Cover Reveal: The Medusa Effect by J.S. Pailly

Book Blurb:

Litho is a peaceful, isolated colony world on the frontier of space.  Nothing bad ever happens there.  So when a reporter from the Tomorrow News Network shows up, nobody takes much notice.  Nobody except a young colonist named Milo.
Milo is a bit of a news junkie.  He knows all about the Tomorrow News Network, a news organization run by time travelers, and he knows all about Talie Tappler, the reporter they’ve sent to Litho.  Talie has a reputation for covering war, chaos, and galactic devastation.
So why has Talie come to Litho Colony?  What big, breaking news event has attracted her attention?  Milo doesn’t know, but he’s determined to find out, because whatever Talie Tappler’s big story is, it cannot possibly be good news.

Author Bio:

J.S. Pailly is an artist, writer, and science blogger.  In his day job, he works in the news department of a local television station.  The 24 hour news cycle can often feel repetitive, even predictable.  After covering the same kinds of stories day after day, week after week, year after year, people in the news business may start to feel like they really do know the future–and that is where the inspiration for the Tomorrow News Network came from.
Please visit www.planetpailly.com to learn more about the Tomorrow News Network series and J.S. Pailly’s other creative works.

12 responses to “Cover Reveal: The Medusa Effect by J.S. Pailly

  1. Pingback: Cover Reveal for The Medusa Effect! | Planet Pailly

  2. Congrats, J. S. Pailly on the new release. Love the title.

  3. Victoria Marie Lees

    What a great title. Bravo, J.S. Pailly, on your new release. All the luck with this story. Thanks for sharing this with your followers, Anna. All best to you both!

  4. Congratulations! The cover looks good! All the best for the release

  5. Congratulations! Anything with Medusa in it has to be exceptional!

  6. Time travelers! Cool. Thanks for sharing!

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