This giveaway has been well received by Amazon readers. Muphy’s Traverse was within the top 20 30-minute free reads all day Saturday, and Bingham’s Deep Woods Fairies reached a similar position in the Teen and Young Adult category, with a good showing also in Science Fiction and Fantasy.
The free kindle giveaway is scheduled to continue until midnight this evening, Pacific Time. So please, if you haven’t downloaded either yet, get one or both (depending on what tickles your fancy), and then read them whenever you have fifteen or twenty minutes to spare. I hope you enjoy them. Reviews are welcome.
Also please consider, for your novel reads, my new release Towers of Earth. Readers of all ages have enjoyed the story, from middle-grade to adult. The print edition is a little under 300 pages. The e-book version page count varies depending upon the format. A couple of five-star reviews have already been posted on Amazon. And please join my email list if you would like updates from time to time.
At the brink of an impending dark age, 15-year-old Allison Taylor escapes Earth on a colony ship to the stars. But a catastrophic quark drive failure forces a desperate, near-light-speed return a millennium into Earth’s future. Allison is surprised to find humanity in a “New Renaissance” and to see the Great Geostationary Towers her father engineered still stretching majestically from ground to high orbit, now housing Earth’s billions.
When Allison learns the “New Renaissance” is a mere façade, she struggles against crushing odds to reunite with her fellow colonists. Finally gaining the opportunity to flee again, she realizes her special knowledge of the Towers may empower her to break the Tower Administrators’ tyranny—but at the cost of her means of escape. Allison is torn. Will fulfilling her father’s dream be worth abandoning her chance to finally reach the stars?
TOWERS OF EARTH is available as an e-book at:
The print edition is available on Amazon.
Published by Double Dragon Publishing
Edited by Felicia Sullivan