Another Round At The Crow Bar #43 July 2020


Hello friends and fans!

Welcome to my 43rd newsletter – July 2020!

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Another Round At The Crow Bar #42 June 2020


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Welcome to my 42nd newsletter – June 2020!

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Another Round At The Crow Bar #41 May 2020


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Welcome to my 41st newsletter – May 2020!

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Another Round At The Crow Bar #40 April 2020


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Welcome to my 40th newsletter – April 2020!

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A Plethora Of Books!


Looking for something new to read? Do you enjoy science fiction? Horror? Both occasionally intermingled? Sometimes with a touch of humor? Hold on then – this is the place for you!

Christina Engela is one of South Africa’s most unique and skilled storytellers, bringing a wealth of personal experience to each of her stories, having already written four distinct science fiction and horror series and also several non-fiction titles. She is best known for her realistic characterization and for casting fully-fleshed-out LGBT characters in leading roles. With several new offerings already in the pipeline, including several standalone titles, 2020 is bound to be a busy year for her fans!

All titles are available as eBooks, with most also available as paperbacks!

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Another Round At The Crow Bar #39 March 2020


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Welcome to my 39th newsletter – March 2020!

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Another Round At The Crow Bar #38 February 2020


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Welcome to my 38th newsletter – February 2020!

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Another Round At The Crow Bar #37 January 2020


Hello friends and fans!

Happy new year – and welcome to my 37th newsletter!

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Get the Quantum Series Now @ Amazon!


 Collect all 6 titles in the Quantum Series in eBook AND paperback formats!

Audiobooks coming soon!

Dead Man’s Hammer: Quantum Series Book 3


Action! Adventure! LGBT Heroes!

Deanna was just another third-rate colony in the Terran Empire, and it was pretty much as boring a lump of rock as could be expected. That is, until Gary Beck, aka Beck the Badfeller ran over an obsidian crow with his jeepo on the highway to San Fedora and didn’t have a spare tire. Things pretty much went down hill from there.

An assassin had come to Atro City, an assassin with a score to settle. She was refined and pretty – but as poets might say, beauty can be deceiving – and the same poets who described Helen of Troy as the face that launched a thousand ships, might have written about Villainessa Tittle as the bitch that sank them.

As an assassin, she was the worst kind: she was absolutely terrifying, she took pride in her work, enjoyed what she did for a living – and above all, she was bloody good at it – and this time unfortunately, it was absolutely 100 percent personal. More

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