I was just about to toddle off to bed when I received an email from Sally Cronin of Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore, saying she’d posted an excerpt from The Godsend on her blog. -dance- And, she’s included Diana Peach’s fabulous review as well. As you can imagine, I’m thrilled.
The excerpt is a short bit about Kenneth, my broken hero. Hope you like it.
During this Covid-19 crisis I want to help in any way I can, so I’ve turned my sci-fi trilogy, Innerscape, into an omnibus edition. In the coming weeks, I’ll be offering the omnibus edition up for free in as many formats as I can manage.
The Innerscape Omnibus includes:
Book 1, Miira
Book 2, The Godsend
Book 3, Nabatea
Just a whisker under 1000 pages so it should keep people going for a while. 😀
For those without dedicated reading devices, I’ve started with the PDF format because all you will need is a free copy of Acrobat Reader and a computer of some sort.
Click the image below, or the sync.com link. to download the PDF version of the omnibus:
Alternately, click ‘as PDF’ in the sidebar to the right to be taken to the same link.
You will not need to sign up or do anything at all to download the omnibus. Just click the link and then follow the on-screen instructions. Feel free to share the omnibus with family and friends. All I ask is that you don’t try to sell it or use it in any commercial way.
I’ll be working to get the next version up and tested asap. Until then, stay well and #StayHome
I am working on another how-to post, really, but all work and no play isn’t healthy so…. tah dah 🙂
This one’s a little out of sequence, but those who’ve read The Godsend may recognize the scene it was adapted from. The core thing I’ve learned since experimenting with this kind of visual storytelling is that you can never reproduce a scene exactly. 🙂
I now have so much more sympathy for movie boffins who adapt much loved books to the visual medium!