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SpaceHive

After getting kidnapped by giant alien bees, twelve-year-old Jason Anderson is transported to a spaceship called SpaceHive. There, he learns of a horrifying plot to annihilate Earth's human population so that extraterrestrial bees and wasps can migrate to a new world.

As a swarm of spaceships make a beeline toward Earth, Jason must convince three friendly worker bees to help him escape his space prison and find other humans to aid in his mission to stop the invasion. But General Vard, wasp commander of the Black Watch, has other plans.

Can Jason unite the nations of Earth in their common fight to destroy these alien invaders? Or will Earth be lost to the sting of conspiracy and a worldwide massacre?






Hear what other authors have to say about SpaceHive:


"Sometimes humorous, sometimes terrifying, and always imaginative, this high-tech, interplanetary tale will keep you buzzing through page after page."
—Val Muller, author of Corgi Capers: Deceit on Dorset Drive

"Wickedly funny and brimming with satire — a strange and quirky twist on the science fiction genre that will leave you in stitches. Highly recommended for youngsters and their parents alike!" – Derrick Hibbard, author of Impish

"SPACEHIVE is a fast paced, cross-pollination of a plot populated with invading giant wasps and bees sure to sting the imagination of its target audience." ~ Paula Shene, author of Mandy the Alpha Dog

"SPACEHIVE is not only imaginative, but also extremely thought provoking." 
—Philip Parry, author of Wishful Thinking

"Don't get stung and miss this. You'll hive a great read and get a buzz."
—Alan Place, author of Pat Canella: The dockland murders

Kenna McKinnon
Author Bio:  Kenna McKinnon is a freelance writer/photographer and self-employed medical transcriptionist who lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Although her degree is in Anthropology (with a minor in Psychology), Kenna has spent her life writing. She enjoys exploring the psychology of the human condition, especially when the accompanying human is dropped into complex and unusual circumstances. Kenna has lived successfully with schizophrenia for many years. She has three wonderful children and three grandsons.








2 comments:

Kenna said...

Thank you, Jessie, you've done wonderfully on your blog with guest posts. You did a great job with SpaceHive and my post. Thanks again.

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