The summer is officially over — school has started up again. If you feel trapped in a dystopian world, you are not alone! Misery and survival are best accompanied by a fine story of even more suffering and endurance. Authors of such fine tales know this and we’ve come together to gift our readers a few of our dark stories. Click the link and claim your book(s). And as always, if you love a story, please let the writer know and tell the world by leaving a review. Thank you very much and happy reading!
There are many people in this world that are helping independent writers (writers without a publisher) to promote their work. Some charge money for such promotions, but a few run such promotions free to the author. I’m very grateful to be included in The Indie Academy’s August Kindle Unlimited Promotion! Check out this amazing group of authors and books. From August 21st to the 28th, these books will be available for free on Kindle Unlimited. If you don’t have an account, you can sign up for a free trial here. Not only is The Indie Academy running this amazing promotion, it has also sweetened the deal: Enter here to win a $5 Amazon gift card! So thank you very much for looking and for reading! And as always, if you like a story, please leave a review!
Have you gotten your summer readings yet? Well, here’s a large collection of science fiction from indie authors from all over the world. Pick one, pick them all — they are all free for a limited time. And if you like a book, please make sure to leave a review — indie authors live and die but your good words. Thank you and happy reading! Grab as many books as you like and tell a friend!
“Twin Time” is a science fiction time twist story of two sisters: one autistic and one not. It plays out in two time periods: modern and just before and after the Russian Revolution of 1917. My grandmother was born off this time period, and it is partly based on her stories that that part of the book is created. Born into privilege, she lost everything after the Revolution. She married a Russian officer to secure her own Russian citizenship — my grandmother’s father was an English citizen, and her last name was very English and so was her passport. The new name and citizen papers saved her life. “Twin Time” is fully illustrated. But this movie of Russian life in 1908 gives another glimpse into the life of my characters. For those interested in reading the first few chapters, here’s the link: “Twin Time”.