Book Tour Sign Up: Tripping the Multiverse (Jade and Antigone #1) by Alison Lyke (Jan 25 – 29) Genre: #Scifi @AlisonLyke @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours

Calling All Sci-Fi Lovers!

Now that the cover is no longer underwraps, I can finally officially invite you to participate in the book tour for Tripping the Multiverse by Alison Lyke!

The tour will run from January 25th to the 29th, and I am looking for reviews, promos, and interviews. ARCs should be available soon

Sign up below!

ttm front cover jpgTripping the Multiverse: Jade and Antigone #1

Expected Publication Date: January 21st, 2021

Genre: Science Fiction

As a science journalist, Jade has seen more than her fair share of peculiar oddities—none weirder than her socially inept fellow reporter Antigone. When the test of a teleporter using an electron collider goes awry, the two women find their world changed in subtle ways, with anomalies breaking out in their personal lives. Their increasingly unstable dimension gives Jade the ability to shapeshift while Antigone can see portals into other worlds.

A fellow journalist who attended the experiment is trapped in another dimension and Jade and Antigone hold the key to saving him. Of course, their task is not just a simple rescue mission. Realizing they will continue to drift into increasingly stranger worlds until they straighten out the paradox, the women reluctantly agree to travel through the multiverse in search of a solution.

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You can also pre-order on Amazon!

About the Author

Alison Lyke

I’m an author and an English and Communications professor from Rochester, NY. I’m an insatiable reader and a dedicated writer. I’ve spent many years honing my skills and I now enjoy helping others find and explore their own voices. I write fantasy and science fiction and I aim to captivate and inspire. I’ve written two published novels: a modern mythology titled Honey, which came out in 2013 and Forever People, a cyberpunk science fiction slated to come out in the spring of 2019. I also regularly contribute poetry and short stories to literary magazines.

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