Nimbus, the third and final book in my Psi-Tech trilogy is out now from DAW. I can't believe I waited ten whole days to post it here. I've been busy doing the kind of things that you do when a new book comes out - writing guest blog posts, doing interviews for web sites and generally trying to publicise it without being obnoxious and yelling BUY MY BOOK! (Even though that's what I mean.)
In actual fact what I should be doing is yelling BUY MY TRILOGY! because Empire of Dust, Crossways and Nimbus, are three sections of a continuous story.
But, hey, this isn't a hard sell. Buy it and read it if you like space opera, psionics, little guys fighting big corporations, space battles, personal conflicts, mysterious aliens and a touch or romance. If that's not your thing, then steer clear.
I'd be interested to hear from anyone who read either Crossways or Nimbus as a first introduction to the Psi-Tech universe. I'm too close to it all to judge whether they can be read as standalones. I hope they can. I think any reader would quickly pick up what was going on.
Not read any of them yet?
In a galaxy where the megacorporations are more powerful that any individual government, and ambitious executives play fast and loose with ethics in order to secure resources from the colonies, where can good people turn for help? The megacorps control the jump-gates, using implant-enhanced telepaths, psi-techs. They have these psi-techs trapped with unbreakable contracts, lacking for nothing—except freedom.
But there are some free psi-techs who have escaped the megacorps. Reska (Ben) Benjamin and Cara Carlinni lead the Free Company, based on the rogue space-station, Crossways; and there are rumours of Sanctuary, a place that takes in runaway psi-techs and allows them to disappear quietly.
The megacorps have struck at Crossways once—and failed—so what are they planning now? Crossways can't stand alone, and neither can the independent colonies, though maybe together they have a chance.
But something alien and very, very dangerous is stirring in the depths of foldspace. Something bigger than the petty squabbles between megacorps and independents. Until now, humans have had a free hand in the Galaxy, settling colony after colony, but that might have to change now that the Nimbus is coming.
So there you have it. If you do read it, then I always appreciate honest reviews on Goodreads or your own blogs or websites, facebook or twitter. If anyone out there would like to host a blog post or an interview for me, you can contact me via my writing website.
Here's what I wrote over on my other blog at https://jaceybedford.wordpress.com/2017/