A free book for your feedback: reviewers needed!

Happy weekend all,

Your views and opinions of my writing are important to me and I’m looking for people who are interested in reviewing my new novella, He Who Fights and Runs Away. I will issue a Smashwords voucher to anyone who contacts me (which you can use to download a free copy of the book in any ebook format), on the condition that you review He Who Fights and Runs Away and post it on the sites of your favourite ebook retailer (such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iTunes), Goodreads and Smashwords (if you have accounts).

Don’t feel under any obligation to post an artificially good review and I’m simply looking for one that’s honest – feel free to say if you didn’t like it! Honest reviews are far more valuable and worthwhile to me and my readers!

If you’re interested, please send me a message on Facebook or get in touch through Twitter and I will send you the voucher or a copy of the book in any ebook format.

Cover designed by Najla Qamber Designs
Cover designed by Najla Qamber Designs

600 years from now, mankind has left Earth behind. The Milky Way is filled with seed colonies and teems with human life. Yet despite all our advances in science, we have yet to surpass our most primal natures. We carried all of our greed, wars and decadences with us into the stars and our far flung worlds are every bit as dangerous as Earth is now.

Lord Alasdair Donaghue, Duke of the British Stellar Dalcross Systems, has tried to remedy this with a second war on alcohol. But just as bootleggers emerged in the United States of America in the 1920’s, Prohibition has opened the door for criminals to grow rich once again. Famed for her resourceful and ruthless nature, Lisa Tant is one such smuggler. She has grown bold and confident with her ever growing infamy and it is on Calgany Space Station that she faces her reckoning. Betrayed by someone in her own crime syndicate, Tant finds herself the focus of the Alcohol Enforcement Agency and must flee the space station with her crew, cut off from her ship with seemingly nowhere to run.

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