From FVP Featured Author, Kennedy J Quinn to you… a gift. The first book in the amazing time travel adventure series, Miss Liv Adventures. Get your copy of The Unwitting Journeys of the Witty Miss Livingstone – Book I: Journey Key FREE! For a limited time only. Don’t miss out!!
FVP Featured Author, Sheri J Kennedy, is the guest blogger over at Jacqui Murray’s Word Dreams today, writing about Experimental Fiction. There’s also a 99 cent Kindle deal running on her book, Feeling Human, from the Reality with a Twist books series. Check it out! Part of the article and a preview of the book are below…
I’m honored to be here to share with you today. As I told our host, Jacqui Murray, I’m not an expert on Experimental fiction. I’m not certain anyone is, since it’s always changing. But I’m happy to illuminate some of the features of this unusual classification. I believe I’ve written an Experimental novel, and Jacqui asked if I might give you some tips on writing one. So, I’ll also share my writing process with you.
What is Experimental Fiction?
This genre is hard to define since its basic definition is it’s fictional writing that’s falls outside of current conventions and standard genres. But let’s consider some characteristics and examples to get a sense of what Experimental fiction is all about. READ MORE…
Martian Red Blood
Jason Furbach of the Boston Police Department is asked to investigate an auto accident resulting in the death of the CEO of an interplanetary shipping company. But his investigation soon leads to the first manned base on Mars where a murder has taken place– and the two deaths appear to be related.
An astronaut dies on Moon Base One and FBI detective Jason Furbach is sent to the Moon to investigate. But he soon learns that his wife and children back on Earth will be killed unless he lies about what he has discovered.
Hooray! A new publication from FVP Featured Author, Victoria Bastedo.
Anythm Quest, is a two novel collection under one cover. Otterby’s Child and The Mere’s Crown are parts one and two of an Aquatic Fantasy, not to be missed!
Anthym was 14, filthy, and the ninth son of the ninth son of the ninth son. Kye had been searching for him since the lad was 3 days old. This teen had a destiny to fulfill, and Kye intended to see he did it, even if he had to drag him in. Despite his team being force-fed a diet of undersea danger, nothing mattered to Kye more than saving the city of Moonlight. At least when the journey started…
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Through the Cracks is officially launched! This new novel from FVP’s Featured Author, Sheri J. Kennedy is a rich and honest relationship story with a good measure of mystery and a bit of a supernatural element. It’s also the story of three women that fall within a wide age span, so it carries a three-generation view of life and friendship, fear and trust, and growing into who you are. Get your copy today! CLICK HERE
THE BLURB: A Story of Friendship and Light… Lydia has been in dark places, and she still feels alone. So when she hears the old shopkeeper next door weeping, her heart goes out to her. She’s shocked when the rest of her follows! She falls through the still-locked door of the peculiar shop and into a new level of trouble but also finds a remarkable glimmer of hope. It feels amazing to help someone, but is this actually happening? Maybe she’s losing it again. Either way, her mom’s going to freak out.
It’s not too late… You can watch the PowerPoint and hear the Authors’ readings and the Artist’s discussions of The Lost Train Anthology, On-Demand at this link: https://kcls.zoom.us/rec/share/Jvannvxy_vj8s6_MO4oruUmsuRj0XYRny0fG2dSc79b4l4IqAK9Jx0qBvn04w84T.OJYrlfyw7yfWdSVm?startTime=1638412228000
Valley Reads, The Lost Train Zoom program is tonight!! Feel free to join us 6:30 – 8pm PST, Wednesday, December 1st to hear readings by Pacific NW Authors and Chats by PNW Artists about their works that appear in this Special Co-op Anthology. Click this link to join from anywhere: https://kcls.zoom.us/j/87899556649?pwd=VHdMVFJNK2kvNnRlTW5UdGxmWlZtZz09
FVP is so excited to be spotlighted by KCLS in the Valley Reads program sponsored by Friends of the North Bend Library. Sign up now for your free copy of The Lost Train Anthology for pick-up at the Library if you’re local. And if you’re further away, sign up from anywhere in the world and join us via Zoom on Dec. 1st at 6:30pm PST to hear Readings by the Authors and chats with the Artists. We’ll have time for Q&A from Readers, too. Meet the people behind the book and discover the inspiration behind this Snoqualmie Valley Anthology Project that brought Authors and Artists together!
On August 18, 2021 Author, Jeffrey Cook passed away at his home in Maple Valley, WA. Our hearts break to lose this amazing friend and colleague. Jeffrey Cook has contributed an immeasurable wealth of time, knowledge and encouragement to FVP Books and its authors and patrons. His quiet strength and positive energy seemed boundless, and he always had a kind word to share along with his captivating stories and excellent books. Jeff, you will be sorely missed. Thank you for the wonderful gifts you’ve given us all. We’ll carry them forward and treasure your memory always.