Apart from my self-published fantasy series, The Green Woman, I also have a YA post-apocalyptic (or apocalyptic, depending on how you look at it) with Finch Books, The Pathfinders.
From TODAY, April 20th Finch Books are swinging into promotion mode.
This will be my first proper, big, professional promotion,
with a BookBub also featured deal TODAY
and some FB ads as well.
The first volume of The Pathfinders Series
is reduced to 99p/c
and the sequels,
Devastation and Revelation
are reduced to £2.99/$3.99
for this week
I have review copies available of books two and three, so if you read Abomination, leave a review, and would like a copy of the next volume, just let me know.
Remember, the promotion starts TODAY, April 20th (in case you’d forgotten).
Don’t miss it!
As the end of the world begins, Carla and Tully hurtle through a wormhole five years forward in time, only to find they haven’t missed the Apocalypse after all.
Carla and Tully are picnicking in the quad of their international high school in central Paris when the end of the world begins. They are sucked into a wormhole that spits them out five years later to find that the world is a freezing desolation but still hanging on, waiting for something even worse to finish it off. The something worse turns out to be the Burnt Man and his horsemen. Taken prisoner by the Flay Tribe to their lair in the ruins of a shopping mall, Tully is forced to become a warrior, while Carla joins the other girls as a kitchen slave and comfort woman.
Tully might like the idea of playing soldiers, but Carla knows what is waiting for the girls when the food runs out, and it isn’t pleasant. The supermarket holy man’s vision of the return of the Burnt Man and his demon friends drags Tully back to reality. When the four fiends are reunited, the Apocalypse will really begin. Carla and Tully don’t plan on being there when that happens.
But in this post-Abomination world where only the young and brutal have survived, where food and fuel are running out and the climate is plunging into another final ice age, there is nowhere to run—except down another wormhole, with no idea of what might be waiting for them at the other end.