Monday, August 10, 2020

*Book Tour & Giveaway* Android's Daughter by Marshal Northrup-GUEST POST

Android's Daughter 
by Marshal Northrup 
Genre: Science Fiction 

A beautiful android steals a baby. 

Andrea is an assassin who lives in a floating city.
When on the job she decides to steal a baby. With
the help from a friend she raises the child to the age
of training. But nothing is what it seems and the true test begins. 

If you like to read good science fiction and laugh then you will want to read Androids Daughter. 

I live in Northeastern Oklahoma with my wife. I love to write science fiction because you're writing about things that may be possible. 


Can you, for those who don't know you already, tell something about yourself and how you became an author?

Becoming an author is something that I have always wanted to do but until recently never have done. I have always had an active imagination since I was a kid and I just decided to sit down and write. I cannot say that I had specific inspiration to write this book in fact it morphed from the original idea into what it is now. I do know that I enjoy being an author and plan to continue writing. I am already planning my second book and to make a living off of it if I can.

Do you have any “side stories” about the characters?

I do have some side stories, but I plan to tell some off those in the next book. The characters in Android’s Daughter are androids and cyborgs. Andrea is an assassin who is retired from the guild of assassins. She has hobbies such as playing classical music on the piano. She also likes to mimic human behavior such as eating, sleeping. She also enjoys people watching. Jane is a doctor in the android sciences and Andreas best friend. The characters in Androids daughter came about by themselves. What I mean is that I think of a story idea and wait for about a week to see if it morphs and when it doesn’t than I start writing what I see and that includes the characters. 

$25 Amazon 

Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway! 

No comments:

Post a Comment