Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Operation Earth as paperback!

The last couple of weeks have been tough on me and my family, I'll tell you more about that later. For now, let it suffice to say that I needed a pick-me-up. Desert Breeze Publishing provided: my book Operation Earth is now available as paperback.

What does the reviews say?

"Amazing story! I don't read a lot of alien stories but I couldn't put this one down! Maria Hammarblad is a fantastic storyteller who makes her story come alive with epic battles and heartfelt scenes.

Rachael Hill is just as lost as the rest of the world when they wake up to the EMP blast and the worlds Technology is dead. T.V's, Computers and cars all stop dead, planes fall from the sky no longer able to run their engines and strange ships enter Earth's atmosphere. When she runs into tall, sexy commander Peter she's not sure if she should run from him or kiss him.

If you haven't gotten this book you must now as it is a excellent read! and must be shared by all!"

-- Amazon reviewer --

"I love Rachael's little illicit thoughts about Peter. Makes me laugh. Actually, her thoughts in general are just precious. Probably some of the best parts of the story. I like how the invaders assume a successful hacker blocking their transmissions must be a woman."

-- Amazon reviewer --


Seven billion people on Earth go about their daily lives, and no one is prepared when a global EMP slows the world to a crawl. With all our technology incapacitated, everything changes. Within days alien soldiers line the streets, and life will never be the same. In the midst of chaos, Rachael Hill struggles to adapt to the new order, doing her best to keep herself and her cat alive.

On a ship far above the planet surface, Peter just got his new Earth name, and can’t even remember his identity from the last world he visited. It’s another day on the job, one more planet on a never-ending list. That is, until Rachael bumps into him, dropping exotic objects all around his feet. His culture taught him females should be obeyed and protected, but he never had an urge to leave himself at a woman’s mercy until now.

Rachael’s neighbor Ryan hounds her to join a brewing resistance movement and make a stand against the newcomers. She still befriends Peter, enthralled by his enigmatic personality and hypnotic golden eyes. Would falling in love with an alien be treason against humanity? When the rebellion gains momentum and open conflict with the newcomers is a fact, Rachael’s personal insurrection might be her doom, or bring salvation to us all.

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