Women in Science Fiction

Women in Science Fiction Month: Jane Yates

mefaceJane, a dyslexic, mother, artist, and story teller. Lives in Oxford. New book Octopus Pirate is out now, the first of a planed three.
All the books are for young adults and are easy to read and translate.
英語を勉強中の人に最適。内容紹介
Ideal for people who are studying English.

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Email: janeyatestheartist@gmail.com

Her Books

Paradox Child
Therianthropy
Original Destination
Garden
DeepBlueDividerfinal cover 101 copy
Available At Amazon

Excerpt:

Octopus Pirate is a time-travelling steampunk tale set in the Victorian period. It’s the story of a foundling who discovers he has unusual talents, such as camouflage, squishing into small spaces and the ability to communicate with octopuses!As a baby, the hero of this book is washed up on an island off the Scottish mainland. An eccentric former nun called Mary, who lives there alone with her cats, brings him up and names him after her favorite character, Pinocchio. Later she changes this to Coco for convenience.
The teenage Coco joins a circus where he makes friends with Eric, an electronic magician who has an act where he makes a robot teleport across the tent.
Coco, narrowly escaping plots against him, flees to Cornwall with Eric.
Here they raise funds to build a replica pirate ship, which is also an airship so they can travel back in time to fight real pirates.
The crew consists of Victorian men who want to fight without any repercussions. It’s a ‘Fight Club’, but with a twist or twenty.

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