Spotlight: Sci-fi author Pippa Jay reveals new cover for Keir, and it’s awesome!

January 28, 2015,


About The Book:

A demon waiting to die…

An outcast reviled for his discolored skin and rumors of black magic, Keirlan de
Corizi sees no hope for redemption. Imprisoned beneath the palace that was once
his home, the legendary ‘Blue Demon of Adalucian’ waits for death to finally
free him of his curse. But salvation comes in an unexpected guise.

A woman determined to save him.

Able to cross space and time with a wave of her hand, Tarquin Secker has spent
eternity on a hopeless quest. Drawn by a compulsion she can’t explain, she
risks her apparent immortality to save Keir, and offers him sanctuary on her
home-world, Lyagnius. But Quin has secrets of her own.

When Keir mistakenly unleashes the dormant alien powers within him and earns exile
from Lyagnius, Quin chooses to stand by him. Can he master his newfound
abilities in time to save Quin from the darkness that seeks to possess her?

Keir is Book One of the Redemption series and part of the Travellers
Universe. Previously released by Lyrical Press Inc. 7th May 2012 and a SFR
Galaxy Award for SciFi Romance for Best May-December Romance (2012), Aspen Gold
Readers Choice Award 3rd place finalist (2013), Readers’ Favorite International
Book Award finalist(2012), The Kindle Book Review?s Best Indie Book Awards
Nominee for Best SciFi/Fantasy (2013)

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About Pippa Jay:

After spending twelve years working as an Analytical Chemist in a Metals and Minerals laboratory, Pippa Jay is now a stay-at-home mum who writes scifi and the supernatural. Somewhere along the way a touch of romance crept into her work and refused to leave. In between torturing her plethora of characters, she spends the odd free moment playing guitar very badly, punishing herself with freestyle street dance, and studying the Dark Side of the Force. Although happily settled in the historical town of Colchester in the UK with her husband of 21 years and three little monsters, she continues to roam the rest of the Universe in her head.

Pippa Jay is a dedicated member of the Science Fiction Romance Brigade, blogging at Spacefreighters Lounge, Adventures in Scifi, and Romancing the Genres.
Her works include YA and adult stories crossing a multitude of subgenres from
scifi to the paranormal, often with romance, and she?s one of eight authors
included in a science fiction romance anthology?Tales from the SFR Brigade.
She?s also a double SFR Galaxy Award winner, been a finalist in the Heart of
Denver RWA Aspen Gold Contest (3rd place), the EPIC eBook awards, and the GCC
RWA Silken Sands Star Awards (2nd place).

You can stalk her at her website, or at
her blog, but without doubt
her favorite place to hang around and chat is on Twitter as @pippajaygreen.

Book Spotlight: The Lady Is Blue (SciFi Romance)

January 22, 2015,


The Lady Is Blue
What Color are your Scales?
Atrapako On Eden, Book 1
Science Fiction Romance
by Aurora Springer

Dr. Lucy Stannis emigrated from Terra expecting her fiancé to follow her to a new life on the small colony on the terraformed planet of Eden. He never left home and married someone else. After a few years, Lucy is bored and her current lover is too possessive. Roger insists she choose between him and the aliens, which is really crazy. Lucy is a scientist and the arrival of an alien spaceship is the most exciting event ever for the quiet colony. How can he be jealous of a sharp clawed alien covered in hard scales?

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Spotlight: Unbound Instinct (Sci-Fi Romance)

January 19, 2015,

Unbound Instinct is a side-story in the Corwint Central Agent Files series. Although it takes place on the Corwint timeline between Book 2: Whispers From Exile and Book 3: Tracing The Stars, it can be read as a stand-alone science fiction romance story.


Side-Story-Vex-smallVex was born into servitude, just one of the thousands of Trexen who had been collared and trained into submission by the Xen’dari Empire. An unexpected turn of events offers him the chance for freedom, but freedom comes with its own challenges. Trexen were taught to fear it and fear themselves. Without the Xen’dari collar around his neck or a Master to tell him what to do and how to do it, Vex is faced with having to make his own choices while fighting against the instinctual carnal nature of his Trexen heritage.

Crissadra is the last of her kind, enslaved by a man who uses her charms to subdue the crowds of his tavern and heal the wounds of his gang who attack the territories surrounding their outpost. When Vex steps into her world and kidnaps her into freedom, she must decide if she will accept it or if she will run from it and him.

Together, they will search for a grasp of freedom, an acceptance of themselves and an understanding of each other.


An insistent beep from the lift’s navigation system brought Vex’s thoughts back to the present. Moving his gaze away from the cargo pod in the back seat, he turned his chair around to face front and disabled the beeping alert informing him that he had arrived at his destination. Desolate, rocky fields gave way to a rugged outcropping of sharply cut peaks and the dusty path his lift traveled became cluttered with rounded boulders that jutted against the electro-magnetic stabilizers. The lift jostled hard and a compressed whimper sounded through the air vent of the cargo pod. Continue reading

Science Fiction Romance Readers Group

January 15, 2015,


There is a new Facebook group for fans and readers of Science Fiction Romance (SFR). This group is run by both readers and authors of SFR. We welcome everyone to join, post reviews, share opinions on books, movies and shows related to SFR / romance in science fiction.

It’s a no-promo zone, so you won’t see a bunch of ‘buy my book’ links from authors. We do allow authors to post blog-post links, excerpts, giveaways and contests, but these will be limited. We will also be running monthly giveways and having Facebook book parties, and even a group book-of-the-month reading club in the near future.

So, come join us and share what you’re reading!

Book Review: On A Rogue Planet by Anna Hackett

January 12, 2015,

On A Rogue Planet
Series: The Phoenix Adventures (#3)
By: Anna Hackett
Sub-Genres: Cyborgs, Adventure, Romance


Rating: OMG MORE PLEASE  (?)


Oh my feels! I fell in love with this series when I came across In The Devil’s Nebula on NetGalley. I’ve since snatched up all the books published so far in this series. So far, I have yet to read one I didn’t love. On A Rogue Planet was no exception. It may be my favorite so far.

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Book Review: Spark Rising by Kate Corcino

January 5, 2015,

Spark Rising
Series: The Progenitor Saga (#1)
By: Kate Corcino
Sub-Genres: Dystopian, post-apoc, nanites


Rating: I loved it  (?)


Spark Rising is a post-apocalyptic Earth, dystopian tale with a few unique elements that made for a great story. Well written, well edited and all around an enjoyable read, the book has many aspects that made me love it. I think this book would be a good read for any fan of science fiction, dystopian, post-apocalyptic or science fiction romance stories, so it has a wide range of appeal. There were only a few, mostly minor, issues that I ran into which kept me, personally, from reaching the coveted ‘OMG More!’ moment.

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