The Promo, My Friend by Free Range Oyster

The Promo, My Friend by Free Range Oyster

Dwight R. Decker

A Moon of Their Own

Is it a theme park or a model railroad? Or a mad billionaire’s ultimate self-indulgence?

It’s the year 2037. Sixty thousand miles out in space orbits the asteroid called Vesper, Earth’s new second moon and the private property of the richest man in history. No one knows what he has been building there, but suddenly the future of the human race depends on finding out – and fast.

For fifteen-year-old Ronn Evans, what begins as another ordinary day in school winds up very differently when he and his cousins are all but kidnapped by their own government to be sent into space. To their amazement, they learn that they are the only ones who can get inside the mysterious asteroid to see what has gone terribly wrong.

There are other players in the game and time is running out. Will the cousins ever see Earth again?

J.M. Ney-Grimm

Livli’s Gift

Livli heals challenging injuries among the pilgrims to Kaunis-spa. Its magical hot spring gives her an edge, but Livli achieves spectacular cures mainly because she refuses to fail.

A born pioneer, she hopes to match her new ways for banishing hurt with new ways of living. But the sisters of Kaunis-lodge fear rapid change. What precious things might they lose while tossing old inconveniences?

Livli pushes forward the new, and one influential foe pushes back. Kaunis-home will keep its revered traditions, even if Livli loses everything she values.

Everything… and the one thing she absolutely cannot lose.

Livli seeks an answer in the oldest lore of her people, something so ancient, it’s new. But mere resolve against failure meets an immoveable counter force this time. Victory requires more.

5 responses to “The Promo, My Friend by Free Range Oyster

  1. Thanks for the promos and the links! New reading material!!! 🙂

  2. Richard Todd

    Interesting. This is the Dwight Decker who was famous in some circles as one of the three guys who worked on translating Perry Rhodan to English in the 70s, and more recently on the translations for the PR Lemuria miniseries that were just published as ebooks. Be interesting to see what he’s like writing his own story instead of translating someone else’s.

  3. Richard Todd

    Interesting. This is the Dwight Decker who in some circles was famous for being one of the three translators into English of Perry Rhodan back in the 70s, and more recently translating the PR Lemuria books which just came out as ebooks. Be interesting to see what he’s like writing his own stuff instead of translating someone elses.

  4. Linked over at The Starship Cat, along with promotion for a number of authors who don’t frequent these pages, and some who do. Please take a look, because there are a number of really good indie authors there. And I’d love to be promoting more people there.