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Thursday, September 13, 2018

End of Innocence Book Blast and Giveaway

Here's a giveaway with a trio of Amazon gift card up for grabs and a SciFi book to explore. Open worldwide, you have through 10/12 to enter. Good luck.

End of Innocence
by Romana Drew
Genre: SciFi

Lenea's brother spends every clear night pointing a telescope at the same stars. When she confronts him, he lets her look through the telescope. A small sliver speck changes course, slows, and merges with a larger silvery spot. 


In that brief moment, her life changes. Her brother spies on space aliens! Soon she learns the aliens have a settlement in the Kenned Valley, and that her boyfriend monitors their communications.


Then he disappears. 


What do they want, and can her world survive?


Just before he has to give up and go home broke, Captain Seddry finds the perfect world. It is rich in ore, has a breathable atmosphere, and it even has a reasonable climate — an ideal place for a new Langon colony. The fuzzy natives won't be a problem. They don't have any large weapons or even airplanes, making them too primitive to ever find the mining colony hidden away in an isolated valley. Or so he thinks.




I live in California with my husband, and raise baby squirrels for a wildlife care center. I could go into detail about my background and education, but that is rather boring. Let me say that I am quiet, love the outdoors, and never have enough time to do all the things I want to do.



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23 comments:

  1. That cover is interesting. Makes me want to read the book.

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  2. The cover art is odd, but not really off putting. I'm sure there's probably good main character development for the story.

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    1. The cover is a picture of Lannes, one of the main characters. It looks just like I pictured him when he gets - well that would be a spoiler.

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  3. I like the cover but if it were more realistic looking it may have more appeal. The story line on the other hand sounds fantastic and something I would want to read.

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  4. I like the cover it's interesting and kind of eerie,just the way a good sci-fi book should be,I would love to read it!

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    1. I wanted a non traditional cover. If you do read the book, I hope you enjoy it.

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  5. Baby squirrels, how fun is that?! How many do you have at home at any given time? Thanks for the great prize!

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    1. Currently, I have one baby eastern gray, one baby western gray, and three baby eastern fox squirrels. The eastern gray is almost ready to for an outdoor pre-release cage at the center. The rest are still nursing.

      Most wild animals have babies in the spring, but here, where there are so many nut trees, the main tree squirrel breeding season is in the fall.

      Good luck on the prize

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  6. This sounds like a good sci-fi read! Cover is definitely interesting.

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  7. This book cover is pretty neat looking. got my attention.
    @tisonlyme143

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    1. Getting people's attention is the intent of every book cover. Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    The book looks like an amazing read!

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  9. It's really funny I like the illustration

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