Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Round 6 - Science Fiction, Oh My!

Here are three science-fiction adventure novels from two highly imaginative writers, Elizabeth Lang and Kayelle Allen.

The Empire by Elizabeth Lang



A scientist is caught up in a war that he does not want. His greatest wish is to have a fully stocked lab in an obscure corner of the galaxy where people will leave him alone. Unfortunately, the galaxy is being invaded by aliens from the Andromedan galaxy and he is a brilliant weapons designer, albeit an unwilling one, and he lives in a world that is fast becoming a tyranny. His only supporters are Kali, a telepath, and Bryce, his reluctant assistant. Can they save him, or is he fated to be a pawn in this increasingly desperate war?

Amazon Buy Link                 

Elizabeth Lang's website       

Length: Full-length

Heat level: Sweet


Trailing Kaiwulf by Kayelle Allen

Travel to a godforsaken planet on the outskirts of space. Check. Hold intrusive military goons at bay.
Check. Find an invisible man in a different dimension. Check. Finish out the vacation TRAIL yanked you back from to do it? Easier said than done. Yanked back from their first vacation in ages, Jee and Dane get handed a top priority mission. The pay is better than they've earned before as agents for the Trace, Rescue, and Identification League. After this, they might not need jobs. They're the best there is, and the item, person, or secret hasn't been invented that these two can't recover. Until now. After all, how do you find an invisible man in another dimension? The archaeologist in charge can't afford this fee, and neither can the military. So the real question is who -- or what -- is behind the request to trail Kaiwulf?

Amazon Buy Link                    Length: Novella

Kayelle Allen's website            Heat level: Spicy (PG13)

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The Rebels by Elizabeth Lang


What happens when you've escaped a brutal tyranny and find yourself in the middle of nowhere, where no one knows who you are and you're relatively safe (you hope). If your names are Adrian Stannis and Kali Mirren, you immediately fall into another mess of trouble.


As much an action-adventure as a sci-fi novel. The Rebels explores The Empire's dystopian world through the eyes of the rebels.

Amazon Buy Link                   

Elizabeth Lang's website         

Length: Full-length

Heat level: Sweet


Sweet - No fully described sex scenes. If sex occurs, it happens behind closed doors.
Spicy - One or more fully described sex scene. PG13.
Sizzling hot - Fully described sex scenes using frank language.

This is the way I'm describing the length of the books:
Full-length - over 50,000 words
Novella - between 5,000 and 49,999 words
Short Story - under 5,000 words

Except for Mary Balogh's book, all other books in Jana's Birthday Book Giveaway are ebooks. Remember, the Rafflecopters all end at 6 pm November 6. So enter now!

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8 comments:

  1. Woot! It's finally my turn. :) I hope your readers enjoy this fun romp, Jana. It was great writing it. Figuring out how my TRAIL agents could find an invisible man in another dimension was a hoot!

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    1. Sounds very intriguing Kayelle. Thank you for being here today. I really appreciate it!

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  2. Oh, so many SF authors I love - Catherine Asaro, S.L. Viehl, Anne McCaffrey. And we all love giveaways!! ;)

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    1. I grew up reading scifi and always wanted to write it. There's nothing like finding a new world to explore. When I created my website, I even designed a tour of the empire where many of my stories take place.

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  3. My grand kids call me the freebie queen. I love my freebies.. :)

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  4. So many good authors. Kayelle you know I love your books. Freebies are awesome. Makes me feel connected to my favorite authors.

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  5. I love giveaways but I would hand them all over if i could visit with Luc and the other hotties in the Tarthian Empire. Any tickets going cheap on the Imperinet?

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  6. One favorite is Ann Aguirre :)

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