25 July, 2012

Stopover At The Backworlds' Edge By M. Pax

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.

Blurb:
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.




Trailer:





About the Author:
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/




Have you read The Backworlds or Stopover at the Backworlds' Edge? Do you know Mary?


-----The Golden Eagle

35 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

Saw it on another blog at one point two, will surely have to give it a view.

....Petty Witter said...

Not a genre I'm a huge fan of but my husband would probably enjoy this, thanks for sharing.

Ciara said...

Yay. I'm so excited about this new release from M. Pax. I can't wait to read it myself.

Beth said...

Backworld's Edge is everywhere today. I wish it luck!

Stephen Tremp said...

Good luck to Mary! And I've never seen that trailer before. Thanks for showing it.

M Pax said...

Thanks for being part of the launch, Eagle. You're awesome. :)

The trailer is an old one from back in the days when it was just a short story ... now it's a series.

Old Kitty said...

All the best for M Pax!!! Take care
x

Connie Keller said...

I hadn't seen this yet. Thanks for sharing!

Charles Gramlich said...

I'm really liking the ideas behind this series.

Maurice Mitchell said...

M.Pax is a stellar author.

J.L. Campbell said...

Well done, Mary. Hope you make some huge sales.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

The first book was awesome!

Cherie Reich said...

Congrats to Mary! Her books are on my to-read list.

prerna pickett said...

on my tbr pile!

Donna K. Weaver said...

I've got to work through my to-read list more quickly. I've got the first book in the series. I just need to find the time to read it.

Carol Riggs said...

Having someone be a water breather sounds very intriguing! Can't wait to read this. But first I've downloaded BACKWORLDS, the first book! Gotta read that first. :)

Jay Noel said...

Fantastic trailer, Ms. Pax!!!!

The artwork is just incredible.

David P. King said...

Sweetness. This book is all over the place. Glad to see you getting the word out, Eagle. :)

Medeia Sharif said...

This is my first time seeing the book trailer. It's awesome.

laughingwolf said...

spoof of 'the hitchhiker's guide...'?

Rusty Webb said...

I'm a big fan of Mary, and I've read Backworlds', but I haven't started on Backworlds' Edge yet. It won't be long, I just have to finish up a couple of other books first.

cleemckenzie said...

Woot! I hadn't seen the trailer before. Fantastic.

The Golden Eagle said...

Pat: Definitely. :)

Petty Witter: You're welcome!

Ciara: It's always nice to see authors you're a fan of coming out with new books.

Beth: Same from me!

Stephen: You're welcome.

M: I'm happy to help out. :)

Do you mind that I used it? I can take it down if you think it's too unrelated to the current novel.

Old Kitty: Yup!

Connie: You're welcome!

Maurice: Stellar is just the right word. :)

J.L.: I hope she does, too.

Alex: Downloaded the first and it's toward the top of my TBR list.

Cherie: Mine as well. :)

Prerna: I've got it on mine, too.

Donna: I know what you mean--time really seems to disappear when you want to read something.

Carol: I've got to get around to it, too!

Jay: It's amazing.

David: Thanks. :) I'm always up for spreading the word about a release!

Medeia: Agreed.

Laughingwolf: Pretty sure it's meant to stand alone--though now that you mention it, it does sound like it has its parallels.

Rusty: There always seem to be so many books!

Cleemckenzie: I really like the trailer as well. :)

Heather said...

I've got to check this out! It sounds like too much fun not to.

Arlee Bird said...

I'm seeing Mary's books everywhere this week. This sounds like something I'd enjoy.


Lee
Tossing It Out

Mikazuki said...

I haven't read any of those, but they look interesting. :)

The Golden Eagle said...

Heather: Cool. :)

Lee: Same here. Her release is getting a lot of attention.

Mikazuki: M. Pax is a really good blogger/writer. :)

DWei said...

Sounds like a good book, though I have other books I need to read now at the moment. :P

Carol Kilgore said...

Seeing Mary everywhere this week. Very cool :)
Happy Weekend!

Deniz Bevan said...

I haven't yet - more books on my wishlist!

Anthony said...

I might have to check it out...The 'Gravity' novels look interesting as well.

Precy Larkins said...

Yay for M. Pax!

The Golden Eagle said...

Charles: Same here.

(Sorry I didn't reply to your comment earlier! I only just found it in Spam, for some reason. :/ )

DWei: Yeah, there always seem to be so many books to read in the world . . .

Carol: It is. :)

Deniz: Mine, too!

Anthony: I've been promoting a lot of self-published Science Fiction this year. Not that it's a bad thing. :)

Precy: She's awesome.

Paul Tobin said...

This looks interesting, must check out the first one. The idea sounds good.

The Golden Eagle said...

Paul: The first book is on my TBR as well.