So I have to put up a short blurb for the new novel on the website that sells my books. Tell me what you think of this:
Arthur Blacke was not enjoying his new status as hero of the universe after saving a star liner full of hostages from the space pirates. So he decided to take a vacation from his job as custodian at a Texas bar on an alien space station. He was going back to Earth to visit his mother.
There he found out that the very company that owned the space liner had been the one that hired the pirates, and the owner of the corporation had been trying to sell human beings to two alien partners. San Francisco was in danger of being destroyed, and all Arthur had to do to save it was learn how to fly an alien ship, defeat the mercenaries working for the company, beat their leader in unarmed combat, save the U. S. President and a few hundred other hostages, and then outwit a twisted business executive and his two alien cronies.
Does it make you want to check out the book? Does it give too much away? And obvious errors? I really do want to hear what you think.