Monday, July 23, 2012

The Backworlds Book 2 is Out!

The sequel to The Backworlds is now available. Craze and his friends continue their adventures in Stopover at the Backworlds’ Edge. See what role chocolate plays in the galaxy this time.

The interstellar portal opens, bringing in a ship that should no longer exist. A battleship spoiling for a fight, yet the war with Earth ended two generations ago. The vessel drops off a Water-breather, a type of Backworlder thought to be extinct. She claims one of Craze’s friends is a traitor who summoned the enemy to Pardeep Station. A betrayal worse than his father’s, if Craze lives to worry about it.

Available for all ereaders from:

Amazon / Amazon UK / B&N / Smashwords
iTunes and Kobo will be available shortly.

If you haven’t read The Backworlds yet, it’s available as a free read from many outlets. See HERE for links.

Inspiring the words M. Pax writes, Mary spends her summers as a star guide at Pine Mountain Observatory in stunning Central Oregon where she lives with the husband unit and two loving cats. She writes science fiction mostly and has a slight obsession with Jane Austen. Mary blogs at http://www.mpaxauthor.com/blog/
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A big thank you to everyone who left a comment on my guest post at Rachna’s Scriptorium: How to Trust Yourself as a Writer. It’s still up if you haven’t yet visited.

What role do you think chocolate should play in the galaxy?

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38 comments:

  1. The first book of the series is awesome! And Mary just rocks.

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  2. Hooorah and huge congrats the amazingly named M Pax!!! Take care
    x

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  3. A stellar role I should say... Or maybe a universal one? Or a starry role!! Enough already... Sorry - couldn't help myself. Seriously, many congratulations on the book, Lynda!

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    1. Chocolate is so awesome it could fill any of those roles you mentioned. I believe Mary's book will be a great success :)

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  4. CONGRATS to Mary! I downloaded a copy of THE BACKWORLDS when I heard about it at Stephen Tremp's blog. I look forward to reading it.

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  5. Nice! I enjoyed your post and I'm sure I'm going to enjoy the sequel to Pax's book.

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  6. yes, that guest post over at your friend's was a huge hit, Lyndy! I've told you many times you should write a manual on these things.

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    1. It's a strong possibility for the future.

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  7. Thank you for being part of the launch, Lynda. I truly appreciate it. You're fabulous. :)

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    1. Anytime, Mary. It's fabulous to see your success.

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  8. I think both you and M are fabulous.

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  9. i was feeling pretty sick, the other night and i told my husband and daughter that i thought chocolate might make me feel better--they were astounded that i didn't realize how chocolate always made things better :)

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    1. It's true. Chocolate does make everything better. ;)

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  10. I love Mary & have just downloaded her work!

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  11. Chocolate should be the cure all medicine - or instead of breaking bread with our enemies and comrades, family and friends, we should break chocolate...everyone would be happy.

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    1. I think you are on to something there! AND when you break tempered chocolate it has that wonderful snap sound that's so satisfying to hear.

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  12. I hadn't read the first one! So I just downloaded BACKWORLDS on my Kindle. Sounds like a fun read. :)

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  13. Congratulations to your friend, Mary - I wish her well!

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  14. Well, hopefully nothing bad . . .

    Congratulations to Mary!

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  15. I'll check out Rachna's blog.

    It's great seeing posts about this book today--I'm seeing it all over the place. :) Congrats to Mary.

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  16. Congrats to Mary. I haven't read the first book, so I'll have to check both of the books out. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. I have just downloaded the first book. Am waiting to read it. Wishing Mary, good luck.

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  18. I wish all good things for Mary.

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  19. The best of luck to Mary! Congrats!

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  20. Congratulations, Mary - heck, even your day job sounds exciting!
    Chocolate in the universe reminds of the Simpsons episode with Homer in the land of chocolate. I'd live there!

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  21. I haven't read any science fiction books since I was a kid, but I've heard so many good things about Mary's book, I'm gonna have to give it a whirl. Who knows? Maybe I'm still a sci-fi fan, after all.

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  22. Congrats to Mary! This will be another great read, I'm sure.

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  23. I've come across a few posts today about The Backworlds Book 2... congrats to M. Pax!
    I'm off to Rachna's place to check out the post-------

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  24. Thanks for the heads-up about the book release. I think it's wonderful that you are so supportive of our writers community. :-)

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  25. Chocolate in the universe reminds me how much I would like a Milky Way right now.

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  26. I am in the middle of reading this work. No spoilers from me, but this is a great read! It follows her first book in the series, The Backworlds, without missing a step. And I love chocolate!

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  27. Fun title and use of chocolate to grab our attention!

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  28. This sounds like an exciting read.
    And now I'm on my over to Rachna’s Scriptorium! : )

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  29. Here's another congrats to Mary on her book.

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  30. Congrats to Mary! Oh yes, chocolate should definitely have a big place there. :)

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