M. K. ENGLAND grew up on the Space Coast of Florida watching shuttle launches from the backyard. These days, they call rural Virginia home, where there are many more cows but a tragic lack of rockets. In between marathon writing sessions, MK can be found drowning in fandom, rolling critical hits at the gaming table, digging in the garden, or feeding their video game addiction. They probably love Star Wars more than you do. MK is the author of The Disasters, Spellhacker and other forthcoming novels. Follow them at www.mkengland.com.
PRAISE FOR THE SERIES The entire novel feels like it could be a lost episode from the show. – The Verge [Big Damn Hero is] Season Two. Episode One. - Birth.Movies.Death Illuminates not only a huge chunk of Mal's past but also showcases a perfectly plausible chapter in the adventures of the Serenity's crew. - The Frumious Consortium Fans who know the 'verse well...will feel right at home in this story that spans the era before the series, with callbacks to events in the series, and right afterward as if it were a 15th episode. - Borg.com For someone who genuinely enjoyed the Firefly ‘verse, this was a treat to read. - Editing Everything An outstanding tie-in to the beloved TV series, this book is shiny in every way possible. - Books Bones & Buffy This was a wild ride back into the world of Firefly that I sorely missed; I loved learning some of the backstory that Fox robbed us from fifteen years ago and look forward to the next installment. - Reader Voracious Big Damn Hero absolutely nails it across the board for me...It brings back all of the familiar and beloved while adding in dashes of the new and unknown. This Firefly book is a no-brainer buy for fans of the franchise. - Nerds on Earth