What the title says. If you enjoyed Mimi of the Nowhere, or just want to check out another great entry to the series, check out Book 2 of the Chronicles of the Great Migration, Completely Free on Kobo books until June 16th.
The Children of Gaia won’t stop until every last walking city is destroyed…
The city of Langeles is rubble, resources are dwindling, and storm systems are larger than ever before. The people of Manhatsten are in great danger, and they don’t even know it yet.
Life in the city hasn’t changed much in the forty years since Mimi joined her telepathic sisters of The Order of the Eye, but the winds of change are blowing, and their enemy, the Children of Gaia wait in the shadows to turn the city to ash. At the center of it all is one man, a man as ancient as the city of Manhatsten itself, a man designated Runner 17. A man who is more then he knows, and maybe the only one who can save the city and the rest of humanity.
I am so happy to announce that the artwork for the paperback of my fourth novel ‘Serah of the Runners‘ is complete! Serah of the Runners is the fourth installment of my dystopian sci-fi series, The Chronicles of the Great Migration. Book 4 will arrive July 17.
Serah of the Runners
Book 4 in the Chronicles of the Great Migration
Manhatsten is in chaos, and the city AI has vanished.
The battle for Langeles is over, and it’s clear nothing will ever be the same. Security forces are
scattered, the Runnercore is gone, and many are missing in the aftermath of the
battle. In the streets, the Lowers are
organizing, and rebellion is spreading. The city is on the verge of tearing
It’s up to Serah, to find the few that remain of the Order
of the Eye and discover a way to unite the city before Miranda and the Recycled
return to finish what they started.
But from afar someone is watching Manhatsten, a force older
than the city itself.
The world has become a strange place after climate change. Giant walking cities roam the landscape evading deadly storms and searching for resources. Immortality is available for the right price, and an ancient conflict is stirring in the heart of the city of Manhatsten.
In this world, there are things worse than death. Mimi, a homeless woman from nowhere, knows all too well what that means.
She thought she was unique, that there were no other telepaths. She was wrong.
Soon, she finds herself in the center of a conflict that has raged since the cities took their first steps over a thousand years ago. But this time, there might be no escape. This time, the city might just recycle her.
Sometimes you run across people who inspire you, who give you pause, who lift everyone else up around them and leave you wondering about what you think and know. I have been fortunate to have a friend in my life like that recently. This is for her.
It’s been a long time coming, but the audiobook of Mimi of the Nowhere has finally begun its post-production. I do not have an exact date right now for release but it should be no later than April 2019.
A few weeks back I was interviewed for the podcast series, The Library at the End of the World. It is a podcast series that focuses both on survivalism and on Dystopian authors. I am featured this week on episode 67 of the series where I talk about both, Mimi of the Nowhere and why it seems that humans are particularly attracted to dystopian literature. At the end, you also get survival tips from the host.