Thursday, May 27, 2010

Blog Tour & Contest: Captain Bonny Morgan

Captain Bonny Morgan:
The Cassandra Prophesy
by Robert “Doc” Gowdy
ISBN: 978-1-60047-397-5
Paperback (6x9): 480 pgs.

Called to action by a mysterious ancient Order—an ancient Order in cahoots with the Empress Flaccilla of the First Galactic Empire of Emperor Tulla—to help bring about the fulfillment of a long forgotten prophesy, the beautiful galactic pirate, Captain Bonny Morgan, sets out on her mission to successfully bring the prophesy to reality. By kidnapping the Empress’s daughter, Princess Cosette, Captain Morgan sets into motion an adventure awash in political intrigues, hidden agendas, unexpected revelations, and bold, daring gambits by those involved at every level of the conspiracy. Setting out to find her kidnapped sister, Princess Lysette, joined by her beautiful, mischievous, and extraordinary slavegirl, Tink, crisscrosses the galaxy in a bawdy, erotic, and often hilarious attempt to find Cosette. Along the way, Lysette and Tink fall in with a variety of extraordinary allies in their attempt to find Cosette, meeting the Lady Brit, Jon Black, Pirate Queen Colleen O’Malley, Gunns Mannigan, Buster O’Malley, the beautiful pirates Kana and Blaze, and Bully, the roguish owner of the pirate tavern, the Pretty Red.

I am giving away my copy of The Cassandra Prophesy to one lucky winner:) Leave a comment answering this question:

Do you read Science Fiction on a regular basis? If you do what book really sticks in your head as a "Hey, that could happen?". If you don't read Sci Fi, is there a reason?

The contest will end on June 6, 2010. Leave your email if it's not associated with your profile. The Contest is open to U.S. only.



Anonymous said...

I have read SciFi books in the past...not many, but some. While reading them I remember I thought they were pretty good, but I don't remember the names of them now.

April Ash said...

Depends on what you consider SciFi...if you go by the SyFy (sp?) channel, all paranormal seems to be there.
I guess The Time Machine by H.G. Wells has to be my all time favorite...and both movie versions I've seen were good.
I like the idea of time travel, so enjoyed reading this years ago.

Brittany said...

I read paranormal/fantasy books more often, but I really enjoy SciFi too. One I read recently that really stuck out was Feed by M.T. Anderson. As much as our world revolves around the internet I could see some of the things in Feed really happening.


debbie said...

I read it all the time. The stand by stephen king really sticks out for me. While we are still in a declared pandemic, I realize it is no where near the death rate in the stand. However, H5N1, (the bird flu) does have a 87% fatality rate in Indonesia, with the best health care available. It is nicknamed ebola with wings.