Last year, Lexa relocated her blog and has been publishing posts related to her writing on it. These include old short pieces of hers, information on her novels, and updates as to what she is up to. For those interested in keeping up to date, the link is here:
Happy New Year. 2020 left a lot of loose ends. I guess we'll find out if 2021 deals with them.
We're currently working on preparing to publish two new books by Alexandra A. Cheshire this year. More on that two posts back.
It would be amazing to bring on new authors this year. We are open for submissions - just follow the simple directions on the Contact Us page.
Goodreads.com offers an annual reading challenge. Lexa has her goal set, which should be viewable on her author page. Do you?
Happy reading and here's to a better year all around.
Lexa Cheshire returns to the colony world of Cemen with Arawn's New Order:
President Donovan Gayre achieved a major political victory when Angelita, Crown Princess of Estorika, handed over her birthright and acknowledged his government. But the new Republic of Arawn remains a devastated land, barely able to support its citizens. There is hope for the land itself in the work of one young scientist and Donovan Gayre has been planning big changes behind the scenes for years. Provided the newly recognized government can maintain the ground they've gained thus far.
Lexa Cheshire introduces readers to a new colony world with The Queen of la Grotte:
When his own daughter proved imperfect, scientist Docteur Sebastien set out to create the perfect girl. His daughter was left a pale shadow to the perfection of her father's creations.
But what is perfect to one isn't necessarily to another. Self made mercenary Andre had made a deal to obtain one of Docteur Sebastien's perfect girls, but discovers a preference for the original. Docteur Sebastien is only too happy to make the trade.
When the Premier of La Grotte dies, Docteur Sebastien's creations become increasingly in demand as various forces strive to obtain the coveted position. Andre doesn't want power and yet finds himself drawn into the struggle for it. In his effort to survive will having the original girl on his side help or hinder? And who is really the better... the daughter or the perfected copies?
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