Let’s Talk with Maggie Toussaint

Intriguing Aspects
By Maggie Toussaint

The year still feels shiny and new. Resolutions for the year still feel doable, and the days are starting to lengthen. In short, I have a sense of optimism despite the (temporary) colder temperatures.

g3 new finalOne bright star on my immediate horizon: I have a book release on February 5 under my Rigel Carson pen name. G-3 is the third in my near-future thriller series about a scientist trying to save the world.

This series has it all: romance, mystery, conspiracy theories, secret societies, androids, good people, bad people, other-worldly people, futuristic travel options, a position about life after death, light science, and lastly, island living with beaches, boats, dolphins, and a lighthouse.

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Comments

  1. Congratulations are your new book. I am looking forward to reading it. I am concern for the generations coming up what it will be like for them. I love mysteries, Secret Societies(they do exist) conspiracy theories. Romance, etc. I would love to live on a island with beach all around. I love warm weather more than cold. I have not had the opportunity to read the first two books. I will have to get them.

    • maggietoussaint says

      Hi Joanne, So great to have you comment about my new book. This series reflects some of my thoughts on the inner workings of things and how we might look 50 years down the road. Thanks for stopping in! Maggie

  2. Sharon Baker says

    Thank you for the great books. Nancy Cohen is my favorite.

    • maggietoussaint says

      Sharon, I really enjoy Nancy’s books as well. So glad you stopped in! Please come back regularly for all of our news and contests.

  3. Terry Ambrose says

    Congrats on the new book, Maggie! Just like a new year, a new book is filled with promise. Keep ’em coming!

  4. Congratulations on G-3. It’s refreshing to have a new book, especially at the beginning of a new year. Way to go.

    • maggietoussaint says

      Thank you, Sharon. I’m delighted to have people around me who appreciate authors and relish stories!

  5. Sounds interesting! And of course I like the beaches, the dolphins and the lighthouse 🙂

    • maggietoussaint says

      That’s the fun thing about this series. I get to work with all my favorite settings! Thanks, Karla!

  6. I’ve read the first two, and am looking forward to seeing what happens next.

    • maggietoussaint says

      Hi Terry. Thanks for being a fan of this series. I’m delighted that the mystery and romance elements I included in this futuristic setting resonate with my non-dystopian fans.

  7. I’ve read this story, and I appreciate your own scientific background that gives rationale to the water problems on our planet. G-3 is fast paced with intrigue, romance, and plenty of action!

    • maggietoussaint says

      Thank you, Nancy. It was a labor of love to write about a subject area with which I had more than a passing familiarity. Just like there’s so much about our brains that we don’t comprehend or can’t make use of, I think there are just as many mysteries about life on our planet. It’s fun to extrapolate my thoughts into this world I’ve created.