Intimate Space: A Galactic Adventure

On an interstellar trip to a newly discovered planet, Alison encounters the voluptuous and engaging Rosalia Czartoryska. Follow along as Alison finds love, danger and a new life in this tumultuous odyssey among the stars! More
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About Cindy Burke

Cindy Burke has had a lifelong interest in journalism and fiction writing. She started as a newsroom assistant and has contributed several articles to local newspapers. Her science fiction book, "Intimate Space: A Galactic Adventure," was republished in November, 2018. This version has tighter copy editing and new, exciting cover art (see below).

Burke was born in Savannah, GA and lived for several years in San Diego, Atlanta and West Palm Beach before moving to Upstate South Carolina in 1998. She's a social justice advocate and member of Clemson LGBTQ+ Alumni, a group that supports diversity at Clemson University through networking and student scholarships.

She has two sons, one in the U.S. Navy and one in the Coast Guard. Burke lives with her husband, a computer analyst and fellow sci-fi and fantasy buff. She writes from their home nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.

"Intimate Space" is now available on Amazon.com and Smashwords.

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Heidi Marta Campbell reviewed on Jan. 2, 2020
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An engaging read with an upbeat feel, easy to get into, for both outer-space sci-fi lovers, adventurers, and those who fantasize going on (for sure) the journey of a lifetime. And yet, written with down-to earth dialogue and descriptions of all the major characters.
The author shows her sense of optimism and idealism, and the story is partly, at least, a dream of a future when people can work together in a smart, compassionate, organized, community-oriented atmosphere where the common-good helps all and everyone is respected, regardless of their own capacity, purpose, and background. The writer has an overall good sense of sci-fi craft and style, appropriate for this type of literature.
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