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When Captain Jackson must uproot a team of explorers to pick up urgent supplies on a space station, a strange stowaway throws a wrench in the plan. After alien pirates steal his cargo, he must turn a streak of bad luck to his own advantage if wants to complete his mission.
A quick weekend read, this novella is a light space adventure with an interesting twist on extra terrestrial life forms! A story written for fans of Crichton, Asimov, and Star Trek, this slice of 2150 era space exploration will resonate and meet all expectations of fun fiction for sci fi enthusiasts and those who prefer humans solving problems instead of deus ex machina endings.
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H S Rivney began writing before high school and considered teaching English as a career. An extroverted introvert, however, she pursued another avenue to avoid human interaction, animal sciences, but kept drifting back to the pen and paper.
She spent a few years writing technical manuals, dabbling in copy writing, freelancing, and editing corporate newsletters. The compulsion to put words on paper still hasn’t diminished in the least.
She makes her home in Las Vegas, Nevada on a rare and cherished acre oasis. Besides a husband of twenty years, Mike, and their seventeen year old son, Mitchell, she shares her life with dozens of domesticated creatures including a horse, dogs, cats, fish, geese, chickens, a goat, and a slightly neurotic, feather-plucking parrot. Some of them find their way into novels by inspiring original characters, or by portraying themselves, under fictitious names of course, to protect their identity.
H S’s interests are varied but usually boil down to science – most any science will do. Biology and Astronomy usually float to the top supported by Zoology, Astrophysics, Genetic Engineering, Marine Life, Chemistry, and Geology. You will find her at Star Trek Conventions, Writer’s Conferences, Veterinary Seminars, or on the back of her horse when she takes a break from the keyboard to come up for air.
You can find me at hsrivney on Twitter and Facebook.