The two most recent Aurora Rhapsody short stories, APOGEE and SOLATIUM, are now available as stand-alone short stories on Amazon, for $0.99 each. Follow the links! APOGEESOLATIUM.

If you haven't read them in their respective anthologies yet, I highly encourage you to read them now. (And if you have read them, a quick little review of the stand-alone stories would be most welcome.) 

  • As I talk about at greater length in today's blog postSolatium is a compelling look at Mia's origins as well as a rollicking Caleb-and-Samuel buddy action-comedy. I think you'll really enjoy it.
  • Apogee, however, is important - so important I'm labeling it Aurora Rhapsody #4.5. I'm not calling it required reading, as you'll get the bare facts in Dissonance, but it's damn close. The events of Apogee have a profound impact on the characters in Dissonance, and you'll be missing out if you lack the wonderful nuance and perspective of the story itself.

I have a new blog post today: Behind the Scenes With This Writer, Aurora Rhapsody - and Dissonance. And while it includes the fun reveals and trivia you've come to expect from a "Behind the Scenes" post, it's a lot more as well: a brief retrospective, a look at the current state of the Aurora Rhapsody world, and a personal statement of gratitude. Give it a read :).

I'll be running a giveaway over on Goodreads for 5 paperback copies of Dissonance starting Monday. You can't enter until the 21st (not up to me), but bookmark it and enter next week: Giveaway. The contest ends on release day, April 2nd. [EDIT]: Here's the entry widget!

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Dissonance by G.S. Jennsen

Dissonance

by G.S. Jennsen

Giveaway ends April 02, 2016.

See the giveaway details at Goodreads.

Enter Giveaway

That's all the announcements for today - all the good stuff is over in the blog post. Two weeks until DISSONANCE!

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