The year is 2522. Anna is a Remnant—a secret Christian in a world that has banned any form of religion. She is also an astro-geologist working with her Robot, named Z, for the Planetary Science Commission. The PSC has worked for 200 years to find alien life on another planet, and finally, after two centuries, a primitive lifeform has been discovered. Faced with the reality of evolved primitives on a forested moon, Anna begins to question all she has ever believed. Anna and Z travel to the newly-discovered moon in search of answers, but a terrible accident leaves them stranded. Faced with dangerous natives and unfamiliar surroundings, Anna and Z stumble upon a conspiracy that has universal implications. Will Anna discover the truth about the moon and its inhabitants?
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After the previous blog of promoting authors and it’s great success, I have decided to arrange a book list too!
Kyra Dune: The Dragon Within
M.A. Rey: The High Kings Will
Kim Fry: Scream For Me
E.H. Demeter: Secrets
Angel Thomas: Shadows Of The Mind
Angie Grigaliunas: Nightmare In Writers Retreat
Rosa Arcade: Notes To My Younger Self
Beth Hammond: Sound Of Stones
Stephanie Ayers: Til Death Us Do Part
Nathan Jarmusch: Den Of Thieves, A Den of Quills Anthology
Christine Haggerty: Acquisition
Eric E McClure: Touch Of Life
Lorraine Johnston: Later Tartan Gator
Shelley Roe: Heroes, A Pheonix Quill Anthology
Paul R Davis: Drowning In The Sands Of G’Desh
RA McCandless: The Flames Of Perdition Series
Christopher Taylor: Old Habits
Alizabeth Lynn: Cancer Sucks
Thanks so much to the authors who helped to put this blog, and the previous ones together! – Dana Villa-Smith
It came upon a midnight clear, one dark and dreary night with no moon.
Nobody had any idea. They slept soundly in their beds, they drank loudly in their bars. They fogged windows as heat and passion built in quiet places off backroads. They screamed and yelled in broken relationships, they hummed lullabies and read stories to young ones while tucking them in. They blared their televisions or car radios.
All of them were oblivious, they not one of them paid attention.
Off in the distance of a Midwestern horizon, a gentle hum began to break the silence.
Tickled by the lack of attention, the noise made it’s way across the open sky.
Gently pacing the miles, covering the distance in easy time, the Noise began it’s descent over the Texas Plains.
The open wilderness of Texas seemed the perfect place to start fresh.
Nobody would notice, nobody would see, nobody would care.
With smooth strategy, the Noise finally landed.
It was quiet and still for miles.
Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr a metallic sort of sound resonated, as a door opened washing the field in a rectangular pattern of light.
“Planet Earth.” The tall mysterious traveler thought aloud, as she stepped softly out of her vessel onto the grassy earth.
The sounds of creatures filled the air like music. From chirping crickets to the shivering shake of a Rattlesnake tail.
Closing her eyes, taking a deep breath, she listened with overwhelming awe.
Suddenly the stench of cattle came alive in her awareness, as she gagged.
Coughing and sputtering, the traveler looked anxiously about for the first time.
To her disdain, cattle finally began cry out and run, as though awakening from a daze.