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Throwback Thursday – An Endless Sea of Stars

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For Throwback Thursday I’m showing some love to An Endless Sea of Stars, my first foray into writing an m/m science fiction story. Though I’d call it sci-fi “lite” as it’s Earth-based and heavier on the romance instead of spaceships. 🙂

AN ENDLESS SEA OF STARS:
23,375 words

BLURB:
The year is 2121. While Earth has conquered exploration of the Milky Way, we have yet to develop an interstellar engine to take us beyond our own galaxy. Thus the Intergalactic Exploration Alliance and the Gemini Project were formed.
Lieutenant Tobias Dekker is fresh out of the IEA academy and determined to be assigned to the Gemini engineering team. Putting career above all else. He knows from experience that relationships have no place in the Alliance.

Commander Caden Flynn is equally determined to see the Gemini prototype take flight to uncharted space. The engine is his late father’s design and he wants nothing more than to be the test pilot that breaks the next light speed barrier.
Two men dreaming of a sea of stars find that it’s instead an ocean here on Earth that brings them together.

Can Cade convince Toby to open up his heart and take a chance on love and explore the universe with him, side by side?

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Backlist bump – An Endless Sea of Stars

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Contacting the winners of my blog tour for Broken Soldier and having them choose one of my books as their prize got me thinking I should show some love to my backlist books this week.  Last but not least is An Endless Sea of Stars.

AN ENDLESS SEA OF STARS:

23,375 words

BLURB: The year is 2121. While Earth has conquered exploration of the Milky Way, we have yet to develop an interstellar engine to take us beyond our own galaxy. Thus the Intergalactic Exploration Alliance and the Gemini Project were formed.

Lieutenant Tobias Dekker is fresh out of the IEA academy and determined to be assigned to the Gemini engineering team. Putting career above all else. He knows from experience that relationships have no place in the Alliance. Commander Caden Flynn is equally determined to see the Gemini prototype take flight to uncharted space. The engine is his late father’s design and he wants nothing more than to be the test pilot that breaks the next light speed barrier.

Two men dreaming of a sea of stars find that it’s instead an ocean here on Earth that brings them together. Can Cade convince Toby to open up his heart and take a chance on love and explore the universe with him, side by side?

BUY LINKS:
AMAZON: http://tinyurl.com/jj6zyfv
B&N: http://tinyurl.com/z26lzvd
KOBO: http://tinyurl.com/zmm5nyz
ARe: http://tinyurl.com/gqrffmk
SCRIBD: http://tinyurl.com/jkamhe7

FREE READ – An Endless Sea of Stars

Last in my series of FREE CHAPTER READS. Keep reading to get to know Cade and Toby…

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CHAPTER FOUR

As promised, they arrived at the caves ten minutes later and the two men set about securing the boat and then getting into their dive gear, making sure to check that their primary and secondary dive lights attached to their helmets were in working order. Equipment check complete, they sat on the side of the boat.

“Okay, number one,” Toby began. “Stay close by me. Number two, be aware of your surroundings and remember as much as you can, because it’s going to be very different down there in the dark later. Number three…” he smiled. “Have fun.”

“Check and check,” Cade acknowledged Toby’s instructions. “And that last part won’t be a problem,” he smiled in return as both men put on their helmets and slipped over the side of the boat.

Toby led them just a short distance away from the Calypso, to the first cave, making sure Cade was sticking close beside him. Toby didn’t go deep, using the light from the setting sun shining down from the opening high above to guide them. He watched as Cade did as instructed, turning his head from side to side, taking in his surroundings, and also consulting his compass from time to time.

They swam for twenty minutes, through several interconnecting caves, watching as a new set of underwater creatures came to life as the sun went down. This time Toby indicated for them to ascend while still inside the cave. They broke the surface, treading water, their dive lights bouncing off the cavern walls.

“Well, what do you think?” Toby asked, removing his helmet, his voice echoing around them.

“Stunning,” Cade said simply, smiling widely. “Beautiful, Toby, just beautiful.”

“Knew you’d like it,” Toby replied, pleased. “Okay, let’s get back and enjoy the last of the sunset, take a break and then head back in,” he finished, then put his helmet back on and dropped back underwater, leading Cade out of the cave and back to the boat.

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Paperbacks now available!

I’m excited to announce that all of my books are now available in PAPERBACK at Amazon! Just click the link to get to my Author page and scroll down. Don’t they look pretty?

http://www.amazon.com/Jamie-Lynn-Miller/e/B00IMRJVM6/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1418928447&sr=8-1

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A 5-Star review for An Endless Sea of Stars!

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Received a wonderful 5-star review on Amazon for An Endless Sea of Stars:

5.0 out of 5 stars Quite simply, I loved it., November 8, 2014
So I’ll admit that when I first started reading AN ENDLESS SEA OF STARS my initial reaction was “I thought this was supposed to be a sci-fi story?”

As Jamie pulled me deeper into her characters and their story line I though “It’s not over the top sci-fi and is turning out to be pretty cool.”

About the middle of the story the genius that is Jamie’s storytelling started to weave two regular guys with big dreams together with a universe full of bigger dreams and a side dish of adventure.

By the end of the book all I could think was “Oh. My. God. I have GOT to read that again! It’s well written, unexpected, subtle and yet packs a punch. Quite simply, I loved it.