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My novelette The Haunting of the Ginger’s Regret, A 224-Verse Story, is now available from Amazon for download to your Kindle device. It’s published by Starry Eyed Press which also published my other (so far) 224-Verse novella The Fallen Shall Rise.
While both “Haunting” and “Fallen” exist in the same universe, the Andromeda galaxy is vast, plus the events they chronicle are likely hundreds or thousands of years apart, so the tales are unrelated.
Here’s the Amazon blurb for “The Haunting of the Ginger’s Regret:”
Kam Samir Naji has always been an above-average smuggler but finds himself in a new dimension of possibility when he becomes the owner of a restored space freighter that seems to have a mind of its own.
With an assassin tracking his every move and a hold full of cargo in need of delivery, everything Kam thinks he knows about reality is coming into question in a galaxy where answers may lie on the far side of a jump gate.
Who or what is haunting the jump freighter “Ginger’s Regret?” Freight hauler and sometime smuggler Kamadiin Naji is about to find out, but will he be able to believe what he discovers? More than that, will he survive it?
Available for a mere 99 cents, The Haunting of the Ginger’s Regret is your window into a new adventure into the Andromeda galaxy full of pirates, smuggling, assassins, and even a religious order that travels space to worship the creatures that created the stars. Start reading now.
Also, the publisher will send me ARC copies of the book which I can pass along to anyone wanting to read my story in return for writing a review. I’ll let you know what that’s available.
4 thoughts on “My Novelette “The Haunting of the Ginger’s Regret” is Available Now!”
Thanks, Fandango. I wouldn’t mind if you * ahem * read it and wrote a review.
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I might just do that.
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I haven’t seen you for a while. You were working in IT. Now you have written a novel. It is nice when the author reads the book, if they have a good reading voice. I listen to books on Libby all the time.