Watching Capt. Robbie dealing with one agonizing failure after another, and wondering how he will struggle back from the depths was like reading a thriller, except the conflicts take place largely around committee room tables and within the mind and heart of the central character. The plot affords fascinating glimpses into the science and society of a 28th century Earth rebuilding after an apocalyptic war. Readers not acquainted with the Captain's story would do well to get Book 1 and prepare for an interesting journey into a plausible future world with an engaging protagonist." https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/783048
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