Saturday, February 16, 2019

Hurray, Nick Wilford's Newest Book is Out!

Title: Corruption
Author: Nick Wilford
Genre: YA dystopian Series: Black & White Series #: 2 of 3
Release date: 11th February 2019
Publisher: Superstar Peanut Publishing
Blurb:
Wellesbury Noon and Ezmerelda Dontible have found themselves in a position where they can make their native land somewhere that lives up to its name: Harmonia. However, they’re setting their sights further afield for their number one task: eradicating the disease that has plagued the neighbouring country of Loretania for generations and allowed the privileged Harmonians to live in a sterile environment.

After dispatching a team of scientists to Loretania, armed with cratefuls of an antidote and vaccine and headed up by their friend, Dr George Tindleson, Welles, Ez, and Welles’s brother Mal – who grew up in that benighted nation – start to worry when they hear nothing back, despite what they had agreed. Commandeering a fishing boat to follow the science team over the sea, they soon find that, while the disease may be on the way out, a new kind of infection has set in – the corruption they thought they had stamped out in Harmonia.

Can they get to the root of the problem and eliminate it before even more damage is done to an innocent people?

*** Warning – this book contains themes that some sensitive readers may find upsetting. ***

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Meet the author:
Nick Wilford is a writer and stay-at-home dad. Once a journalist, he now makes use of those early morning times when the house is quiet to explore the realms of fiction, with a little freelance editing and formatting thrown in. When not working he can usually be found spending time with his family or cleaning something. He has four short stories published in Writer’s Muse magazine. Nick is also the editor of Overcoming Adversity: An Anthology for Andrew. Visit him at his blog or connect with him on Twitter, GoodreadsFacebook, or Amazon.

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I hope to post a review of the book soon. Nick Wilford is a gifted writer.

Doesn’t he have an award winning smile?

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20 comments:

  1. Cute as a button. Oh my gosh....I have TONS of books to get rid of that mom had although she has not been reading in several yrs. Saving the mysteries for my aunt and trying to see if I can sell some of these books. WOW....so many.

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    1. Decided to give them away to friend that like holding a book in their hands, feeling the pages and smelling the paper and of course....my fave....THE INK.

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  2. Sounds like a good read. I love the race to get something done that will change things for the good.

    Have a fabulous weekend, Darla. ♥

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  3. Nice review. Not my style of book though. I prefer memoir and once in a while a cozy mystery with cats in it :)

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  5. Strayer - Thanks! My smile is normally hideous in photos. This was a professional shot taken on a cruise. Glad I didn't mess it up too much!

    Pam - I don't think you can ever have too many books.

    Sandee - Thanks!

    Pilch - You never know, I might pen a cozy mystery one day!

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    1. I doubt you could ever look hideous. ~grin~ Best wishes on the book's success!

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  6. If only people weren't so shady, but then there would be no story!

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    1. True. But don't you wish they were only in fiction? ~sigh~ Thanks for visiting.

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  7. Best wishes, Nick. I'm looking forward to reading this.

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  8. Sounds like an intriguing story. I have been seeing it everywhere. Wishing Nick the best of luck!
    ~Jess

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