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Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Offworld Book Tour and #Giveaway


Off World
by
Kimberly Adkins
Genre: Science Fiction
73 pages


Does space make you paranoid? 

Was The Corporation harboring a dark secret on the off world mining
colony to protect their bottom line?

ChristopherCarter loved to explore. He was a specialist in his field back home
on earth, and travel to a moon that orbited a gas giant 120 times the
size of his home planet was the opportunity of a lifetime.  This 
would be his first deep space assignment, and he'd wanted this
contract more than anything else in the world; except for his family,
of course. And he didn't have to choose one or the other. 

It was amazing how things worked out --Until they didn't. 

Everyone was hiding something at the facility, and it didn't take long to
figure out they were hiding it from him. Unfortunately for
Christopher, the truth would prove to be far more horrifying than
anything he could ever have imagined.

**Only .99 cents!**


KimberlyAdkins is an author and artist who spends her spare time working on worm hole theories so she can go back in time and enter Star Gate’s
‘Get in the Gate’ sweepstakes as many times as it takes to win.


Q: Tell us something interesting about you that most people wouldn’t
know?

A: I have a Cylon toaster in my kitchen. So far, it hasn’t convinced
any of my other appliances to revolt against me and assume control
over the destiny of mankind. I guess I’m lucky there. It does burn 
‘Frak Off’ onto my toast every morning, though.



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15 comments:

  1. It certainly is, isn't it! Thanks for stopping by, Mary.

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  2. Love the cover, the book sounds awesome too!

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    1. Hi Judy, thanks for visiting - tht really is a striking cover!

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  3. My question for the author is how easy or hard is it to come with ideas for a sci fi novel? Do you take from your dreams or do you just have an excellent imagination?

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  4. Hi Katie, thanks so much for your question, I can't answer for Kimberley - but for myself I usually find my dreams don't make sense when I wake up :) However, lots of things give me ideas for my SF novels, from weird weather conditions, to something I might read in a scentific article in a magazine or on the internet which starts me thinking 'what if...'
    Thank so much for stopping by and for such an interesting question - I hope Kimberley will be along to answer it too.

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  5. Thank you for hosting me today. It's nice to meet you all and great to have questions.
    I'm with Hywela, in that so many things around me inspire ideas. In the case of Off World, however, the entire story is based on a dream I had one night. The book is pretty close to it, though I will say Christopher looked like a young Denzel Washington in the dream.
    It's amazing to see so many women writing SciFi and opening up the possibilities for us.

    Thank you all again!

    Kimberly

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  6. Hi Kimberly

    It's a real pleasure to host you, and I hope you're having a very successful tour. So interesting that 'Off World' was based on a dream (Wish my dreams were that good!) Yes, I hadn't realised how many women lvoe writing SF, until I was published myself. I'm off to download 'Off World' now!

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing. I don't always gravitate towards sci-fi fi, but this one definitely seems like it would be worth a try.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Shannon, I'm in the middle of reading this myself and really enjoying it.

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  8. I love, love, love the cover. And I love the blurb too.

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  9. Everyone loves that cover - and with good justification, it's so striking isn't it. Yes, the blurb made me want to read the story, drew me right in!
    Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. Congrats on the tour and I appreciate the book description and the great giveaway as well. Love the tours, I get to find books and share with my sisters the ones I know they would enjoy reading and they both love to read. Thank you!

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  11. Tour are so fun, when you get the pleasure of stopping at a wonderful blog like this. Meeting nice folks like Hywela, and you all, makes writing worth it on the tough days!

    Kimberly

    Kimberly

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  12. Aw thanks Kimberly for your lovely words, it's such a pleasure to be able to host talented writers such as yourself and the writing community is such a lovely fiendly place, isn't it!

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