Author Laura Loomis is holding a raffle, which is already running and will end at noon PST on Friday, November 27th - the day after Turkey Day. She'll randomly pick a winner that afternoon or evening. Along with a signed copy of the book, the winner will receive a bag of a special coffee blend from Brandywine Coffee Roasters called "Cosmic Turkey" - how stellar is that?! Check out this post on Laura's website for details on how to enter the giveaway.
We've also put the e-book of The Cosmic Turkey on sale for 99 cents during the contest. Don't miss out on either of these great opportunities!
Sage Blackwood, author of Jinx, says, "Cosmic Turkey is hilarious! Reminiscent of Douglas Adams, this book is just what the doctor ordered for these times."
Dean Gloster, author of Dessert First, says, “A delight-filled romp of an interplanetary adventure, The Cosmic Turkey puts the subversive fun back in SF. A fast-paced, humor-filled journey I couldn’t put down. Stellar. (Heck—even interstellar.)”
Here's the book's summary:
After she accidentally smashes a floatcar through City Hall, the bureautopia sentences Janet to captaining the starship S.S. Turkey and its misfit crew. Her mission: to boldly rescue a prisoner from the one corner of the universe colder than her ex-boyfriend’s heart—Pluto. Which, aside from not even being a real planet, is the one place in the universe where chocolate is illegal.
In between studying The Space-Faring Moron’s Guide to Common Science Fiction Plot Devices, falling for a rival captain’s boyfriend, and avoiding unnecessary time travel, Janet has a chance to save two worlds . . . or doom them to permanent chocolatelessness.
You can read a book review here, an author interview here, and a character interview here.
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Speaking of reviews, they are so critical in order for authors to get their books seen by potential customers on Amazon. If you've already read The Cosmic Turkey and loved it, please consider leaving it a rating or review; here's a direct link to its Amazon review form to make things easier.
We wish you a merry and bright holiday season! Gobble till you wobble, and then gobble up Turkey for dessert! ;)