Sunday, July 22, 2012

Rainforest Review - Backworlds, BK 2 by M.Pax


STOPOVER at the BACKWORLDS' EDGE



M. Pax's Book 2:  Stopover at the Backworlds' Edge



The Backworlds Book 2 is Out!


The sequal 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:


iTunes and Kobo will be available shortly.


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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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Author:  M. Pax


Do you follow M. Pax?  Have you read The Backworlds?  Do you read Science Fiction/Fantasy?  Please share in the comments and be sure to go over and check out the blog.  Mary always has something interesting going on there.

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References:

http://www.mpaxauthor.com/blog/  M. Pax's Blog

http://mpaxauthor.com/the-backworlds-series/backworlds-the/  The Backworlds series



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26 comments:

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    1. I agree. Craze isn't as crazy as his name implies, methinks.

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  2. I have not read Backworlds yet. Not only have you reminded and motivated me to this end, but the link to a free copy has brought me even closer to reaching the goal!

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    1. I read it on my KOBO, but you can download a Kindle for the PC and read it that way (there are some free downloads). I enjoyed it, J. and think you would too, since I know you like scifi.

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  3. Thank you, DG. It's awesome you joined the launch.

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  4. My pleasure, Mary. I'm a scifi reader and a writer, how can I not help push science fiction back in the forefront where it belongs?

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  5. i am interested in that chocolate theory :)

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    1. We knew chocolate was valuable, just not HOW valuable. You'd find the first book interesting (it's free too) and there you will first hear about the chocolate. . .

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  6. I downloaded both books yesterday.

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    1. Great, Diane. The more the word gets out. . . Thanks for dropping by and supporting MPax's launch.

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  7. I don't read a lot of sci-fi, but I really like Mary's writing.

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    1. So do I, Tonja. And sci-fi is what I like to read.

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  8. I'll have to check these out -- thanks!

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    1. My pleasure to post about a fellow writers' announcement (esp. scifi)

      Thanks for stopping by, Milo.

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  9. I don't read sci fi or fantasy but wishing Mary all the best with her new release!

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  10. Thanks for stopping by, Karen! Interesting question on your blog about commenting.

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  11. Hi, DG,

    Yes, I am a long follower/friend of Mary's. I write Fantasy, but I do love a good sci fi from time to time.

    Looking forward to reading her new book. It's on my list!

    Hope you are enjoying your weekend.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, Michael! Glad to hear that you like Mary's writing, too.

      It's in my TBR stack too. The first one was a fun read.

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  12. I haven't read science fiction in a very long time, but I used to. I think I have visited this author, not sure, but will stop by since you provided a link.

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    1. Thanks, Inger. I can't get over that video on your blog done to the tune of a Sonny and Cher song. Funny.

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  13. My Kindle has it now-- must read it over the next weekend :)

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    1. Thanks, Damyanti, I'm sure MPax will appreciate it.

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  14. Mary's certainly cranking it up! Congrats MPax!
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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  15. I do follow Mary and have read her first book. I'm not a consistent sci-fi fan, but I enjoy it when I'm in the mood; her book definitely didn't disappoint! I waved to her from a distance when I was in Oregon last week. Congrats on the book release, Mary!

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  16. Thanks for stopping by, Shannon.

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