Chasing Nonconformity RELEASE DAY!!!

That’s right, my friends! Today is the release day for Book #2 of the Imminent Danger series — Chasing Nonconformity!

I’ve been writing this book since 2010, and hyping it up since 2013, and finally — FINALLY! — it’s published. Feel free to start freaking out. I know I am. It’s done! Woooooooooo!

So Chasing Nonconformity basically picks up right after Imminent Danger ended. We once again follow Eris on her awesome outer space adventures as she flies around the galaxy with Varrin, Miguri, and Grashk, and tries not to get abducted or shot or killed. Which happens to her a lot. Like, a lot.

All the details about the book are below. If you want to help out with the release and share the book link, that would be absolutely awesome. If you do end up reading the book, please consider leaving a review (because reviews are the lifeblood of a self-published author, they determine the success or failure of a self-published book, yada yada yada). And if you’d like to get your hands on a signed print copy of the book, shoot me an email (michellishelli@gmail.com) and let me know. It’ll be $10/book + shipping.

Thank you so much to everyone who’s stuck by me during this incredibly long writing/editing/publishing process. I know it took literally forever, but I wanted to make the sequel as close to perfect as it could get. And I think you’ll really enjoy the results of my efforts.

So click the link below, share it if you feel the urge, and above all, stay awesome!!!

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Click here to buy Chasing Nonconformity!

Click here (use the Look Inside feature) to check out the first few chapters.

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Still reeling from accidentally marrying an exiled alien prince named Varrin, and from almost getting her head blown off by a six-armed lizard man with anger management issues, seventeen-year-old Eris Miller is ready for a vacation. But Varrin is desperate to rescue his beloved spaceship, the Nonconformity, from the clutches of the galactic government, so her vacation will just have to wait.

While Eris and Varrin chase after the stolen ship, they’re unaware that trouble is brewing on the other side of the galaxy. The villainous Emperor of Rakor has assembled a task force, led by the commander of the deadly Skin Slicers, to hunt Varrin down.

With enemies closing in and the Nonconformity slipping further and further from their grasp, Eris must ask herself: how much is she willing to sacrifice to ensure her happily ever after?

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40 thoughts on “Chasing Nonconformity RELEASE DAY!!!

  1. metallicwolff

    Reblogged this on MetallicWolff and commented:
    Check it out!

  2. The first sentence in your blurb is fantastic, Michelle! Already bought my copy. 🙂

  3. Congrats, Michelle! Wishing you great success!

  4. Reblogged this on My train of thoughts on… and commented:
    Dear friends, let us celebrate author Michelle Proulx on the release day of CHASING NONCONFORMITY! 🙂

  5. Great. I will have to read this one.

  6. Ahh! Totally missed this! Grabbing my copy now, and I’ll reblog, too!

  7. Reblogged this on A Keyboard and an Open Mind and commented:
    Book 2 in Michelle Proulx’s “Imminent Danger” series is now out! If you haven’t read the first one, you should, then you should pick this one up, too!

  8. Woo hoo! How exciting! Congrats, hon!!! 😀

  9. Squee! I’m SO behind the times; I didn’t know this was out! I just re-read the original the other day, so great timing; I can read this immediately.

    And I see you have new covers; they look very professional! I need to re-release “Acceptance” with a new cover, too. I have it designed, I just need to suck it up and do the tedious work necessary to change it out and fix a few typos. (I also have my historical romance novel ready to go; I just need to do all the submission work and final proof review on it.)

    Speaking of which, I noticed on your GoodReads blurb that you talk about the Nonconformity being further and further away. I’m pretty sure that should be farther and farther away. It was just recently that I learned the difference; “further” means to advance something (“I am furthering my interests”) while “farther” means to move away from. Here in the South, we only ever use “further” (and we also only use “lay,” never “lie”), so it’s been really recently that I learned the difference. Sometimes I still get into a gray area where I’m not sure which to use.

    A friend from New York state pointed out to me in my first book that it’s not correct to say “sit in the floor”–a very Southern way of speaking. People sit *on* the floor. Regional dialects are a real handicap for writers!

    I guess I can kiss cleaning the kitchen tomorrow goodbye. I’m going to be reading!

    • Hey!!! This is an excellent coincidence, because I was just looking through my bookshelf for something to read and I spotted Acceptance and thought “What the heck is Keri up to these days?” And then literally the next day I get this message from you, so … great minds think alike? Lol. Yes, Chasing Nonconformity is published! You’ve probably started reading it already by the time you see this comment, so I hope it’s going well, and that you’re enjoying it 😀 Also, yay on a new Acceptance cover! I’m also quite intrigued by the historical romance — shoot me a message when it’s published and I’ll gladly help you promote it (and obviously I also want to read it, lol). As for further vs farther … yeah, I was wondering about that too. I did a lot of research, and the bottom line I came up with is “farther” is technically correct, but “further” is being used so much in that context these days that it’s correct as well. So … I went with it, lol. Hopefully it was the right decision 😀 Happy reading, and can’t wait to hear about your books!!!

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