Friday, March 25, 2022

Pop-Up Blog for CassaDark by Alex J. Cavanaugh

 Consider this a little Pop-Up tent as a side bar to his book tour. I am happy to support Alex J. Cavanaugh, a blog leader extraordinaire, fantastic writer, and all  around good guy.

Here's his blurb


By Alex J. Cavanaugh


“Cavanaugh returns to the world of his Cassa Series…for a fourth inventive space opera.” – Publisher’s Weekly


His world is unraveling…


Bassan’s father is stepping down from command. His best friend almost dies when Bassan freezes. Now, he’s being sent across the galaxy to speak at an important conference. Despite saving the eleven races years ago, he’s paralyzed by doubt. Could things get any worse?


Once there, new acquaintance Zendar convinces Bassan to visit his planet for a humanitarian mission. Bassan’s special connection to ancient technology is the key to saving Zendar’s people. One problem though—it’s a prisoner planet.


On Ugar, he discovers things aren’t so straightforward. As each truth reveals itself, the situation grows more desperate. If he can’t find the right answers, he might die along with Zendar’s people. Can Bassan summon the courage to be a hero again?


Print - 9781939844842

EBook – 9781939844859

Science Fiction – Adventure/Space Opera/Space Exploration



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Good luck, Alex and happy reading for all of your fans

Have a good weekend everyone


  1. Replies
    1. You are welcome. Glad to Pop up on your behalf for this weekend

    2. I first met Alex on the very first A to Z Challenge, he has been a good blogging friend to me over the years, He is an excellent author and I think this pop up would be great.
      Have a good weekend Joanne.

  2. Hi Joanne - that's brilliant Alex's fourth book is almost ready to be published; The Cassa series has brought much to joy to readers ... and I wish Alex much success for his future as a successful author.

    A pop up blog seems ideal ... take care, all the best to you both - Hilary

    1. thanks. Yea, I did not formally sign up with him, but then said I'd pop one into my schedule. It worked out great. And indeed - he's persevered in his writing and done well for his readers.