Wednesday, May 14, 2014

I Almost Forgot - e-Festival of Words

The eFestival of Words is hosted by Bards and Sages Publishing.

eFestival of Words Virtual Book Fair

eFestival of Words Virtual Book Fair and Host of the Best of the Independent eBook Awards
'The Emissary - Horsewomen of the Zombie Apocalypse' has been nominated for Best Novella. This link goes to my Amazon author page because two more books in the series are due out in the fall of 2014.

I am eternally grateful for the nomination. I've been working very hard on the next three books in the series.

Currently The Emissary the e-book is free on Smashwords. That link goes to the series page, so you can see all the books in the series.

Paperbacks...those might be ready for Christmas 2015. I'm not sure about 2014. Depends on finances. I may have to go to Kickstart. If so I'll update this page.

I feel the best way to introduce the series is by posting the blurb.

Can four women and six horses make it 100 miles and arrive alive? In a world where the muerto viviente - walking dead -- prowl, Bethany McLeod must take her sisters Alexis, Dani and Julie cross-country to Fort Chatten, Kentucky, a journey of 100 miles.

It's just three years since the Zombie Apocalypse. The McLeod and Davidson's clans survive in a world where the muerto viviente - walking dead - infest the cities and towns.

Alexis McLeod is a healer, eager to prove herself. She volunteers to travel to Fort Chatten, the home of the Davidson clan. Led by Bethany, the four sisters risk their lives to help Clan Davidson.

Armed to the teeth, the sisters are horse archers, light cavalry, quick enough to avoid the muerto.

Militia, marauders and mad-men abound, the stinking dead walk the land, eating everything in their path.

But what will they find if they get to Fort Chatten?

This story is suitable for all ages. 

The Horsewomen of the Zombie Apocalypse - Smashwords
K. A. Jordan - Amazon US Author Page
K. A Jordan - Amazon UK Author Page
The Emissary - Horsewomen of the Zombie Apocalypse - B&N

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