Here's your chance to start a new series by my co-writer, E.R. Arroyo. It's a great book with a little bit of everything--action, romance, science fiction.
Chemical warfare has obliterated most of the world, including America, and the survivors have turned into feral beasts, save one colony, Antius, the last remnant of civilization. Seventeen-year-old Cori (aka Citizen 1206) only longs for wide open spaces and freedom. But Antius has no use for such things, just mindless drones to serve in a place with walls, fences, and laws. A lot of laws, which Cori constantly breaks. So she’s spent years plotting her escape, which is the only thing that will save her from the colony’s deranged leader, Nathan. She isn’t looking to be a hero, and she certainly isn’t looking to fall in love, but she just might do both.
For those of you waiting for my next young adult paranormal with angels, you can read the first chapter free. Go to the Dreamer page here, and you will see the link to download the free PDF. Happy reading!
Thank goodness for Fall Break! I'll be finishing up the first draft of The Whispers tonight, and then I'll be looking at my NaNoWriMo project, gearing up for November 1st. The novel I'll be working on is December Rose, and I'm both excited and nervous. I'm always excited by a new project. I'm nervous because this will be my first historical novel. Still, it's going to be an interesting 30 days to nail down 50,000 words. I didn't quite make it last November, but I still finished the book in January of this year. Let's see if I can make it this year. And if you are also participating, send a buddy request for dannie18 so we can commiserate.
As a national bestselling author, Rose Conrad has entertained millions of readers, at least before Altzheimer's set in. Now Rose is dying, and her granddaughter, Clara, has come to care for her. Desperate to know more about the grandmother she's losing, Clara looks at the novels Rose has written to find one striking commonality--all of them include a character named Peter, starting when he is a young man, a rebel fighter in WWII, and ending with his last breath as an old man.
Clara senses a story here, one that goes beyond fiction, and even though it seems the only person who knows the truth is dying, she has to find out the truth about Peter before Rose is gone forever because the key to Rose is Peter.
I've had a lot of fans ask me about another Sojourner novel, and truthfully, I hadn't really planned on writing one, but there seems to be quite an interest in Lev and Lizzie, so I decided that I would spend a bit more time with them. As such, here's some information about the new books I'm planning to write in a question/answer format.
1. How many additional books are planned?
2. Do you have titles?
Yes, Sojourner Soulseeker: Conduit, Sojourner Soulseeker: Convergence, and Sojourner Soulseeker: Reborn.
3. Why are these books titled differently?
They will be written from a different viewpoint character than the original Sojourner novels.
4. Whose the viewpoint character?
The novels will be first person through Griffin's point of view.
5. Why Griffin?
His viewpoint has the best angle for the story.
6. Does that mean that Lev and Lizzie won't be in the books?
Lev and Lizzie will play key roles in all three books. Each character has a limited viewpoint, though, so I had to pick the character which I thought could convey the information that needed to complete the story.
7. When do you think the first one will be out?
Probably late 2013. Right now, I'm in the outlining stages for all three books.
8. Who is designing the covers?
The usual suspect: Claudia McKinney (aka Phatpuppy Art)
9. Any hints about what's going to happen?
Well, let's just say that Lev may be mortal, but he's not good at it, and that's causing him some difficulty. Lizzie might not have the power of the dagger anymore, but it has left a mark on her that's attracting some supernatural attention. Griffin and Celia are growing closer. And that's about it for now!
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