A Cut to the Chase

We interrupt “Sun’s Rival” Launch Week to bring you a cover revelation!

Recall ye that time not so long past when Will & Allyn’s Interactive Theatre joined forces with author Michelle Proulx to present the rebooted cover of her space adventure, “Imminent Danger and How to Fly Straight Into It”? (As if one could forget…) Well, “Imminent Danger” has a sequel coming, and THIS, my friends, is its face:

Chasing Nonconformity

Still reeling from accidentally marrying an exiled alien prince named Varrin, and from almost getting her head blown off by a six-armed lizard man with anger management issues, seventeen-year-old Eris Miller is ready for a vacation. But Varrin is desperate to rescue his beloved spaceship, the Nonconformity, from the clutches of the galactic government, so her vacation will just have to wait.

While Eris and Varrin chase after the stolen ship, they’re unaware that trouble is brewing on the other side of the galaxy. The villainous Emperor of Rakor has assembled a task force, led by the commander of the deadly Skin Slicers, to hunt Varrin down. With enemies closing in and the Nonconformity slipping further and further from their grasp, Eris must ask herself: how much is she willing to sacrifice to ensure her happily ever after?

“Eeee-wow!” says Will Scarlet. “Who did the cover art?”

That would be Ravven. A big hand for the artistic talent, everyone. *clap, clap*

“And when’s the book coming out?”

Spring 2015. (Cue the brief moment of panic as we all remember that 2015 begins in less than a month, how did this happen, where has the year gone, oh heavens.) *ahem* For further details on “Chasing Nonconformity” and its predecessor, “Imminent Danger”, fly on over to michelleproulx.com.

And while you’re in the neighborhood, check out Michelle’s IndieGoGo campaign. Like “Sun’s Rival” Launch Week, it comes with numerous opportunities to get cool stuff. ;D

We now* return to your regularly scheduled Wilderhark-centric posts.

*And by “now”, I mean “tomorrow”. See you then!

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