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By: Rik de Mora


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Starship-101 successfully landed on Proxima Centauri-b about twenty years ago, marking humanity’s first interstellar settlement. But with radio messages taking over four years to traverse the vast darkness of space, this fledgling colony has been isolated from Earth. Enter the Clason twins – Tarvin and Harden – the galaxy’s preeminent Superposition Navigators. These brothers can bend the quantum space-time continuum to their will, instantaneously transporting people and cargo across the stars. To revive supply lines and reintegrate Proxima Centauri b into humanity’s network of trade, the Clasons have been contracted to lead a modern resupply mission. Their quantum technology will provide the colony with the latest gadgets and gizmos from home. And the Navigators have another task – returning Starship-101 itself. That aging relic is now a valuable antique, the first testimony that humans can thrive beyond our solar cradle. Join the Clason twins as they quantum-jump across the cosmos on this historic mission of reconnection!

Born in the village of Moore in the Borough of Halton, located midway between Runcorn and Warrington in Cheshire, England, where his father was a licensed victualler, Richard de Mora gave up a promising career with the Mersey Ferries to follow his dream of being a session musician at Abbey Road. He never actually played his guitar in any Beatles’ sessions, though he often claimed that he had.

Tiring of the hand-to-mouth existence of a poorly-paid session musician in London, he returned to Liverpool and had a range of lucrative jobs in local attractions in the city’s growing tourist industry. These included trainee crocodile-handler at a local adventure park; specialist scouse-chef at a Pier Head hostelry; and mushroom forager in Sefton and Prince’s Parks, where he also worked as a tennis coach. During most of this time, he attended creative writing classes at local colleges and wrote several quite successful professional texts and guidebooks. Now, he’s decided to write fiction and it’s up to you to decide how well that’s turned out.

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