What if you could be a character in a book?
Not just your name. I’m talking your personality and appearance too, as a unique character in fictional world. Walking around, spouting one-liners, murdering people, saving the day…generally kicking ass, in a book that will be on the shelves of thousands of people. Sounds cool, yes?
Rob Boffard – author of Tracer and Adrift – is giving you the chance to appear as a character in one of his upcoming books. In his words – I’m talking the whole deal: your name, your physical characteristics, your likes and dislikes, your mannerisms, your pet preferences, your choice of weapons, the songs you like to hum in the bath, all of it. It can be exactly like the real you – OR you can switch things up and create a fictional version that is completely different. Your call! You might help the hero, or hinder them, but you’ll be a big part of the story.
Anyone can enter. Absolutely anyone. Any city, any country, any planet, any solar system.
About the books so far…
Welcome to Outer Earth: a vivid, dangerous world where every day is a desperate struggle for survival. Who said in space no one can hear you scream?
Outer Earth is a huge space station orbiting the ruins of our planet. Dirty, overcrowded and inescapable, it’s humanity’s last refuge . . . and possibly its final resting place.
For there are dark forces at work on the station: forces that seek to unleash chaos. If they succeed, there will be nowhere left to run.
The Outer Earth trilogy: Tracer, Zero-G, and Impact.
In the far reaches of space, a group of tourists board a small vessel for what will be the trip of a lifetime – in more ways than one…
They are embarking on a tour around Sigma Station – a remote mining facility and luxury hotel with stunning views of the Horsehead Nebula.
During the course of the trip, a mysterious ship with devastating advanced technology attacks the Station. Their pilot’s quick evasive action means that the tour group escape with their lives – but as the dust settles, they realize they may be the only survivors . . .
Adrift in outer space, out of contact with civilization, and on a vastly under-equipped ship, these passengers are out of their depth. Their chances of getting home are close to none, and with the threat of another attack looming they must act soon – or risk perishing in the endless void of space.
A great opportunity to be immortalised in print – Happy Reading!