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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Awakening Cocijo Book Blast and Giveaway

An amazing FOUR winners in the giveaway associated with this metaphysical fiction title. Each winner gets their own Amazon gift card. Open worldwide, you have through 6/11 to enter. Good luck.

Awakening Cocijo
by Thomas Juarez
Genre: Metaphysical Fiction

Chaotic skies reveal untold prophecies. A storm rises. Can a boy quell the fury of a god?Join the Zapotec on a journey through time and across generations.
Referring to themselves as the cloud people, their fierce warriors conquered and ruled the Oaxaca for centuries. Witness rites, rituals and incantations aimed at appeasing the divine in an attempt to gain favor; favor that would grant them greatness. So, where did it all go wrong? Why would such powerful gods allow their disciples to be conquered? These answers and more would be offered many centuries later by their descendants. Descendants of a civilization whose glory can only be revived by the awakening of the most powerful deity in Zapotec lore: Cocijo, the god of lightening and rain.


Thomas (Tom) Juarez is a retired United States Army soldier with about twenty-one years of active federal service. Hailing from Wetumpka, Alabama, Tom currently enjoys his military retirement with his wife in Sterling, Oklahoma.




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14 comments:

  1. The book sounds intriguing and I love the cover.

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  2. Intriguing cover. I don't think I've ever read a book in the Metaphysical genre before.

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  3. I've never read this type book before. That was one of my new years resolutions, to broaden my horizons & also read some classics. Much good luck with the book

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  4. I like the cover - from a distance, it looked like a mushroom cloud. The story looks very interesting - I enjoy metaphysical fiction. It can raise some interesting questions.

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  5. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

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  6. I can only hope this post finds readers who are interested in my book. I would love to hear some feedback!

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  7. I’ve never read metaphysical fiction before but this sounds intriguing. I like the cover and the font you used for the title

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