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Only a $1.99 – that is less than the price of a cup of coffee!

October 11, 2014

Here is an opportunity for YCup of 1st of Julyou to own the Kindle version (also can downloaded for the IPad and Android readers) of the science fiction book, The First of July – an Epiphanal Startling.  (This link will take you to the promo on Amazon) The book is set in the year 2113 some 99 years in the future.  It spins a complex yarn that will have you wondering why we exist and to what purpose we are following the path that has been set in front of us. It wrestles with the concept of time and the desire to make things right within us all.

This book took more than a year to write and is quite long (more than 620 pages).  It sets the stage for the next two books in the trilogy and represents the beginning of life changes in all the characters that are depicted within its pages.  The people will seem familiar, in fact you might even see yourself in them and feel a common bond.

Why the promotion?  I wrote the book to be read and don’t want people to be discouraged by the cost.  I thought about giving it away but most things that I have received for free tend to end up in a closet unused.  The initial version published unfortunately had a few errors within its pages, most if not all ot them have been corrected.  I am looking at this as a reintroduction of the book while I work on getting the next one ready for publication next year.

Anyone that has read it and wishes to discuss it – leave a comment and I will respond.

Cliff

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