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Bloodshot Buck: new sci-fi series by Willow and Mitch

bloodshot_rec_01Humanity is no longer alone, and they’re evolving, as two women struggle to cope with their duties in a new frontier.

by W. H. Wood and Mitch K. Allan

Look at that beautiful cover. It’s hard to believe it’s the cover of our first published series, currently airing on Big World Network.

Since an alien migrant fleet entered the Local solar system human technology has improved, their colonies on Mars have expanded, but their suspicion and reluctance to share resources with the migrant fleet has never abated.

In an attempt at truce, the migrant fleet have agreed to share their DNA with human marine candidates. Those who survive the cellular fusion are now part of a new, space frontier army; trained to kill with a drop of blood.

EVA BUCK is among the newest recruits and her induction into the synth army takes a dangerous turn when her instructor, NENI-LOHI PROUT, does the unthinkable.

Content Rating: 18 (hence the 18 stamp in the corner!)

GUYS, I’M SO EXCITED. I mean, cover art. That means this is official business! The BWN creative director, Mario Hernandez, and artist Corrie took one of my scrappy sketches and turned it into something awesome:

Neni and Evabloodshot_squ_01I mean look at the difference. Unf. I couldn’t be more grateful to work with a company like Big World Network. They’re hardworking, generous, creative and fair. It’s a thrill to publish with them and, if you’re not already subcribed to their ever growing library, I hope you’ll consider it!


8 thoughts on “Bloodshot Buck: new sci-fi series by Willow and Mitch”

    1. Aw, thank you so much! I love the cover for The King’s Sacrifice—I really hope the Khekarian Series is doing well. I’ve added it to my list. 😀


      1. Brilliant! Thank you so much!

        The first of the series (The Khekarian Threat) will be a freebie on Kindle just after Christmas – I do that whenever I can just to get it into as many hands as I am able to.

        It’s picking up more since the second book came out, and hopefully more so again when I finish the third one.

        I think patience is the key when it comes to writing. That and hard work, of course.

        Good luck with yours, too. I do like a series. It’s like visiting a country. If you like it, you want to go back again and again for new adventures.



        1. Oh, well I’ll definitely have to take advantage of that! I’m a little bit (a lot) skint right now. Christmas time leaves quite a hole in ma pocket.

          I’ll be sure to spread the news of your series once I can grab myself a copy. 😀

          That’s a lovely analogy, and I agree. It feels so exhilarating to find a story you can live within for more than one book.


          1. No problem, Willow – I will be blogging about it being free every day that it is (I can only get 5 days up free out of every 3 months, so I announce it constantly while it’s on).

            I am the same. I hate it when a good book ends. I just want to stay there. 😀



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