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Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Readers And Writers Alert: Stormrider Now in Paperback
Today is a day of shameless self promotion.
Well, who hasn't done it? So proud of what you accomplished you just want to share it with the world.
So I am.
I'm a writer after all. I get excited about writing and reading and publishing and editing...well you know.
So today I announce my book, STORMRIDER, originally available in Ebook format is now available in paperback format as well with plans to bring an audio version out by the end of summer.
I'm collecting, enjoying and am very grateful for the 5 star reviews. Here are what people who've read Stormrider are saying:
If you are a science
fiction/fantasy fan, then this page-turner with keep you enthralled. The
multi-talented Peggy Bechko has once again taken the reading world by storm; no
pun intended, with her release of Stormrider. Previously only available as an
eBook, the new format and layout does justice to a story line that will hold
you in suspense until the very last page. The journey and adventure of her
young character Janissary keeps you rooting for her every step of the way until
the final, exciting conclusion. A must have summer time read. Add it to your
This is a tightly woven
tale of adventure, goodwill and savagery. Beyond the classic story of good
versus evil, there is the conflict between the call of duty and the call of
conscience. No one is perfectly good or evil, but within each of us are seeds
of both good and evil. Stormrider details the internal tug of war experienced
by two very different protagonists as they find their way in a strange, yet
The conclusion of the story is of secondary interest. It is the journey and
evolution of the characters that tells the tale.
Page 1 and I'm already
drawn in (excitedly so). But, isn't that how good (great) fiction writing is
supposed to be?! I can't tell you how quickly and easily (and I'm not a fiction
reader) Miss Bechko drew me in - not only to the beautifully described
surroundings, but to feel (~deeply) for the main character, again on page one!
** "Once I started reading Stormrider I
couldn't put it down."
—John Cullum, Northern Exposure , Tony winning fame
AND, since you read all the way to the end of this post, I'll be delighted to send a paperback copy of Stormrider to the first person who posts a comment below - just post a comment and I'll contact you for a mailing address.