The next book in the Dreamer Chronicles Trilogy is well underway – with a tentative release date in the next 3 months.
(And no, it won’t be the last you will read of Sarina and Nathan. Just the last in this trilogy! :))
So what’s the story about?
Well if I told you that … you know how the saying goes.
Let’s just say there are gravitational implications. Which is the least of their problems.
But that got me thinking – as I researched ‘gravity’ – the physical force, not the movie – why haven’t scientists yet confirmed the existence of a ‘graviton’? And if they do, will they be able to find or create an ‘anti-graviton’?
What do you think? Does gravity help keep our feet on the ground? What would happen to us if there were no gravity? What do you think makes up gravity? Do you think we will ever discover how to manipulate it?
Let me know in the comments!
Anyone think that paying $9.99+ for ebooks for is a bit rich?
The big publishers seem to think that ebooks should be the same price OR MORE than an ebook.
But us independent publishers know that the readers and buyers are not so easily fooled.
Which is why, we will occasionally offer special deals, just to entice new readers.
(Hence my week-long 99c Countdown Deal for both of my books – I & II – in the Dreamer Chronicles Series. Book III coming soon …)
But once the deal is over, for most ‘indies’, full-price is $2.99-$5.99 (most are $2.99).
Why pay $9.99 for an ebook, when there are now sooo many great books from indie publishers?
In Sarina’s Nightmare, there is one scene where two people (OK, kids!) ride a skateboard together.
One rather enterprising reader challenged this scenario; and scoffed at the idea that this was even physically possible.
Well it is, and I have proof.
Video proof! 😀
It even has an official name: Tandem Skateboarding.
Take a look at the videos below – doesn’t that look like amazing fun?!*
*No, the scene in the book is nothing like either of these. It is a fun getaway scene though! You’ll have to read it to find out won’t you!
Praise for Sarina’s Nightmare:
“A fast-paced action fantasy with glorious characters, some nail-biting moments and a very satisfying ending…plus a hint that there will be more Dreamer Chronicles to come in the future. And that’s a very good thing! My 10-year-old daughter, an avid and discerning reader, likened this to the Percy Jackson series.
For adults who are reading this book out loud to their kids (and you’ll want to!) it is worth spending a few minutes on the mythical names that you’ll have to get your tongue around – lots of consonants and not quite enough vowels – but that’s standard procedure with this genre and all part of the fun. Highly recommended for boys and girls aged 10 and over.“