Touching Base: Millions of U.S. Children

A lot has been going on with the Rarity from the Hollow project since I last posted. With Christmas around the corner, I decided to remind folks that Millions of American children will spend this holiday season living in temporary shelters. Half of author proceed from this project are donated to the prevention of child maltreatment. The novel remains on sale through Christmas. https://www.amazon.com/Rarity-Hollow-Robert-Eggleton/dp/190713395X/

It’s available at any online book store and at Books-A-Million if you happen to walk into one while shopping. But, the Amazon price is less expensive and for some reason the sale doen’t affect how much money that Dog Horn Publishing will be able to deposit directly into the account of Children’s Home Society after Christmas. I’m not very knowledgeable about marketing or sales, and just love to write. Speaking of which, a new (free) short story was published in a magazine, but it’s Part One, so you would need to wait for the next edition to read the ending: : https://farhorizonsmagazine.wordpress.com/

A very cool review was published very recently in Amazing Stories Magazine: http://amazingstoriesmag.com/2017/10/review-rarity-hollow/ A great blurb was written by one of the most famous science fiction writer to have ever existed:

“A fun, sometimes cleverly-gonzo, and even inspiring tale about an undaunted girl’s close encounter of the weird kind.” — David Brin Mr. Brin is an American scientist and author of science fiction. He has received the Hugo, Locus, Campbell and Nebula Awards. His novel, The Postman, was adapted as a feature film and starred Kevin Costner in 1997. Obviously, I feel honored that he read and blurbed my novel.

 

“A fun, sometimes cleverly-gonzo, and even inspiring tale about an undaunted girl’s close encounter of the weird kind.” — David Brin Mr. Brin is an American scientist and author of science fiction. He has received the Hugo, Locus, Campbell and Nebula Awards. His novel, The Postman, was adapted as a feature film and starred Kevin Costner in 1997. Obviously, I feel honored that he read and blurbed my novel.

 

There’s a bunch of other stuff. To keep up, check out Lacy Dawn Adventures on Facebook. Take care.

 

 

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