Author name: M Pax

New Audiobook Release: Beyond the Edge #audiobook #scifi #sciencefiction

 

Book 4 in the Backworlds series is now available in audiobook!

Listen to this fantastic sample!

 

Audiobook: Only $5.99 at Not of this Earth Bookshop / GooglePlay

Some truths are better left unfound.

For two years Craze’s dear friend, Lepsi, has been missing. The murmurings of a haunted spaceship hint at a message, meaning his old pal isn’t dead. The possibility spurs Craze and Captain Talos to search beyond the Backworlds. In an uncharted region of the galaxy, they stumble upon a terrible truth.

Meanwhile, Rainly remains on Pardeep Station as acting planetlord, dealing with the discovery of her man’s dark and brutal past. Alone and questioning her judgment, her introspection unlocks more than heartache. Latent protocols in her cybernetics activate, forcing her to face a sinister secret of her own.

 

The Psychic Astronomy Shoppe Release! #BookLover Sign up Before it’s too Late! #steampunk #fantasy #scifi #Giveaway

 

To get a free copy of The Psychic Astronomy Shoppe, sign up for the M. Pax Dimension by December 3rd! Here’s the cover reveal!

The only way to get this book is to sign up for my newsletter. It won’t be given away again, and it won’t be put on sale. Don’t miss out on this holiday gift!

The night before April Fools’ Day, Lainee Corsault spies her neighbor vacuuming her lawn. How bizarre! The next morning, giant peas come knocking on her back door, and there’s a woman from the 1900s on the front porch. Things only get stranger from there!

PSYCHIC GIVEAWAY

 

 

The Angry Red Planet: #MovieReview #ScienceFiction

What to say about this one… First, I watch these movies so that you don’t have to.

Husband Unit and I both thought the lead actor, Colonel Tom, was annoying and creepy. If I met him in real life, I’d run away. Fast.

The special effects aren’t spectacular, and the storyline could have had some twists. It was a pretty straightforward plot. Rocket returns from Mars, female astronaut is too hysterical to speak, and something green is growing on Tom. We find out what happened on Mars via a flashback. As far as flashbacks go, it was better than most. It was the main story, and it was on Mars, so it wasn’t the boring kind.

What happened on Mars was pretty interesting, once we got past the boring bits of staring out the window a lot. There were some great monsters. I especially enjoyed the bat/rat/crab thing. The Martians then sent the rocket away with a warning not to come back. We had that warning from the Moon in another movie.

The acting was better than usual, the plot would have been better if they had emphasized the interesting bits and gotten rid of the boring parts, and the effects were below average. There was the helmet with no faceplate thing going on, too, and the spacesuits didn’t look like they’d protect anyone from a breeze.

The monsters take this from a 4 beer rating to a 3.5. If there had been more aliens/monsters, or dancing, or funny bits, the rating would be higher. Those cheesy moments were missing, however.

 

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