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A Milestone: Ten Books in the Meniscus Series

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With the publication of Meniscus: Rosetta Stone, there are now ten books in the Meniscus Science Fiction Series. Well, since I always make life difficult for myself, there are actually eleven books (if you count Meniscus: 1.5 and you should – it’s a great little book).

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In any case, this is a milestone in another way. Rosetta Stone is the first book of a Trilogy aimed at ending the oppressive rule of the Dock-winders, overlords of planet Meniscus.

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The Meniscus Science Fiction Series tells:

  • the story of abducted Humans and their fight for freedom

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  • the love stories of memorable characters:

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  • the adventures of characters pitted against the wilds of planet Meniscus:

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The stories are told in free-verse poetry (do not be afraid) and illustrated. Each book includes maps, character backgrounds, a glossary and a Gel-speak dictionary.

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Try them, you’ll like them. Click on any of the covers to the right to see the book for sale on Amazon.

All my best!

Jane

Written by jane tims

November 5, 2021 at 11:34 am

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  1. Dear Jane, Today I read through the descriptions of your books on Amazon. So interesting. You are a gifted writer and artist.

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    Ellen Grace Olinger

    November 14, 2021 at 2:03 pm

    • Thank you. I love to write and draw…actually the whole process is interesting to me. This week I’m working on the drawings for my new Kaye Eliot mystery ‘Stained Glass’.

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      jane tims

      November 15, 2021 at 12:50 pm


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