Blog Tour: Mars Girls by Mary Turzillo - Spotlight

Today I have another spotlight for you. It seems to be the week of the spotlights. Today's book is Mars Girl by Mary Tuzillo. Check out all about the book below.


Nanoannie is bored. She wants to go to clubs, wear the latest Earth fashions, and dance with nuke guys. She lives on her family's Mars Pharm with her parents, little sister, and a holo-cat named Fuzzbutt. When Kapera—a friend from online school—shows up at her Pharm asking for help, Nanoannie is quick to jump in the rover and take off. Finally an adventure!

Author Bio

Mary Turzillo's 1999 Nebula-winner,"Mars Is no Place for Children" and her Analog novel, AN OLD-FASHIONED MARTIAN GIRL, are read on the International Space Station. Her poetry collection, LOVERS & KILLERS, won the 2013 Elgin Award.  She has been a finalist on the British Science Fiction Association, Pushcart, Stoker, Dwarf Stars and Rhysling ballots.   SWEET POISON, her Dark Renaissance collaboration with Marge Simon, was a Stoker finalist and won the 2015 Elgin Award.   She's working on a novel, A MARS CAT & HIS BOY, and another collaboration with Marge Simon, SATAN'S SWEETHEARTS. Her novel MARS GIRLS is forthcoming from Apex.   She lives in Ohio, with her scientist-writer husband, Geoffrey Landis, both of whom fence internationally.

Geoff and Mary ponder the question: what would it be like to fence in zero-G? and: What about if we were cats fencing in zero-G?

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