Last Night in Ghosttown (novella) coming this month! from Kathryn McKade

I’m thrilled to bring you a cover reveal of my longest suffering (with my stuff) beta reader, Kathryn McKade’s novella, Last Night In Ghosttown. I was thrilled to have beta read this one and I am absolutely recommending it because it’s that good. Love, loss and hope set in a far-flung, future Bharat empire. A sci-fi romance coming soon! (May 26 is what Goodreads says.)

LastNightinGhosttown_LargeCover art by Diogo Lando.

Blurb:

In the Maharajah’s Consortium every aspect of citizens’ lives is monitored by the GRID. Throughout the galaxy, on every planet: money, property, even lives are tracked by General Resource Interactive Display. Everywhere, that is, except for Ghosttown. Ghosttown: slum, theme park, holy city, the city that time forgot.

Enter Dev. In five days he leaves for Misra 7, a planet entrenched in a war so deadly it’s known as The House of Death. So it’s one last hurrah before he ships out.

Despite being on a strict time table, Dev allows a would-be thief, Rishi, talk him into handing out expensive med-gems to the sick and needy. What Rishi gets out of this, Dev doesn’t know. What he does know is that he keeps putting off his departure date, and he can’t deny that Rishi is the reason.

Does Dev stick around for Holi, help the people trapped in Ghosttown, and risk getting branded a deserter? Or should he clear out before he gives up his heart to Rishi?

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About the Author

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Self-portrait by Kathryn McKade

Kathryn McKade is an artist, author and avid reader. She is drawn to stories of vivid, complex characters and exotic worlds of fantasy. She can usually be found wandering the otherworldly landscapes of northern Arizona, or online at http://kathrynmckade.blogspot.com. Her alter ego’s artwork can be viewed at http://iviemoon.deviantart.com.

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