After chatting to some other authors about how they encourage readers of their first book to carry on with the series, I’ve added a short epilogue to the end of the first Space Team book. Space Team was originally intended as a standalone novel, but I was having too much fun to stop, so immediately started on the second book. Because it was a standalone, though, there was nothing to really suggest a sequel was coming, hence the Epilogue.

If you’ve already read the book, feel free to download and read the Epilogue now. If you haven’t read it, then what are you doing messing around here? Go get it now, and you should find the Epilogue already in place at the end.

For existing readers, though, you can read the PDF version below.

Space Team Epilogue

Space Team Epilogue
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    1. Hey Steve. Yes! Book two is in production and should be out at the end of this month, then book three is going into production immediately afterwards, so expect August for that one. 🙂

  • Fun Epilogue, though having recently bought a “package deal” of the first three books, I just naturally went from the first right into the second, even without the Epilogue.

    I just started the third book last night, and purchased four and five today (since we have a week-long vacation coming up next week, and reading just goes wonderfully with vacation).

  • I have first 3 of Space Team (read and reviewed), Pew Pew which I am currently reading. I will get next books from Space Team with next paycheck! Your writing is refreshingly funny, adventurous, and wholly delightful

  • Okay, so I’m like, you know, absolutely amazed (but not at all disappointed, as my job sucks) that I missed two full days of work and nights of sleep just because I wanted to know if Cal and Miz, (or Cal and Loren, or Loren and Mech, or Splort and Splort) ever work out the obvious sexual tension.
    Just finished what I really thought was going to be one of those, you know, kinda cheesy stories that you find when you’ve read everything else and then it’s Saturday morning and I gotta call the boss and say oops, missed work ’cause I was improving my intellectual well-being with a box set of “Space Team”. Of course, he has no sense of just how important it is to know these things, but was kind enough to give me a little more time off. Ok, maybe a lot of time off. Okay, so that was just wishful thinking.
    Anyway, I just wanted to drop a quick note and say that in 30 or so years of reading, nay, devouring all types of sci-fi, I think I have a new favorite author. Thanks so much for the pleasant surprise.

    1. Kevin, you’re an absolute legend, and I’ll Captain-Kirk-flying-kick the shizz out of anyone who dares to say otherwise. Thanks for jumping aboard. It’s a pleasure to have you on the team.

      If you have a spare minute, and haven’t done so already, it’d be amazing if you could leave a review on Amazon. 🙂

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