July 2016 News: Chasing Nonconformity is voted one of the
50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading of 2016!
Eris and Varrin are back in this thrilling sequel to
Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It!
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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Send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let me know! Signed copies are $15 CAD + shipping (or 2 for $25). And you’ll also get two “chibi” magnets of the main characters, Eris and Varrin!
What people are saying about Chasing Nonconformity:
“The — already pretty great — writing is even smoother now; the characters are every bit as much fun; irreverent humor (my favorite kind) abounds, and the plot thickens.”
“The same snarky dialogue which made the first book in the series so enjoyable is back in full force. Ms. Proulx effortless introduces readers to new characters to root for, while continuing to develop those from the first. Dialogue is witty, settings are easy to imagine, and once again I found myself saddened to reach the final pages.”
“Chasing Nonconformity was EXACTLY the sequel that I wanted for Imminent Danger. It was clear that Michelle found her groove from the first book and stayed in it to write the second — full of familiar wacky space references, snappy sarcasm, weird aliens, and drama as the first.”