Wandering through Lulu I’ve just discovered that my DDP published sci fi novel, Exit, Pursued by a Bee is now available there
It contains a unique method of communication and an alternative explanation for past natural disasters. It was fun to research and fulfilling to write. Let me know what it’s like to read please?
Ian Clarke, the author of Interspex, an amazing science fiction novel, points out that he could improve on the blurb used currently in my Exit, Pursued by a Bee. At present the blurb is:
Exit, Pursued by a Bee is based on a mix of physical action such as alien spheres emerging from spiritually significant landmarks such as Glastonbury Hill, and quantum mechanics, in particular time dependent decoherence.
Some writers say they feel they might need a degree in physics before they would purchase it! The blurb is rather unexciting IMHO.
Ian, who helped in the BSFA critique group for Exit suggests it’s changed to:
Exit, Pursued by a Bear is driven by a Southern-belle heroine-astronaut, involves a paleolithic mongrel called Kur, Glastonbury Festival chaos, steamy sex in space, a mean-momma loose-cannon journalist and an out-of-control general who’d fix anything by nuking it.
Brilliant. I’ve suggested this editing change to DDP the publishers. Watch this space