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Book Blitz: Dim Stars by Brian P. Rubin | @sot_tours @brianprubin

Howdy booklovers!! I’m so excited to be a part of the blitz for Dim Stars! Now, i have been snowed under at work so I haven’t quite finished it yet but I’m so excited about this book! You can head over to Story Tellers on Tour to view the event here

Dim Stars: A Novel of Outer-Space Shenanigans by Brian P. Rubin
Published: October 20, 2020 by Critical Eye Publishing
Series: –
Genre: Sci-Fi, Humor
Pages: 353


Kenzie Washington, fourteen-year-old girl genius, signs up for a two-week tour as a cadet on the spaceship of her idol, Captain Dash Drake. Too bad Dash, who once saved the galaxy from the evil Forgers, is a broke loser and much less than meets the eye. But when an intergalactic evil appears and launches an attack, Dash, Kenzie, and the ship’s crew escape, making them the next target. On the run and low on gas, Dash and Kenzie encounter cannibal space-pirates, catastrophic equipment failure, and a cyborg who’s kind of a jerk. Kenzie is determined to discover the bad guys’ secret plan. But for her to succeed, Dash needs to keep his brilliant, annoying cadet from getting killed …which is a lot harder than it sounds.


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About the Author

Brian P. Rubin has written articles and blogs for City Pages, Geek Magazine, Machinima’s Inside Gaming Daily, ReadWrite, Looper, and Grunge, among several others that both time and the Internet have forgotten. He even wrote questions for Trivial Pursuit, none of which actually wound up in the final game. So that’s cool. His first novel, Dim Stars: A Novel of Outer-Space Shenanigans, was published in 2020. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with his family.


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