PARADOXICAL JACK CAMPBELL NOVEL FINDS A HOME WITH ESPEC
STRATFORD, NJ (July 2016) ― eSpec Books is proud to announce their newest acquisition, The Sister Paradox, a new fantasy novel by New York Times bestselling author Jack Campbell. The book will be funded through Kickstarter later this year with an eye toward a Spring 2017 release. An official launch event is scheduled for Memorial Day weekend, to be held at Balticon 51 (www.balticon.org) a major science fiction convention in the Baltimore area, which Mr. Campbell attends.
The Sister Paradox is a young adult fantasy novel about a young boy who suddenly acquires a full-grown sister from an alternate dimension. Only he seems to realize she was not there before, giving an all-new twist to the concept of sibling rivalry.
Jack Campbell is the pen name of John G. Hemry, a retired Naval officer, in fine family tradition. He has twenty-six novels to his credit, including the bestselling Lost Fleet, Lost Stars, and Pillars of Reality series, and two short story collections. His short fiction has appeared in Analog, Amazing Stories, and Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine, as well as in anthologies by Baen Books, Dark Quest Books, and Marietta Publishing. Mr. Hemry is represented by the JABberwocky Literary Agency.
To learn more about his work visit http://www.jack-campbell.com/
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