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Welcome to the Book Tour for Heather Harlow’s The Argon Factor. This is an exciting, edge of your seat and action packed story about what could happen in our future if technology gets ahead of us. Already climbing the Sci-Fi and Fantasy charts it has reached both the #1 slots for Universe and Solar System. Oh and did we mention that there is an attraction in this story lurking just beneath the surface? Mark our words readers this is going to be a good one. So strap yourselves in, because this is your first stop on The Argon Factor book tour. 

 

In a futuristic world, where Earth’s cities are still recovering from being ravaged by gang wars, cyber crime is at it’s peak and threatens the world’s digitized monetary supply.
Susan Caldwell is a newly hired security development manager at GTS, the company that controls the world’s monetary supply and data. The sophisticated systems have been hacked and now people on Susan’s team are being killed while they try to fix the breach.Susan, who trusts no man, must rely upon the GTS CEO, Christoph Baldric, to keep her safe. Little does she know that he’s the Argon alien commander on Earth. She’s not interested in him, doesn’t want a hookup with him, but is extremely attracted to him. Susan has her own plans and will be having a baby through the fertility clinic. She’s excited about her pending future, that is, if she is still alive.

 

Christoph Baldric’s mission is to protect the Earth’s humans and nurture them so that eventually his people can merge with the humans. Christoph’s planet, Argon, was blown up when their major sun exploded into a black hole. The people of Argon have been studying and nurturing Earth for many millennia as a new, potential home. Now is the time to make Earth their home and begin merging with Earth’s humans, making both races stronger.

But first, the Argonians must save Earth from the Grogan’s, the Argon nemesis from their home universe, Baldracon, who want to eliminate all life on Earth and take the planet for their own.

 

 
 
Author Interview
What books have most influenced your life most?
(This can be professional or personal life influence)
“The Art of Happiness” by the Dali Lama ( I skipped all the narrator sections and only read the sections that quoted the Dali Lama, it was fabulous!)  As an American Southerner,
“Gone With The Wind” by Margaret Mitchell, as she is my idol author after I read all those Barbara Cartland and Harlequin romances, I wanted to write and
be as good as Margaret.  And the book is
WAY better than the movie… there’s so much more depth to the characters.
What book would we find you reading right now? 
  Ha!  I do not have time to read.  But a girlfriend gave me a book by a British author called “Marrying Up”, so I’m going to give it a shot.  Yet to read is the latest Crossfire book by Sylvia Day, “Captivated by You.”
Do you see writing as a career? Do you write full time? Or in addition to another job? 
I’ve always wanted to write books, from when
I was 10 yrs old and started reading Barbara Cartland romances.  LOL!
Yes, yes I know, but at least I was avidly reading something!.   I currently treat my author career as my
second full-time job.  I do literally
work about 30-40hrs a week on all the things that are involved in writing and publishing a book.. it’s really the publishing part that is surprising.  But I am totally loving it.  I wish I could only be doing my author career
because I’d likely work 60-80 hrs a week on it.
However, my author side doesn’t pay the bills just yet, so I am keeping my day job, contracting as an IT Program Manager at a major telecommunications
company.  My current program is U2L –
UNIX to LINUX conversions.
Can you share a little of your current work with us? 
  My next book in the Argonian Series is coming out in Spring 2016.  I confess, it isn’t written yet, but it’s in my head and clamoring to get out.  It’s going to focus on the Grogan threat and the continuation of Susan and Christoph’s saga and their struggle.  Wait until you find out how perverted the
Grogan’s are…. oh yes, there’ll be some BDSM in the next book.  Will Christoph get caught up in Eva’s
uncontrollable sexual desires and be able to save Susan?  Does Susan even want to be saved?  After all, she has always controlled her life.  Does she want to be in a
relationship at all?  Can she relinquish
control?
Do you have a cover artist you’ve worked with that you’d like to give props to? 
NO, I designed it myself with a photo I bought from Dollar Photo.
What was the hardest part of writing your book(s)?
Dealing with past trauma in my life that was buried so deep, I didn’t even realize that it actually happened.
Heather’s Bio
Heather Harlow has wanted to be an author since adolescence. The Argon Factor is her first book in a series about aliens from the planet Argon. She’s always been a fan of superheroes:  Batman and Robin,
Spiderman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Six Million Dollar Man, and the Bionic Woman. 
She likes sci-fi movies and series, like Star Trek and Battle Star Galactica. More recently, she’s been enjoying the Avenger movies. In addition to her sci-fi interests, she’s a romantic.   Therefore, it was natural for her to write about science fiction and combine it with a human interest story that has sex and romance in it.
Heather graduated from University of Memphis (BBA) and Tennessee Technological University (MBA).  Her day job is in IT at a major telecommunications company.  She currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her dogs, Mickey (13), a Golden Retriever, Jack (5mos), a black Lab/shepherd mix, and two cats, Smokey and
Cali.
She loves wine, good music, great food, the beach, swimming, exercising, football (college and NFL),World Cup Soccer, and NHL Playoffs.
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