Month: October 2016

Star Pack by Dawn Napier

Keep an eye out for our upcoming novel Star Pack by Dawn Napier, hitting the shelves December 2016! 

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The hunters have reached the stars, with the help of a remarkable mineral called the leap gem. Across the galaxy they travel, collecting scientific wisdom and harnessing the natural resources of the worlds they discover. When they discover a distant planet with gravity and oxygen similar to their own, it looks like a world ready-made for conquest. Mirra, the youngest star captain in history and possibly the most ambitious, leads her pack to the surface with the expectation of mastering and owning this new world.

She names it Otsanda, the She-Wolf.

But there are a few surprises waiting for her and her crew. The first is that the world is already inhabited by intelligent creatures, making it unfit for colonization, to Mirra’s bitter disappointment.

The second is that the two-legged inhabitants bear a striking resemblance to the Garou hunters themselves. The resemblance is so close, in fact, that the science officers wonder if the two species could be related. But that’s impossible.

The third surprise is that the natives seem to know all about the hunters. They scare each other with stories about them, about their moonlit curse and their bloodthirsty past.

They call them “werewolves.”

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Have you heard the word on the farm?

Author Julie Flanders, author of Polar Day and Polar Night has recently released her first children’s book through Native Ink Press. Baby Moo’s Great Escape, has illustration done by Teresa Venter!

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Baby Moo has a dream. He wants to travel the world and sing on the stage of the Sydney Opera House! While he loves his home at Sunrise Sanctuary, it hasn’t been the same since a piglet named Nathan showed up and stole all the attention away from Moo. Jealous of the new baby, Moo decides now is the time to make his escape and pursue his dream.

But the world outside the sanctuary gates is not quite the fun and exciting place Moo imagined, and he quickly finds himself in big trouble. Moo’s friends Missy the dog and Ruthie the cat rush to help him, and land in some trouble of their own.
Lost and frightened, Moo and his friends must rely on each other to find their way back home. Will they ever see Sunrise again?

 

Baby Moo’s Great Escape can be found on Native Ink’s website as well as Amazon for purchase! And remember, the greatest gift an author could receive is a review! For more information about Julie Flanders and her books, check out her profile on Goodreads.

 
Looking to write a review? Visit Baby Moo on Goodreads, or better yet at Sunrise Sanctuary!