Monday, December 13, 2010

Tonight on Blog Talk Radio, & Giveaway #2 - A DIFFERENT YESTERDAY

Tonight on Other Worlds of Romance on Blog Talk Radio, I will be reading from my newest release A DIFFERENT YESTERDAY, an erotic sci-fi romance novel from Whiskey Creek Press.  I will give away a copy of this book to one lucky listener, so don't miss it!  Showtime begins at 11 pm et/10 pm ct!


It's the 12 Giveaway Days of Christmas #2!

If you would like a chance to win a PDF e-copy of this book, just post to the blog! Winner will be announced tomorrow, as well as the next book I'll be giving away.

Good luck!
Erotic Sci-Fi/Apocalyptic/Futuristic Romance Novel
Whiskey Creek Press Torrid
(ebook) ISBN# 978-1-60313-841-3
(also available in print)
Word Count: 66.8K

The Apocalypse.

It didn't come because of man's inhumanity to man. It didn't come from bombs, or plague, or even from aliens descending from outer space. In fact, no one knows what triggered it. And even if they did, there was no way to turn back time.

Only one thing was certain. One evening the sun had grown unexpectedly bigger and hotter, and heat and radiation unlike anything ever experienced washed over the Earth, bathing it in searing rays that devoured over three-quarters of the world's population.

Now the sun is smaller, and it doesn't radiate as much heat as it used to. The world is colder. Food is scarce, and people are fighting to stay alive.

Andrew Michael Tollson, aka "The Silent Wraith", was a man who roamed from settlement to outpost to city, offering his protection from scavengers and renegades. Years ago, right before the sun had exploded, when he had been a boy growing up in a small Texas town, he had felt his first crush for the little tomboy he knew as Jo. Now, as a grown man, he has finally made his way back to his boyhood home to see if Jo is still alive, or if she has been a victim of the Apocalypse. He has to know if the dreams and memories he has harbored were mere fantasies, or if the infatuation he'd felt then has grown into something else, something stronger and more tangible.

JoBeth Wythe was a member of The Triad, three leaders who protected their little settlement, and tried to recall the carefree days before the Apocalypse. All they wanted was the chance at a decent life, with enough food, some shared warmth, and a little hope for the future. She had never forgotten the pudgy little kid who had followed her around when she was growing up, the little boy she called Mikey. Every time she thought of him, it only brought back pain and a wistfulness for a past that no longer existed.

For Drew and Jo, it was only a matter of time before they would be reunited to fight together. To survive together. And to discover that the innocent kisses they had shared as children had grown into a love that would overwhelm them with desire.

Warning! Contains permanent extreme cold, love everlasting, survivalists, separation, a legend in the making, a brutal mass murder, childhood friends to lovers, and the end of the world as we know it.


lindseye said...

I like the description of this book. Want to know how this version of the end of the world plays out.

Babyblue22 said...

I love the was this story sounds!
They really have a battle ahead of them.


UteH said...

I like the description.

I don't know why, but this reminds me of the story where you can go to the end of the world for a vacation, but it's different any time - can't recall the title or the author.
But I must have read it for the first time over 25 years ago.

felinewyvern said...

I like the sound of this book. Wondering how it all plays out.

Anonymous said...

Looks like an interesting book. I'm certainly hooked and want to know more.

in Germany

She said...

Wow! A Different Yesterday sounds good.

Judy said...

Something I would enjoy, really looks good!!

Debby said...

I wish I could go to a blog talk but theya re too late for me. iget up early. Books sound wonderful
debby236 at att dot net

Fedora said...

Ooh, how wonderful, Linda! Thanks for the reminder about this title!

Unknown said...

I would LOVE to have this book! Especially since my name is the main character - Jo!!

Tiffany K said...

This sounds really good. The little preview that you posted, definitely makes me want to read more.

Linda Mooney said...

Congratulations, Valerie in Germany! You have won a copy of A DIFFRERENT YESTERDAY! Email me at Linda(at)LindaMooney(dot)com so I can send it to you!

Thanks to everyone who posted!

There's more to come!