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Nuclear Family

by on May 30, 2013

A little under two years ago, on August 19th, 2011 to be specific, I wrote a short story involving superheroes. The main villain was Lady Wagnerian, who’d shown up in a few stories here before. But for the hero, I created someone shiny and new. And so, Captain Happily Married and Super Soccer Mom were born.

They’ve shown up in several stories here and there since then, such as this one, in which Super Soccer Mom faces the inevitable reality of superhero family life. But, unlike Catrina, they’ve never had a full-fledged story of their very own. Until now. Ladies and gentlemen, it is my very great pleasure to announce that Nuclear Familyhas officially gone live. The Amazon page isn’t quite ready yet, and I’m still working on making an e-book version, but for now you can get the print paperback version from the Create-Space e-store page, located here. It’s a very riveting tale, what with the Malevolent Med-Student and his loyal minion Candystriper attempting to use the Kaboominator to wreck Captain Happily Married’s marriage. There’s also cameos from Catrina and her arch-nemesis Susan, a brief discussion of the Fifth Amendment and democracy, and Winston the artificially intelligent soccer ball.  And much more!

That’s all for now; tomorrow of course will be the Trifecta weekend prompt, and next Monday we’ll go back to the Catrina Chronicles, as our heroine confronts a really unpleasant Norse mythological beastie. That’ll be fun, I’m sure.

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