Below is a list of the places you can find the Sphereshifters eBook(s). Currently there is one Sphereshifters eBook, but more planned. For a reference on release dates, a new one will be released every time there are 13 story sections(so approximately January, April, July, and October, give or take a month or so for formatting/editing).
Sphereshifters: Aleph (Story Arcs 1, 2) -
*Baker-Taylor is a eBook library, meaning that if your local library has an eBook borrowing program, they probably use Baker-Taylor to power it. This means that while I can’f offer you a definitive link for the book, you should be able to find the book at your local libraries website if they have an eBook borrowing program. If not, ask them if they can get it! They usually will stock a book if there are requests for it.
**Sony has received the book through Smashwords distribution but as of now(6/29/12) it is not currently on their site. It should be up soon, though.
I found this on another site and it looked fun, so I figured I’d try it out
This is the Lucky 7 challenge according to author Julia Kavan:
1. Go to page 7 or 77 in your current manuscript
2. Go to line 7
3. Post on your blog the next 7 lines, or sentences, as they are – no cheating
4. Tag 7 other authors to do the same
Skipping step 4, but oh well. And this is for the manuscript that I’m currently editing(my first novel). I might add others, depending.
After warming up, she decided to do rounds of sparring. Not only did she find it useful to know everyone’s strengths and weaknesses, but she really wanted to hit something. Excitement fueled her. She watched and allowed others to fight first, but when her own chance came she flattened her partner to the ground in less than ten seconds. It made her wish Kurtz was present so they could show them how things were done. Wishful thinking, yet it made her happy.
Satisfied with their performance, she dismissed everyone when they finished showing their skills. A lingering soldier on the outskirts of her training grounds approached as everyone left. She saluted them and smiled.
These are 7 lines from page 77, 7 lines from the top. (I’m not sure how I feel about this, it’s not that exciting of a part)