OH, and Doug's book

is great.

All sorts of creatures hopping around in there. I had a bit of trouble keeping track of them (hey there can be a lot of names in any story but at least you're usually dealing with one or maybe two species). Eventually the story took over and I stopped fretting.

I'm going to read it again to make sure I keep my birds separate and because it's the kind of book that'll reveal something new, a missed joke, maybe -- on another read.

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  1. Thanks, Kate. More species to come! Book Two will introduce Bare Rump (the giant spider) and Argh (the giant fly, whom she lovingly calls Lord Valor -- yes, I've built a romance into Book Two), and the Dobolu show up in Book Three. They're bipedal boars.

    As I said once over at Paperback Writer's blog, this trilogy could be subtitled "Animal Farm -- in Space!"

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  2. Where does one go to get Doug's Book?
    I see Doug does the Sam Winston method of promotion - usually leaves it for someone else, lol.

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  3. Sam, if you'd like to be a gamma reader, email me at

    azureus
    at
    harborside
    dot
    com (spam-proofed)

    and I'll send you a Word doc or WordPerfect file, whichever you like. (It's not published or epublished. I'm letting folks look at it prior to sending it out, to share their thoughts with me.)

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  4. Oh - I've always wanted to be a beta - reader!!

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