Aurora Redress, the second book in the Aurora Series is now available on Nook. Here is the link:
Book One, Aurora Rescue, can be found on Nook by clicking on this link:
Aurora Redress is still available on Amazon for you Kindle readers.
Here is the link:
Once again, here is the cover blurb for Aurora Redress, a time travel adventure which finds Marty and Eddie, both from 2024 Colorado, back in western Maryland in 1859 where they experience what is known as the Carrington Event, one of the largest aurora borealis incidents in recorded history:
"The saga continues as Marty makes a
startling discovery about the mountain on which she and Hunter landed. As she
searches her cell call history and realizes what went different than planned,
her disappointment turns to excitement. Can she find Eddie and help him use
aurora power to return home with her? What will it mean to Kezia, the runaway slave she befriends when she stumbles upon a station of the Underground Railroad? Cy agrees that she needs to try to find
Eddie instead of coming back to 2024 right away, even though it means he must
somehow continue to fend off the increasing threat to his own freedom as a
result of being pursued by “Cowboy” FBI Special Agent, Lee Hardin."
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Beginning Friday, April 4, 2014 at 8:00am PST and ending on Monday, April 7, 2014 at 3:59pm PST, the ebook for Kindle will be available for $.99.
Beginning Monday, April 7, 2014 at 4:00pm PST and ending on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 11:59pm PST, the ebook for Kindle will be available for $1.99.
On Friday, April 12, 2014 at 12:00am PST, the book will resume its usual price of $2.99 -- still a bargain.
Please take advantage of this offer in order to buy the this book at the best price available.
Sorry, Nook readers, this book will not be available for Nook until after May 27, 2014. I will offer it at a good price for you at that time.
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
I did an informal opinion survey on Facebook, and by at least two to one, my FB friends selected the following image for the cover of Aurora Redress. Actually, this isn't the exact same image I showed them. I lightened up the background some and redid the title.
As a matter of interest (or not), I also used the following two photographs of mine to create this cover.
Many thanks to Joy Wilcox for granting me permission to use her image of the leaping girl silhouette.
Yes, I finished the edits on Aurora Redress last March. And, yes, I set it aside while I worked on another novel in an entirely different genre. But since it has been almost a year, I am going through the manuscript one more time before publishing it electronically. Fortunately, I am finding more "fine tuning" opportunities than overlooked errors so far.