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Egads! The Dread Remora!

Because there’s a first time for everything, today I will use this blog space to promote the first original novel of a good friend of mine.

Aaron Rosenberg, a veteran author of tie-in fiction and YA novels, as well as a creator of various role-playing games, has announced the publication of his first original novel, Birth of the Dread Remora (Book I of the Tales of the Scattered Earth).

What’s it about, you ask?

Nathaniel Demming is a midshipman aboard the HMES Remora, the very first ship to go beyond their world’s waters and out into the ether. He and the rest of the crew are ready for adventure, eager to explore the unknown and chart a new course for the rest of their world to follow. But what they find out there will change their lives, and their perspective, forever. The ether is not empty at all, but teeming with life–including vicious marauders waiting to prey upon the hapless Remora. Can Demming help his friends and fellow officers through the crises that await? Can they survive the dangers all around them? And can he convince them to transform their ship and themselves into the antithesis of everything they trained for, while still holding true to everything they believe in?

Birth of the Dread Remora is the first tale of the epic Scattered Earth saga, and the first in a series of swashbuckling adventures about the space-pirate ship the Dread Remora!

It’s available in a variety of eBook formats, so hurry up and get yours now, before the Intertubes run out of electrons, or they all get stuck in the tubes or something.

Order it from the publisher, Crossroad Press, or from Barnes and Noble, or from Amazon.