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Thursday, September 27, 2018

Water to Water Book Blast and Giveaway

Here's what looks like a great sci-fi book from author Karen A. Wyle. Perhaps I should dabble in the world of writing fiction. All my books are non-fiction. Don't miss entering the giveaway for an Amazon gift card. Open worldwide, you have through 10/26 to enter.

Water to Water
by Karen A. Wyle
Genre: Science Fiction

Two young Vushla questioned what everyone knew about death. What should they do with the answer?

When the time comes for Vushla to die, they go into the ocean and are dissolved away. Or so Terrill has always believed, and still believes after taking part in his father's final journey. But when he meets a young Vushlu who lives by the sea, Terrill must confront information that calls this fundamental belief into question. Will the two of them discover the truth? And what should they do with what they find?



Karen A. Wyle was born a Connecticut Yankee, but eventually settled in Bloomington, Indiana, home of Indiana University. She now considers herself a Hoosier. Wyle's childhood ambition was to be the youngest ever published novelist. While writing her first novel at age 10, she was mortified to learn that some British upstart had beaten her to the goal at age 9. 







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19 comments:

  1. My question is where do you get your ideas for your books.

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    1. Many of my ideas start with news items, science news especially. After decades of reading science fiction, I see through a science fiction lens. I ask myself such questions as “what if?” and “what next?”—and I’m off and running. This book, however, had a different origin. The initial image, described in the Preface, comes from a dream! As for which Vushlu went into the ocean, it is probably no coincidence that my father died a few months before I started writing the book.
      -Karen A. Wyle

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  2. That's a very interesting cover. The blurb makes me want to read the book.

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    1. Damonza designed the cover, which captured my ideas better than I could have imagined.

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  3. Very cool looking cover, draws my attention to wanting to know more about the story.

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    1. Damonza designed the cover, which captured my ideas better than I could have imagined.

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  4. The cover is beautiful. I am interested in the book.

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  5. The cover art seems different/creative. Good job.

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  6. I think that cover is wonderful. It would definitely catch my eye in a bookstore. Thanks for the great prize!

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  7. I really like the cover. The story line sounds very interesting, certainly something to put on my list.

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  8. Thank you all for your kind words and interest!

    (The post above includes preorder links for Amazon and for multiple other retailers to whom Draft2Digital distributes, under the "Add to Goodreads" link.)

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  9. I love the abstract artwork on the cover. It's very unique. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. Sounds like a great book! Best wishes on your tour.

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