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1. Pirates of Mars by Chris Gerrib -Sci Fi awesomeness

For those sci fi lovers out there, check out this new release by the wonderful Chris Gerrib. It’s getting a lot of talk, even being featured over on The Big Idea. At 2.99 you can’t go wrong. If you prefer print, it’s even available that way! Clicky clicky and happy reading!


“I liked this book so much, I did the cover art.” –Ron Miller.

Lieutenant Peter Grant of the Volunteer Space Rescue Service is taken hostage by pirates, who are holding him for ransom. The Rescue Service can’t afford to pay a ransom and is not equipped for an armed rescue. Fellow Rescueman, Jack Williams, unwilling to violate Rescue tradition and leave a person behind, decides to improvise a rescue . . .

Pirates of Mars: Amazon|Barnes & Noble|Powell’s


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2. The Travelling Theatrical Tour: It Always Rains Here

The Travelling Theatrical Tour ends today and how apt that it finishes at the blog of fellow Hadley Rille author Chris Gerrib . Today we have a wee tale in The Travelling Theatrical Tour: It Always Rains Here.

Chris' space opera 'Pirates of Mars' is released next month. It looks like riotous fun and I look forward to reading it.

Many, many, and a few more many's, thanks to everyone who has hosted my blog tour and to those who have stuck with it (you are a brave and hearty few and I owe you all a drink one day).

And before I go, the awesome Carole Lanham (author of The Whisper Jar) has reviewed Theatre of Curious Acts. "Darkly imaginative and utterly unique, Cate Gardner's Gaimanesque new book THEATRE OF CURIOUS ACTS had me the first second I fingered the moonlit beauty of it's ghostly cover." You can read the full review here.

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