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Pam Bloom is a new science fiction author.

She lives in Wirral, England, with her husband, teenage daughter, cat and many, many fish. In her spare time she likes walking there and back again, and her interests include nature, science, history, metal-detecting and words.

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Parallel Universe logoWhole New World[s] is her debut novel, the first in The Parallel Universe Adventures trilogy. A science fiction adventure about a boy who discovers the universe is not quite as simple as he thought, it is aimed at readers from 10-110.

It is now available as a digital ebook here (UK) or here (USA), and has just been released as a paperback, available here.

FOR THIS WEEK ONLY: The ebook version of Whole New World[s] is JUST 99p (99c)!

The second in the Parallel Universe adventures, Running, is coming soon – watch this space, or sign up for Pam’s email list to be kept up to date with news about the series.

Everyone on my email list has recently been sent FREE extracts from Sam Harding’s little black notebook, detailing some of his most notable trips into parallel worlds. Don’t miss out on the next Freebie – sign up today!

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Aye you a total smeghead when it comes to TV scifi?

Are you superintelligent or a complete and utter smeghead? Take my fun science fiction quiz to find out:

  1. What was unusual about Zaphod Beeblebrox, one of the main characters in Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy?
    a) He was green
    b) He had two heads and three arms
    c) He was from Stoke on Trent
  1. In Star Trek, what was the middle name of Captain James T. Kirk?
    a) Tony
    b) Timothy
    c) Tiberius

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