Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Book excerpt for paranormal thriller novel Joe by H.D. Gordon

The spotlight is shining on Joe (The Joe Knowe Series, Book One) by H.D. Gordon today.

H.D. is the bestselling author of The Alexa Montgomery Saga, The Joe Knowe Series, and The Surah Stormsong Novels. She is a lifelong reader and writer; a true lover of words. A mother, a self-proclaimed philosopher, and a wordsmith, H.D. is twenty-five years old and lives in the northeastern United States.

During her virtual book tour with Goddess Fish Promotions, H.D. will be awarding a signed paperback of Joe (US only -- digital copy substituted for international winners) and $15 Amazon gift card to a randomly drawn winner. To be entered for a chance to win, use the form below. To increase your chances of winning, feel free to visit other tour stops, and enter there, too!

Blurb:
A psychopath planning a massacre. A stuttering young girl with disturbing visions of the future. Six ordinary people who will all be in the line of fire come the day of the disaster.

Joe Knowe is not a boy. She is twenty-one years old, and she sees things before they happen; bad things, and the worst thing she has ever faced is just around the corner. A madman is going to shoot up the college Joe attends. The trouble is, her gift is stingy on the details she needs to divert the impending tragedy. Now, Joe has four days to figure out the mystery and save the lives of many.

From the author of The Alexa Montgomery Saga comes a tense tale that glimpses the mind of a genuine psychopath, follows an unlikely hero, and explores real-life terror in a race against time that will leave the reader breathless.


Excerpt:
“But it had been big. It had been a life-changing, rapid moment that had altered the little raven-haired girl forever. For better or worse, it was one of the moments that had made her into the person she was today, permanently changed her outlook on life and wiped away the moisture behind her young ears.

She had been only twelve years old. The backs of her ears should have stayed wet for a while yet, like most twelve year old’s do. But her greenness had been swept away nonetheless, and there was nothing she could do about it.

And it wasn’t fair.

But that’s life, baby, and that shit ain’t always fair.”

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6 comments:

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

H. D. Gordon said...

Thank you!! Xoxo

Midu Hadi said...

The excerpt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Elena said...

I like the excerpt

Mary Preston said...

An interesting excerpt.

bn100 said...

Interesting blurb