College student Anna Caldwell’s life turns upside down after a traumatic car accident lands her in the hospital broken and battered with an ability to hear a voice inside her head. A series of unfortunate events leads Anna to learn she is part of a top-secret governmental organization, known as Department 126, whose last assignment led to her memories of being an agent erased. Upon attempting a procedure to regain her past identity, Anna comes face-to-face with ‘the voice’, initiating a two thousand year old rite of passage that pits Anna against varying factions whose strive for power places not only her life in peril, but the world’s.
Three cheers to all my Beta readers! Without you, my dreams would remain in the creative writing abyss and collect tons of dust. Thanks for undertaking the task!
The Guardians is set for launch on Amazon, Kobo, and iBooks at the end of August and will soon be gracing e-book and print shelves in the near future.
Here’s a little taste of what’s to come:
Anna’s return to normal life screeches to a halt when Department 126 orders her to track down the Spear of Destiny. When sinister forces and betrayals turn the hunter into prey, Anna must rely on instinct and a little help from her guardian angel.
Traipsing the globe, Anna struggles in her newfound role as a Protector. Her fledgling abilities are tested. Between time travel lessons gone afoul and discovering powerful healing skills, Anna must uncover the Department’s mole before it is too late. And when a mysterious letter arrives, Anna learns not everything is as it seems.
Hello from Music City! While the temperature waits to decide if it wants to warm up or plunge into the land of tundra, I’m busy writing, reading, and searching for everything book related. I’ve recently stumbled across a list by Bookbub about 10 books in the works for 2018 movie adaptations.
I have to say that I love movies, always have, but I get a little squirmy when books are made into movies. Movies/TV series condense or change plots of novels/series of books that can either be cheered by the masses or struck down by deafening boos. And I hear/read more of the negatives than positives. However, there are those that spark the fancy of readers (Harry Potter rings a bell!).
So, with that in mind, I’m curious as to your thoughts! Take a look at the list by clicking this link and comment below about which ones, if any, you’re interested in seeing. I’ve attached “The Cuckoo’s Calling” trailer for your viewing pleasure. Happy watching and happy reading!