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2 Responses to Author Resources

  1. Jean Kilczer says:

    I’d love for you to review The Loranth, the first book in my eight-book action adventure series: Star Sojourner. Word length is about 82,000 words. My publisher is Creativia.
    Here’s the link to the book, I hope. I’m a computer klutz.

    Here’s the blurb:
    After walking into the lair of a demented member of the species, out to destroy humankind and intending to use Jules as his weapon, our protagonist finds himself in a battle against an enemy with staggering telepathic powers and the ability to destroy whole worlds, even Earth. Will he prevail, or succumb when pitted against these impossible odds?
    While searching for the missing link among the mammal life in planet Tartarus, Exobiologist Jules Rammis finds a lot more than what he was searching for among the great reptiles of this primal world. Deep beneath the surface, a spectacular culture of intelligent life forms quietly roams the sunken seas.

    If you do decide to review The Loranth, could you possibly do it soon? Creativia will do a promotional on it later in March.
    If you need any further information on the book, or me, just contact me at
    Thanks for your time.
    Best —
    Jean Kilczer

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