Triumphant Cover Reveal

And now, alas, for some shameless commercialism. Amazing how different it feels, though, when it’s my commercialism … noble, almost, or at least artistic and marvellously important, as opposed to crass.

Without further apology, here’s the cover reveal for The Triumph of Tompa Lee, my upcoming science fiction adventure with dollops of romance. Leave a comment to let me know what you think of the cover, or the book, or your book, or the weather–whatever. I’d love to hear from you!


In the beginning, there was hardcover.

A-Tompa hardcover

Then ebook and trade paperback.

B-Trial paperback

Along came a sequel.

C-Tribulations

And then there was…

 

 

 

…at long last…

 

 

 

 

 

…after many trials and tribulations…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRIUMPH!

 

 

 

 

D-Triumph

 

The third book in The Trilogy of Tompa Lee, available July 29.

Preorder it now!

Tompa Lee — orphan, anti-social loner, and homeless street meat — has clawed her way up to the stars. There, on planet Zee Shode, she finds the galaxy’s greatest treasures: friendship and love.

Happily ever after? Not if the Galactic Trading Council has its way. The Council rules by divide and conquer, and Tompa commits the unforgivable crime of ‘forgery’—forging an alliance between humans, Shons, and Klicks. When the Council hires Lily Kilsing, earth’s most feared bounty hunter, Kilsing lures Tompa to a deserted alien city by kidnapping her fiancé and her best friend.

Can Tompa kill the huntress–or will she be forced to sacrifice her own life, trying to save her loved ones?

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What people are saying about Tompa Lee:

“Ed Hoornaert is a marvelous writer: a terrific, engrossing storyteller and a consummate stylist.” – Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo and Nebula Award winning author

“A leading lady worth rooting for…”  San Francisco Book Review

“…an attractive, ambitious vagabond.” – Arizona Daily Star

“I love Tompa Lee! She grabs me in many of the same ways that are so captivating about Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo.” – Pamela Keys, author of The Jumbee

“Reminiscent of the best of classic Star Trek.” – TheBestReviews.com

“…a rollicking romp on a distant planet, full of adventure and heart.” –  Amber Belldene, author of the Blood Vine series

So what are you waiting for? Preorder it now!
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One comment

  1. Mary Roya · · Reply

    Why do L need a password to read you blog? I do enjoy reading it. May I have access? Thanks Mary Roya

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