Just a quick post letting you know that Under Two Moons, the second book in my science fiction trilogy, is free on Kindle through Saturday, May 11, 2019.
I am incredibly proud of this trilogy, which is primarily the story about a young woman who is coming to grips with living in a world where the natives have psychic abilities and some key animals are sentient. In fact, Under Two Moons introduces, Silence, a large feline, who has become one of my favorite characters.
I really have enjoyed alternating writing in the the past world of Victorian San Francisco with this near future world (New Eden) that I helped create as part of the open source, multi-authored Paradisi Chronicles, so I am pleased to announce that I am currently working with my daughter, Ashley Rey, on the sequel to The Stars are Red Tonight, the novella we wrote in this shared world.
This new book, which we have entitled To Sleep, Perhaps to Die, will continue the origin story of the Kuttner family (who was one of the ten Founding Families of the Paradisi Project) that we started telling in the novella. Our hope is to have this short novel done and published by mid-summer, at which point I will dive right back into researching and writing the next full-length book about Annie and Nate Dawsons’ continuing adventures into solving crime in Victorian San Francisco.
Meanwhile, a reminder that Between Mountain and Sea, the first book in the Caelestis Series trilogy, is free for a limited time for all Amazon Prime subscribers, and all the books in the Trilogy (and the boxed set–which includes a bonus short story) plus the novella are free to subscribers to Kindle Unlimited.
M. Louisa Locke, May, 8, 2019