Dot’s Micro-Publishing House is proud to announce the newest release by Matthew E. Nordin. This christian, sci-fi novel is Nordin’s second book published with Dot’s Micro-Publishing House. The Pycroft Particle is available in print by clicking HERE or in Ebook at Barnes&Noble, Amazon, and iTunes.
Doctor Patricia Pycroft is set to revolutionize the travel industry. With her eccentric colleagues, her work will make teleportation a reality for everyone. Although she has the support of her Christian husband, the secrecy of her work threatens to tear their marriage apart.
As success seems sure, strange occurrences start to happen at the lab and her test subjects exhibit strange behaviors. Her life’s work may be teleporting more than matter. Will she achieve triumph or failure? Is there any explanation for the strange effects on her test subjects?
Find out in this sci-fi adventure that sparks a new series of stories spanning celestial distances and generations. This debut sci-fi novel by Matthew E Nordin sets the framework for a world being formed.
Nordin is a speculative fiction writer, poet, and a Midwestern traveler. He grew up in a rural setting on a farm outside of Gothenburg, Nebraska. His mind would thirst for sci-fi and fantasy books during his years attending a one-room, country school. The extensive library contained works well above the average reading level of an elementary student. He discovered the power books hold over emotions after reading Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls, and has never recovered.
As an avid reader of poetry, Nordin found himself creating over one hundred poems throughout high school. Those sappy lyrics were (hopefully) burned and replaced by a number of eloquent works contained in his collective book of poems, Musings of the Northern Poet.
His short story, Paint Me a Picture of Poison, won the 2017 Constellation short story contest in the Adult Professional category. It was released on Kindle in July 2017. He also wrote a flash fiction story titled XR-404 for ebook.