The Mac William never wanted this assignment. He has recently become a test pilot for new ships on Fidea, while dealing with squirrels who are conspiring against him. He calls their whole campaign “death from above.” William, or Sir William to be exact, is from the planet Fidea and has been thrown into a new life of danger. He much prefers his life to be one of independence, where he can listen to his music, share a pint of ale or two at High’s Pub, and, whenever possible, wear his beloved slippers. But, sometimes life is not what we want. The Circle of Eight, a powerful secretive group have sent him to Earth to watch over a fifteen year old boy named Mac, but he has no idea why. To add to the mystery they don’t call Mac, Mac, they refer to him as The Mac. This is just another piece of the puzzle that does not make sense.
William adjusts to Earth especially when he discovers donuts, pickles and the home shopping networks. Things get more complicated, however, when Mac begins to show abilities, like putting out fire with his hands. William is told that The Mac is critical in saving Fidea, including one of their colonies, Earth. He’s beginning to see how things are not as they originally seemed.
At the same time Mac’s life is in chaos. His mother has just died and he must live with his Aunt Holly and his seven year old cousin. He is in love with Rani, and is being bullied by none other than her brother, Rhett. It is one of those complicated relationships. Mac’s father, Dylan is a wildlife photographer who stumbles through life taking photographs of lion prides and great whites, and is now in Patagonia chasing the terror bird, thought to be extinct. It turns out that terror birds are not extinct they’re simply hungry. Mac and William will have to take time out and rescue Mac’s dad before the monstrous ten foot tall birds decide Dylan will make a tasty entrée.
Bax, also known as Bad Bax, Bad Bad Bax, and the Ice Queen, is the woman scorned from William’s life. She wants William to join her so that they can ride off into the sunset together. There’s a problem, though, he hates her. Life becomes more complicated since she can freeze, and explode, just about anything, including planets. As the dangers begin to become real Mac and William accept that they have a choice, stay oblivious and do nothing and watch the impending destruction, or, give up their lives as they have known them and become the heroes they never wanted to be. Coming soon. Sign up today to be one of the lucky 5 who will receive free copies of The Mac, First in the Sir William & Mac Life Without Slippers Series.
The Day I Traded My Slippers for Space Boots The prequel to the entire Sir William & Mac Life Without Slippers Series explains how William becomes a "Sir", who he is before he meets Mac, and how he realizes that he is more than a space barge pilot. Coming soon
The Sir William & Mac Life Without Slippers Series
This science fiction humor novel series is currently being edited and will be re-released in the coming months.
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