#MotownWriters New book release: Dreams of Stars and Lies is a collection of five short science fiction stories via @JeanDDavis

Dreams of Stars and Lies is a collection of five short science fiction stories, featuring Sipper:

Poverty has shaped Tia’s life since childhood, labeling her a roach. A day without hunger pains or despising looks is pure fantasy until she accepts a job offer to explore a wondrous deserted city on a distant world. All she can think about is the life-altering payout she’ll receive in six months.

A hundred roaches are set free in the city of crystal spires. Their mission: To learn what they can about the previous occupants and to verify that the place is habitable for the host of wealthy future occupants waiting in orbit.

Well-provisioned, Tia and her fellow roaches scatter to explore the dunes and spires. Then people start to disappear. Are they being picked off to lessen the payout or is there a killer among them? All the credits in the world won’t matter if she’s dead.

Dreams of Stars and Lies is available in both print $9.99 and ebook $1.99.

Amazon: https://amzn.to/31GC9x0
Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1026840?ref=hubbooks
Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/dreams-of-stars-and-lies
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dreams-of-stars…/1137170842

About the Author: Jean Davis lives in West Michigan with her musical husband, two nerdy kids, and two attention-craving terriers. When not ruining fictional lives from the comfort of her writing chair, she can be found devouring books and sushi, enjoying the offerings of local breweries, weeding her flower garden, or picking up hundreds of sticks while attempting to avoid the abundant snake population who also shares her yard.

Jean writes speculative fiction. Her novels include Dreams of Stars and LiesThe Narvan SeriesDestiny Pills & Space Wizards, The Last God, A Broken Race, and Sahmara

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