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Tall(ish) Tales from the White Hart – NEURODIVERSE, CULTURALLY DIVERSE, GENDER-BENDY, DRUNKEN-ARGUMENTS-IN-THE-PUB SCIENCE FICTION. NOT BANG-BANG-PEW-PEW SCIENCE FICTION.

Past Imperfect

Past Imperfect (White Hart #1.5)

Isolated on Mars, anyone could start going stir crazy…

Katya should be on top of the world. She’s overcome a traumatic past and now she’s part of the first permanent settlement on Mars.

So why do things feel so wrong?

The colonists are confined to a small base on the surface of a hostile planet, so perhaps it’s only cabin fever. After all, she’s got great friends, an exciting career, and an ex-girlfriend who – she’s sure – would do anything to have her back…

But with cracks appearing in the relationships between the crew and nothing but empty Martian desert beyond the safety of their domes, it’s far too easy for the mind to drift. And when it does, it can be difficult to tell what’s real, and what’s pure imagination…

Past Imperfect is a short story set during Livid Skies, SI CLARKE’s forthcoming second novel. It’s written for people who enjoy science fiction that challenges their preconceptions.

This is a work of neurodiverse, culturally diverse, gender-bendy, socio-politico-economic, drunken-arguments-in-the-pub science fiction – not bang-bang-pew-pew science fiction. 

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Cover design

The new cover for Past Imperfect was designed by KM Writing & Design.

Editorial

Editing and proofreading of this book were done by Lucy Rose York and Gail La Carbonara.