Monday, July 08, 2013

Talk About Pop Travel

POP TRAVEL by Tara Tyler
Released July 7, 2013 from Curiosity Quills
Find it on Amazon

In 2080, technology has gone too far for J. L. Cooper. He is happily hidden in his simple, secluded life as a private detective in a small town, far from any pop travel laser teleportation stations. Until he takes on a client who insists pop travel made his fiancé disappear.

When Cooper investigates, he finds evidence of pop travel's deadly flaw, sparking a series of murders, attempts on his life, and threats to his brother. He’d like to pass off the evidence but knows he’s being watched and can’t trust anyone. And who would believe him?

The only way he can save his brother is to fool his observers while looking for a way to expose the problem. He decides to go to the source and confront the Creator of pop travel. On his way, Cooper meets Southern siren, Geri Harper (an undercover FBI agent) who tags along despite his protests. When they reach the Creator, he has plans of his own and leads them on a wild detour.

Bio:
Tara Tyler started out as a math teacher. After having a hand in everything from waitressing to rocket engineering and living up and down the Eastern US, she finally found some roots, writing and teaching in Ohio with her three active boys and Coach Husband. In addition to her novels, she has published short stories and poetry in Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller, and Humor. So many stories to tell!
Visit Tara: Blog, Twitter, and Facebook.

Tara will be visiting here in one week!


And an inspirational photo for you today:


I bet you're inspired to take a nap now!

33 comments:

  1. I love it when my cat tries to cram herself into a tiny little box. Always good for a laugh.

    And congrats to Tara!

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  2. Oooh, pop travel sounds intriguing!!

    I just ran 4 miles. I'm sure I'll be ready for a nap very soon! LOL

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  3. Pop Travel does sound like a good read. Congrats to Tara.

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  4. That is an awesome cover. I love the blurb too. That is now on my TBR list!

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  5. Huge congrats Tara! Here's to much success. Pop travel sounds very intriguing.

    Love that cat. I wish i could go back to bed. LOL

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  6. Nap? What's that? Sir Poops is definitely taking one beside me. He got up this morning, got a drink, did his pee, ate some kibble, and then curled up on the couch on his pillow.

    Tweeted!

    Hugs and chocolate,
    Shelly

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  7. Yay for Tara! I've been a bit out of the loop and hadn't realized her book was out - awesome!

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  8. Congratulations to Tara!
    And I do want to take a nap.

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  9. Neat, a SciFi mystery! Sounds VERY interesting. Congratulations. I think sleeping in the box might be more relaxing that thinking outside the box. :)

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  10. Congratulations on Pop Travel! Sounds great.

    I love Cat in the Box!

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  11. Another book for my list! Love your cat :)

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  12. MJ, they always pic the smallest boxes, too.

    Shelly, I don't know either - no time for naps.

    Bish, that was good.

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  13. I love stories about technology gone too far. Best wishes to Tara and Pop Travel! Amd a nap sounds good.right about now.

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  14. Congrats Tara! That book sounds wonderful!

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  15. Oh shoot, it's already here! I better make a special spot for this on my blog next week. Happy release, Tara! :)

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  16. Pop travel is an interesting idea. And I do feel like a nap.

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  17. Naps are lovely. Major congrats to Tara!! Woot!

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  18. Sounds like a good sci-fi story. Love the cat photo. My daughter's special cat enjoyed boxes of all kinds!

    Mary Montague Sikes

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  19. Excellent and I'm delighted for Tara. Time for this Pop to travel.

    Yes, time for a cat nap....

    Gary

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  20. That's a cool cover, and sounds like an exciting premise!

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  21. Teleporting would be scary! What if there's a power outage in mid-teleport?

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  22. Mary, aren't they all special cats?

    Jay, that is a scary thought.

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  23. Wohoo congrats to Tara! Lovely to see her on here. PopTravel sounds intriguing!
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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  24. Tara rocks! And I think I need that nap now...
    Writer In Transit

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  25. Tara will be in my neighborhood promoting her books. Maybe I'll stop by and meet her in person.

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  26. Second time I've heard about this book. It's on my list of to-buy to-reads

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  27. wow! thanks so much Diane!
    and i love all these comments!

    and i think putting a cute cat pic in a post should be on the things to do to liven interest!
    aww!

    ps, my dog eats boxes =) ha!

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  28. Congrats to Tara and that's the most tried and true method to catch a cat.....

    ...put out an empty box! :)

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  29. Pop Travel sounds fresh and intriguing. Well done to Tyler for getting it finished and to you Diane for promoting it for her.

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  30. This story made me wonder if pop travel might be a good energy efficient alternative! But the sinister undertone could be a problem...

    Intriguing book, Tyler!

    Jai

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  31. Hi Diane .. oh no - just had lunch and now I do want to nap!

    Tara's book looks so much fun - and hasn't she had interesting jobs .. and with three boys and a coach hubby - she sure will have tales to tell ..

    Cheers Hilary

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