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William Galaini is Visiting! [Tour Stop]

The Line

“The Line” by William Galaini

Published as… Science Fiction

About the Book

Suspended in the nothing between timelines, the station Janus is an unseen marvel: the greatest technological achievement in human innovation. From Janus, Gustavo and his hand-selected team of historians and engineers venture into the past and observe history, unseen and unnoticed.

But they are not alone.

Another traveler is shattering history. Unhindered by desires to remain scientific and uninvolved, the intruder’s technology is far advanced with methods more brutal and a present more terrifying than anything Gustavo and his team are prepared for. As they apply their intellects and skills towards solving the mystery of the ferocious interloper, they discover than they have its full attention.

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About the Author

William Galaini Author Photo
William Galaini grew up in Pennsylvania and Florida. His mother gave him an early love of reading, especially when it came to the great classics of science fiction. He is also a history buff and fascinated by mythology and folklore. His various vocational pursuits include being a singer in a professional high school choir, manager of the call center at a luxury resort, U.S. Army medic, prison guard, and middle school English teacher. As such, he is perfectly suited to breech a solid metal door, humanely restrain the enemy within, and politely correct their grammar all while humming Handel’s Messiah and drinking a lovely cuppa tea.

He currently hangs his hat, rucksack, and tweed smoking jacket in Northern Virginia.

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Terra Harmony is Visiting! [Anthology Tour Stop]

Forbidden Future

Forbidden Future

Published on… 12 September 2013
Published by… Masquerade Publishing
Published as… Time Travel/Fantasy

Top Ten Best Self-Published Novels [List by Terra Harmony]

1. Angelfall by Susan Ee – Currently holding the title of my favorite book ever! Initially self-published, Angelfall gained enormous popularity through word of mouth, mostly on Goodreads, I believe. Susan has since signed on with a publisher but she certainly knocked her first book right out of the park!

2. World After by Susan Ee – I have to throw in the sequel to Angelfall! It was just released and although this one was done by Skyscape (an Amazon publishing company), I believe Susan will always be a self-publisher at heart!

3. Wool Omnibus Edition by Hugh Howey – I love this series! And let me just say, although Hugh eventually signed on with Simon & Schuster, he made it popular all on his own. I especially love the fact that Hugh wouldn’t sign on with anyone that would cause the price of his ebooks to skyrocket – now that is loyalty to his fans!

4. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire – Another self-publisher that eventually went with Simon & Schuster. This book had very mixed reviews (especially with my local book group), but I loved it so much I read it in one sitting.

5. Occupy Space by Grady Hendrix – Virtually unknown book and author. Why?! It was an awesome book and I couldn’t put it down! Think rednecks trying to get to space.

6. The Five Elements by Scott Marlowe – Another virtually unknown that you absolutely have to check out.

7. Theft of Swords by Michael Sullivan – I love this series, mainly because he is a local author and it is a true husband/wife success story with this series. He writes, she markets – and they are both rock stars at what they do. Michael is now partnered with Orbit Books for this series.

8. The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield – remember this one anyone? I think I read it in 5th or 6th grade. James started by selling copies out of the trunk of his Honda—over 100,000 of them, until he sold rights to Warner Books.

9. The Rising by Terra Harmony – Okay, I can’t have a list of favorites and not throw one of my own books in there. Mermaids and werewolves – intrigued yet? Get your copy!

10. Forbidden Future – Of course, I have to end the list with our newest release; the Forbidden Future Anthology. Time travel, anyone? Please check it out and be sure to leave a review!

About the Book

Jump by Jon Bradbury
Jesse Kendall’s fiancee is missing, ever since she answered a strange ad. His only lead is a deserted warehouse downtown. In that warehouse he will find so much more than he bargained for.

Road Trip by Matt Mitrovich
Four friends drive to a college party and take an unexpected detour into the future.

Society by Terra Harmony
Take a ride on the ‘Energy of the Future’, where society gets a fresh, clean start – no matter who they have to leave behind.

Forbidden Future by James Wymore
A time machine technician has given his whole life to the pure scientific pursuit of the study of time travel. When his personal life falls apart, he decides to risk it all and take a trip into the future. First, he must remove a failsafe blocking the machine from traveling to the future. What could be so bad that they tried to stop anybody from seeing it?

The Mountains Haven’t by Kade Anderson
The people of the town of Dignity go about their daily lives, trying to scrape out a meager existence from the dirt and the dust of their land, never taking notice of the mountains that loom in the distance. To the others, the mountains are benign, as harmless as the grass their cows graze upon. To the town’s Watcher, Julia, the mountains hold the key to a far greater mystery.

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About the Authors

Jon Bradbury

Jon Bradbury is the writer of 11 erotic romance eBooks including Sugar Daddy and Worst Kept Secret. He lives and works in Reno, Nevada. He is a full time writer thanks to the never ending Great Recession. He is currently and probably permanently single.

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Matt Mitrovich  is the founder and editor of  Alternate History Weekly Update  and a blogger on  Amazing Stories. His new short story “Road Trip” can be found in  Forbidden Future: A Time Travel Anthology.  When not writing he works as an attorney, enjoys life with his beautiful wife Alana and prepares for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.

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Terra Harmony Author Photo

Terra is author of the eco-fantasy novels in the Akasha Series, ‘Water’, ‘Air’, ‘Fire’ and ‘Earth’, as well as the Painted Maidens Trilogy. Terra was born and raised in Colorado but has since lived in California, Texas, Utah, North Carolina, and Virginia.    Terra has served a 5½ year enlistment in the Marine Corp, has earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree and presently runs the language services division of a small business. Terra currently lives in a suburb of Washington, DC with her husband of 14 years and three children.

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On a lifelong search for fantastic worlds hiding just out of sight, James Wymore writes to explore.  With three books and six short stories in print after just one year, he continues to push the boundaries of imagination.

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Kade Anderson Author Photo

Kade Anderson is a writer from Atlanta, Georgia specializing in science fiction, fantasy, and occasionally finance.   “The Mountains Haven’t” is her first published short story, but she has also written two novels and co-written several screenplays, including the upcoming web series  Life Online.   You can read the less interesting bits of Kade’s writing on her blog  or follow her on Twitter.   Both feature frequent references to her habit of buying more books than she can read, and pictures of her pet rabbit, Epinephrine.

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JeriWB writes short stories, creative nonfiction, and psychological suspense. The rough Idaho mining town she grew up in populates her literary landscape. She also works as a freelance editor.

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