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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

10,000 Bones Book Blast and Giveaway

Okay, who actually counted the bones? Here's a sci-fi book that comes with a giveaway with two prizes, including an Amazon gift card. Open worldwide, you have through 3/4 to enter. Good luck.

10,000 Bones
by Joe Ollinger
Genre: Science Fiction

On the planet Brink, calcium is cash. The element's scarcity led the world's government to declare it the official currency. In the decades since, the governments of other colonized worlds have suppressed shipments of calcium in order to maintain favorable exchange rates, while Brink's Commerce Board has struggled to negotiate importation quotas to keep the population alive and growing.

Taryn Dare is a Collections Agent, a specialized detective tasked with finding black market calcium and recovering it, so that the Commerce Board can recycle it and distribute it as currency. Taryn is fueled by one goal: to save up enough currency units for a one-way ticket to a better world. But when a job recovering a human corpse uncovers a deadly conspiracy in the system, Taryn is drawn into an investigation that may threaten her life, and the very fabric of her society.

Joe Ollinger grew up in a small swamp town in Florida. After graduating from USC, he worked for several years as a reader and story analyst for Academy Award Winning Filmmaker Oliver Stone. Currently residing in Los Angeles, he was a semifinalist in the Nicholl Fellowships in screenwriting. He works as an attorney when he's not writing.

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  1. this looks really good, cant wait to read!

  2. The cover doesn't quite grab me, but it made me read the synopsis, which makes me think I'd like to read this book.

  3. my question for the author is where do you get your ideas for your stories.

  4. I like the cover and the books sounds interesting.

  5. The book sounds intriguing and I really like the color and design of the cover