It’s been a long time since I’ve had Margaret Fieland as a guest on my blog. Margaret writes very imaginative science fiction stories. Readers, leave a comment at the end of this blog for a chance to win a copy of one of Margaret Fieland’s novels.
It’s good to see you again, Margaret. I noticed you have a couple of new books out since the last time we spoke. Please do tell.
Thanks Suzanne. Here's the blurb for Broken Bonds:
Romance with aliens? A treason accusation? Brad Reynolds has his hands full. When Major Brad Reynolds is assigned to head the Terran Federation base on planet Aleyne, the last thing he expects to find is love, and certainly not with one of the alien Aleyni. How can he keep his lover, in the face of political maneuvering and of Ardaval's feelings for his former partners -- and theirs for him?
And here’s the one for Geek Games:
When fourteen-year-old Martin lets Tom, a charismatic bully, persuade him to bring down the spaceport computer network, he never considers someone will place a bomb resulting in the death of his friend's father. Nothing will bring Captain Frey back, but if Martin can help locate the terrorists' drug lab, perhaps he'll be able to forgive himself.
That sounds fantastic. I don’t know where or how you come up with all these ideas. Your imagination never quits.
So what’s next?
I'm working on book four in the Aleyne series, and I'm almost done. The main character in this one is Colonel Robert (Rob) Walker, the man who arrests Brad Reynolds, the main character in Broken Bonds, for treason. This time the focus is the political situation. The treaty between the Aleyni and the Terran Federation is up for renewal. Rob ends up in charge of the Federation base on Aleyne after he arrests Brad, and he ends up holding the bag on the treaty negotiations. Since neither the Terrans nor the Aleyni are willing to compromise, the prospects for success appear dim. And the price of failure will be war, a war where both sides could suffer horrible losses.
There is also a romantic subplot. Rob has two wives. His marriage is troubled, and he's also in love with his best friend, Captain Reuben Tyler. Rob is unwilling to admit, even to himself, how much he wants Reuben. Rob has his hands full.
Many of the characters from the previous novels appear in this book.
Now where can we buy your books?
Here's my author page on Amazon:
and on MuseItUp Publishing:
Thanks, Margaret. I will certainly be reading snuggling down with one of your books in some corner of my bedroom on a different planet. Whoops…what? Did I really say that? Readers, leave a comment so you can win one of Margaret Fieland’s ebooks.