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Check out Fleet: Dereliction, part 3 of my maritime science fiction serial!

FleetCover1-derelictionFleet: Dereliction is now available through the Amazon Kindle store!

“Captain Spat, father of Bosun Salmon, you stand accused of mutiny for allowing the theft of NC-3502-WM by negligence in your duties as both father to your daughter and mentor to your crew! How do you plead?”

The fleet is in chaos. Their best ship has been stolen. With her authority slipping away, the Admiral must seize command, root out the mutineers, and recover her stolen vessel. But, on the other side of the Reach, the trio – Croaker, Snapper, and Salmon – have reached their destination, the mysterious derelict that has been supplying the fleet for months.

The darkest secrets in the fleet will rise to the surface.

Head on over and check it out! It’s only $0.99, what have you got to lose?

A few people have asked about finding it in non-Amazon formats. Unfortunately, Amazon provides some pretty nice incentives to go exclusively through them, which is why the serial installments have all been through Kindle Direct Publishing. If you don’t want to wait for the omnibus edition, which will be available in multiple formats, including dead tree, there are a couple work-arounds. You can use Calibre to convert the Amazon .mobi file to another format (I publish without DRM, so this shouldn’t be a problem) or you can read it through Amazon’s browser on a computer or other internet enabled device.

Check out Fleet: Dereliction today!

If you’re new to the Fleet Series, check out parts 1 and 2:


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