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When Your Imagination Soars…

Take the imagination journey!

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One of the wonderful things about writing fiction is that you can make things happen that aren’t possible—at the moment.

Such as space travel to distant planets and/or galaxies.

I love making up the technology so that is possible to travel in space, and also to craft space battles, and create space-related (but survivable) challenges for my characters. 

And then there is the ability to send pets with your characters (which isn’t currently possible because pets need life support, too). While we wait for technology to catch up with our dreams—which it does, and has, more than we sometimes realize—thank heavens for fiction! 

Fictional storytelling allows us to combine our love for space and pets—and throw in romance, adventure, and danger. 

In this, the third outing for our Pets in Space anthology, you get eleven original stories—one a full-length novel!—and you’ll have a chance to contribute to a great cause. The authors of Embrace the Passion: Pets in Space 3 are proud supporters of HeroDogs.org, Pets in Space authors have donated over $4,400 in the past two years to help place specially trained dogs with veterans. 

Looking back, it is hard to realize that, at the time we were working on Pets in Space 1, our plan was to do it once and done. And yet here we are deep in our third Pets in Space anthology!

Why do we keep doing it? Well, the main reason—other than our love of science fiction romance fiction and pets—is because of our charity, Hero-Dogs.org. 

Our donation period ends on November 11, 2018 — Veterans Day — so there is still time to grab the anthology (now, only available on Amazon and FREE for Kindle Unlimited subscribers) and support Hero Dogs. 

And there is an additional benefit to grabbing Pets in Space 3 while it is still for sale (yes, this is a LIMITED time release — when it goes off sale at the end of January, it will be forever!), you can “sign up” for a space voyage that will take you on eleven exciting adventures for $4.99 — not millions of dollars. Lol Sorry, Elon Musk, but our journeys are safer, cheaper, and — dare I say it — more fun!

If you could go anywhere, where would you go today?

Perilously yours,

Pauline

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