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Release Blitz! Race For The Moon by Michelle Cornwell-Jordan

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BOOK INFORMATION

TITLE – Race For The Moon
SERIES – Trilogy
AUTHOR – Michelle Cornewll-Jordan
GENRE – Young Teens (13-16)
PUBLICATION DATE – November 27, 2014
PUBLISHER – 3CM Media
COVER ARTIST – Amy Rooney – CV Writer Designs
BUY LINK – AMAZON

 

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BOOK SYNOPSIS

When Ten year old Ivee falls asleep one night, she awakens to a strange new world; one without Adults. She and those like her left behind discovers that anyone twenty-one years old or older had vanished, including her parents. Along with the disappearances of loved ones; every modern convenience—electricity, computers, phones—had been taken away as well. So Ivee discovers herself in a strange new world and with the realization that she is responsible not only for her survival, but that of her sister Celia.

Seven years later, Seventeen-year-old Ivee is happy with her life; feeling safe behind the gates of the Northlander’s camp in the Northern Division of Athol. Things were good until her sister gets kidnapped by another faction—the Downenders. Ivee receives a map and a message; she has a week, which is the next full moon, to make her way to the southern end of the city, to save her sister. As she sets out on her journey; Ivee discovers how different everything has truly become outside the gates of her home. She witnesses—Phantom Airships, Manbots and Ghostly Wolves—as just a few of the surprise encounters during her quest. She is not alone; one of her campmates joins her mission, and she also meets a handsome and mysterious boy, called the Savior. He teams up for their journey, only saying he has unfinished business with the Downies.

Many truths arise during the adventure, the biggest truth Ivee discovers is that she will do whatever it takes to persevere, against the terrors of the dark new land.

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AUTHOR BIO

Michelle Cornwell-Jordan is a New Adult/Young Adult-Paranormal Author. Her titles include a YA Novella series Night School Vampire Hunter Trilogy- (SchoolNightz) and novel Chrysalis.

She is also the producer of the online radio segment IndieReview Behind The Scenes, where she and her co-host Jamie B
Musings interviews Indie Authors and Musicians.

Michelle has been married for 19 years and has a 16 year old daughter. A book lover, her favorite genre has always been paranormal adventures.

Another love is writing. Michelle has been writing about as long as she has been a bibliophile! Losing herself in a fantasy world that she is creating on paper is how she loves spending her spare time.

AUTHOR FOLLOW LINKS

Website / Blog / Face Book / Face Book-IndieReview Behind The Scenes on Face Book /
Face Book-IndieWritersReview YA Blog on Face Book / Pinterest /
Istagram / IndieReview Behind The Scenes Internet Radio

GIVEAWAY

Race For The Moon Prize Packet
– 1 Signed Copy of Race For The Moon
-$10 Amazon Gift Card
– SteamPunk Gloves
– Steam Punk Goggles

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#BookBlogWriMo-Reading Cave Fantasies

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Thanks to bookbumblings for hosting this awesome blog hop.  So, today’s post is about my dream reading cave. My reading cave fantasy is kind of simple.

It would be a room that can be transformed pretty easily into a reading area. Most likely would use an empty bedroom. It would have a couple of windows so there would be sunlight streaming in during the afternoon. Under one of the windows would be a settee so I can sit and read or look out the window at the scenery.

It would have tall bookshelves lining every wall. I would have a comfortable chair in there. Also, I would have a futon in there in case I wanted to be really comfortable. It would have a table that has a small refrigerator on it and a place to store some of my favorite snacks.

I hope you enjoyed reading about what I would have in a reading cave. 🙂

 

 

 

 
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Cover Reveal! UnHappenings by Edward Aubry

Curiosity Quills is excited to reveal the cover for Edward Aubry‘s Literary-Fiction, Science-Fiction Romance UnHappenings, scheduled for release January 8, 2015. The stunning cover was designed by Andy Garcia.

A review tour for UnHappenings is scheduled for January 5 – 16, 2015. If you’re interested in taking part in the review tour, please sign up here.

UnHappeningsAbout UnHappenings:

When Nigel Walden is fourteen, the UNHAPPENINGS begin. His first girlfriend disappears the day after their first kiss with no indication she ever existed. This retroactive change is the first of many only he seems to notice.

Several years later, when Nigel is visited by two people from his future, he hopes they can explain why the past keeps rewriting itself around him. But the enigmatic young guide shares very little, and the haggard, incoherent, elderly version of himself is even less reliable. His search for answers takes him fifty-two years forward in time, where he finds himself stranded and alone.

And then he meets Helen.

Brilliant, hilarious and beautiful, she captivates him. But Nigel’s relationships always unhappen, and if they get close it could be fatal for her. Worse, according to the young guide, just by entering Helen’s life, Nigel has already set into motion events that will have catastrophic consequences. In his efforts to reverse this, and to find a way to remain with Helen, he discovers the disturbing truth about the unhappenings, and the role he and his future self have played all along.

Equal parts time-travel adventure and tragic love story, Unhappenings is a tale of gravely bad choices, and Nigel’s struggle not to become what he sees in the preview of his worst self.

Add UnHappenings to your Goodreads ‘to-be-read’ list.

 

Edward AubryAbout Edward Aubry:

Edward Aubry is a graduate of Wesleyan University, with a degree in music composition. Improbably, this preceded a career as a teacher of high school mathematics and creative writing.

Over the last few years, he has gradually transitioned from being a teacher who writes novels on the side to a novelist who teaches to support his family. He is also a poet, his sole published work in that form being the sixteen stanza “The History of Mathematics.”

He now lives in rural Pennsylvania with his wife and three spectacular daughters, where he fills his non-teaching hours spinning tales of time-travel, wise-cracking pixies, and an assortment of other impossible things.

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