Thursday, May 23, 2013

eReader Device News


Exciting News!

Coming in a few weeks,  METATRON: The Angel Has Risen will soon be available for Nook, Kobo, iPad, Sony and other ereading devices.

So, for those of you who do not have a Kindle but another device, please consider METATRON: The Angel Has Risen for your next read in the weeks ahead!

For now it's available on Kindle and Paperback at:

In addition, you can order the Paperback from Books-A-Million and Barnes & Noble at:



Sincerely,
Laurence



Tuesday, May 21, 2013

*** Final Days - Sale, 99 Cents***

***** 2 days left *****

Click on the book above for link

Wow, I can't believe it's been one year since "METATRON: THE ANGEL HAS RISEN" was published! It seems just like yesterday I was still drafting it.

To celebrate and show my appreciation and gratitude, the ebook addition will be on sale for a short period of time for only 99 cents!

Please forward/share this sale information with all your family and friends!! 



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Monday, May 6, 2013

Guest Blog with author Kenna McKinnon


Young adult/MG sci-fi/fantasy adventure available May 3 – 10, 2013 inclusive for 99 cents on Amazon.com!


"SPACEHIVE is a fast paced, cross-pollination of a plot populated with invading giant wasps and bees sure to sting the imagination of its target audience."—Paula Shene, author of Mandy the Alpha Dog


"Sometimes humorous, sometimes terrifying, and always imaginative, this high-tech, interplanetary tale will keep you buzzing through page after page. You will never look at bees the same way!"—Val Muller, author of Corgi Capers: Deceit on Dorset Drive


"Wickedly funny and brimming with satire—a strange and quirky twist on the science fiction genre that will leave you in stitches. Highly recommended for youngsters and their parents alike!"—Derrick Hibbard, author of Impish

 
"Many novels have a sting in the tail, SPACEHIVE is literally full of them! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. SPACEHIVE is not only imaginative, but also extremely thought provoking. An absolute credit to this first time author. Bravo!"—Philip Parry, author of Wishful Thinking


"Don't get stung and miss this. You'll hive a great read and get a buzz."—Alan Place, author of Pat Canella: The Dockland Murders


Earth was in danger.

Jealous eyes gazed toward our Sun from a planet called Jive Hive in another star system, black compound eyes that peered without compassion as though we were flies caught on sticky paper ready for the fire.

The first of their suns was setting as blood-orange light spilled into the valley. Three female worker bees, two over seven feet tall and the other not quite five feet, sat under a purple-flowered tree, sorting through various blossoms, while other bees worked nearby.

"We can't go on like this much longer," Banter said. "There are too many of us. The hive has to find a new home. The Black Watch wasps, vicious as they are, know what they're doing. They've been scanning the skies for hundreds of years and keeping a check on our population."

She sat next to her cousins, Zibb and Bipp. They had worked all day collecting pollen for their hive. Now they rested and talked of the Imperative—to colonize. The whole Jive Hive planet was abuzz with the news.

"Yes," Zibb agreed. "The queen said this one is a plum ripe for the picking and only eight light years away. We'll be tired from the long sleep when we arrive. It'll be a brand new adventure for us. A new Jive Hive."

"Too bad there are beings there." Banter selected a fresh flower and began culling its nectar.

"Too bad we have to kill them all," Zibb said.

"Sometimes humorous, sometimes terrifying, and always imaginative, this high-tech, interplanetary tale will keep you buzzing through page after page. You will never look at bees the same way!" —Val Muller, author of Corgi Capers: Deceit on Dorset Drive

"Highly recommended for youngsters and their parents alike!" – Derrick Hibbard, author of Impish

"Many novels have a sting in the tail, SPACEHIVE is literally full of them! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. SPACEHIVE is not only imaginative, but also extremely thought provoking. An absolute credit to this first time author. Bravo!" —Philip Parry, author of Wishful Thinking

"SPACEHIVE is a fast paced, cross-pollination of a plot populated with invading giant wasps and bees sure to sting the imagination of its target audience." ~ Paula Shene, author of Mandy the Alpha Dog

 
"Don't get stung and miss this. You'll hive a great read and get a buzz." —Alan Place, author of Pat Canella: The Dockland Murders

 


Kenna McKinnon is a freelance writer and self-employed medical transcriptionist who lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. SpaceHive is her debut novel, published by Imajin Books.

Kenna has lived for many years with schizophrenia. She is the proud mother of three wonderful children and three grandsons. Follow her blog or follow her on Twitter or Facebook.

 

Kenna McKinnon





SpaceHive