Announcement: Far From Home, by Dale Cameron Lowry

Far From HomeQSFer Dale Cameron Lowry has a new MM sci fi romance out:

Rajiv met and fell in love with his husband, Mateo, when they were both members of the scientific team responsible for transforming Mars into a home suitable for humans. But the planet isn’t big enough for the entire population and, years into their shared mission, Rajiv is ordered back to Earth for four years to restore the barren lands of the American Midwest.

When the distance threatens to weaken their bond, Mateo gets creative with technology, adapting it in sexy and innovative ways to keep the flame burning.

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Giveaway

Dale is giving away an eBook copy of “Love Unmasked”, a lighthearted romance about a man who occasionally turns into a raccoon. Comment on this post for a chance to win.


Author Bio

Dale Cameron Lowry lives in the Upper Midwest with a partner and three cats, one of whom enjoys eating dish towels, quilts, and wool socks. It’s up to you to guess whether the fabric eater is one of the cats or the partner. When not busy mending items destroyed by the aforementioned fabric eater, Dale enjoys writing gay romantic, erotic, and speculative fiction; wasting time on Tumblr; listening to Mormon-related podcasts; studying anatomy and neurophysiology; getting annoyed at Duolingo; and reading fairy tales.

34 Replies to “Announcement: Far From Home, by Dale Cameron Lowry”

  1. K Nord

    I’ve read a lot of books with shifters in them, but I don’t think I’ve ever read a story about a raccoon shifter. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

    –K

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  2. Sativa Timothy

    I am new fan and am looking forward to finding more treasures. I love the writing style and bold characterst so far.

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  3. Sharon

    Your story sounds very interesting. I enjoy reading shapeshifter stories but I don’t think I’ve come across a raccoon in any of them so far, and also exploring using technology to keep the flames burning in a long distance relationship sounds fascinating.

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  4. Mike Gillispie

    Hi, I’M posting this comment not so much to win the audio book, although I would love too, but a just read about Dale’s cat eating wool. I have two cats . One is a real character, his name is Jack. He gets into all sorts of odd places, the dishwasher, clothes washes, check out my facebook page for crazy stories and pics about Jack.

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    1. Dale Lowry

      Ha! Caretakers of strange cats unite! One of my cats (not the fabric-eating one) loves to hide in cabinets, but I’ve never found him in the dishwasher! The fabric-eating one sometimes tries to get to the dishwasher when I’m loading it, but mostly because she’s interested in licking the dishes. She is particularly fond of hiding in small boxes, drawers, and paper bags. Actually, she used to eat paper when she was a kitten, but I guess she grew out of that and only likes fancy fabric now 🙂

      I found a lot of Mike Gillispies on Facebook, so I wasn’t sure which one would have the cat pictures. Feel free to let me know!

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  5. Karen

    I’ve read many shapes gifted stories…from chipmunks to whales…yeah, that was an interesting one. I like how the men tend to take on the characteristics of the animals they shift into, so it’ll be interesting to see racoon traits. Hopefully I win.

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  6. Claire McGuire

    I’ve read a lot of shifter novels and I love the genre. I’ve never read about a shifter raccoon though. Thanks for the opportunity. 🙂

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  7. Claire McGuire

    I decided I couldn’t wait to see if I won, so I went ahead and bought it. If my name is pulled, please give it to the next person. 😀

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  8. Diane

    I like the idea of coming back to earth and reclaiming it. Makes me wonder if there really might be something to this whole ‘climate change’ idea 🙂

    Beautiful cover!

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    1. Dale Lowry

      😀 As my partner, the earth scientist, would say, “97% of climate scientists agree, climate change is happening.”

      Science-fiction stories about everyone having to abandon Earth are interesting, but barring an asteroid collision, I like to think that we would try to stay here and make it livable – not just for us, but for all the other amazing species that reside here.

      And thank you for your comment on the cover! I used to work with Photoshop a lot, but it had been a while until I recently started designing my own covers. This is my second and I hope they only get better 🙂

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