The very talented producer Ann Bumbak has agreed to produce the unabridged audio version of Into the Yellow Zone.
Production has been completed and the book will be available the first week of September.
Narrated by Ann Bumbak, Time’s Anchor is now available for audio books. Ann is an author, trainer, and a keynote speaker in the law enforcement community. She has narrated more than half a dozen books.
WOW!!!! What a great short story…
on August 22, 2017
I didn’t know anything about this book when it was given to me…. but I am so glad it was…. This is a completely different take on time travel than anything I had ever seen before. Truthfully, I was not sure if it was going to end well or badly for Will and Ophelia, and I won’t give it away. But, a weird side-effect from a study at MIT causes those who participated to slide through time at random, disappearing at any time, and reappearing in the same place at some undetermined later time, with the subject remembering the old time line, and their spouses and everyone else only remembering the new changes caused by the time travel (“Glad you got a cat to keep you company while I am gone.” “We’ve had that cat for six years.”). I hope that this piques your interest, because this is a very entertaining story, told mostly from Ophelia’s point of view. You will not be disappointed (or will you? by the ending, I mean…).
Shelter-girl Isabella journeys into the dangerous Yellow Zone to find the one man who might save them all. But can her brother Luke catch her in time to save her from a deadly disease? Into the Yellow Zone is a thought provoking YA dystopian romance, set in a darkly riveting world that will appeal to fans of Marie Lu’s Legend.
Young Adult Science Fiction (Ages 15+), 2017
Kindle: US $0.99, UK £0.83, EU €0.83. FREE for Kindle Unlimited subscribers
Paperback on Amazon: US $10.99, UK £6.99, EU €9.99
Audible coming late summer 2017: Narrated by Ann Bumbak
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September 30-Oct 2, 2016: SCBWI-Carolina’s Writer’s Conference
The Power of Story took place in Charlotte, NC for three event-filled days. It featured editors, agents, and intensive workshops. I enjoyed meeting other author’s from my new region and as always, learning from the best!
July 2016: Into the Outside Audio book now available!
Available at Audible.com
February 2016: Goodreads Giveaway
Wow, we did amazing on our February Goodreads Giveaway! Into the Outside got 595 entries! We gave away ten signed First Edition copies to participants around the U.S. Thanks to everyone who participated, shared or tweeted! You rock!
Look for more giveaways in 2016.
October 5, 2015: PubaBook.com added us to their site.
October 3, 2015: Ripley’s Booklist reviewed and featured INTO THE OUTSIDE!
Ripley Patton is an American writer of fiction, and a student and purveyor of myth. She is in love with storytelling in all of its various forms, though with the speculative forms most of all and YA in particular. She has a fascination with such topics and themes as death, sex, gender, female empowerment, magic, science, paganism, and anything that makes her laugh.
September 21, 2015: BookDaily.com added us to their site.
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September 10, 2015: Indie Book Butler added us to their site.
They are an excellent resource for finding the best indie books, in all genres.
August 28, 2015:
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December 17, 2011: Bear Pond Books, Book Signing
Thank you to Bear Pond Books, Stowe Vermont for hosting this event. Bear Pond Books is a historic icon in the scenic town of Stowe, Vermont and it was an honor to be invited there for a day-long book signing. I was privileged to meet and chat with so many wonderful people adults and kids alike.
Watch the December 28, 2011 WCAX Channel 3 broadcast of Books Over Breakfast interview, where I introduced The Forgotten Isle to the local Vermont audience. I was a bit nervous, as this was my first television interview, but in the end it turned out to be a lot of fun! Henry was there with me, lending support from off camera.