FALLOUT

Welcome Harmony Kent on blog-tour for her new thriller!

Hi, everyone. Harmony here. Many thanks to Stephen for hosting me today. I have a new book on pre-order called FALLOUT, which is a post-apocalyptic dystopia. This novel started out life by playing a little game. I sat and closed my eyes and imagined an empty room … in that room, a vial appeared. A dull orange plastic thing covered in scratches. It sloshed when I shook it. From that tiny beginning, the world of Exxon 1 and its deadly virus was born.

Who stole John’s stuff from his hiding place?
What will they do with it?
What can he do now?

 

WHEN EVERYTHING FALLS APART, WHAT CAN YOU DO?

The year is 3040.

The location is Exxon 1, part of a six-planet system in settled space.

Determined to avoid the mistakes of old Earth, the surviving humans avoided democracy and opted, instead, for a non-elective totalitarian system.

The new way worked well, until now.

A crazy, despotic president releases a nano-virus on the population.

No one was ready for the fallout. It came anyway.

In this post-apocalyptic world, can you stay safe?

 

Excerpt

John stepped in. Disarray met his dismayed gaze. In his absence, someone had trashed his place. Had they found his hidden cubby? Suddenly frantic, he ignored the mess and dashed through to his study, which also boasted overturned furniture and smashed fittings.

Where blank wall should have deceived, much like the fake lab portal, a black hole glared at him, rimmed with tattered neostil. A great rage had impelled someone to work with determination to not only find his hiding place but to rip it open like this. It would have taken little for them to override the security mechanism once they’d found it.

Already despairing, nevertheless, he reached shaking fingers into the hole. As he’d expected, they found only grit and disappointment. Empty of his treasures, the compartment offered no clue as to the whereabouts of the drive or the folders filled with potential blackmail material.

Author Bio

 After spending around thirteen years as an ordained Buddhist monk, living in a Zen Buddhist temple, and six years after a life-changing injury following a surgical error, Harmony Kent returned to the world at the tender age of forty.

Now, she is famous for her laughter, and has made quite the name for herself … she’s also, um, a writer … and fairly well known for that too. She’s even won a few awards. Harmony lives in rural Cornwall with her ever-present sense of humour, adorable husband, and quirky neighbours.

Harmony is passionate about supporting her fellow authors.

 

Links

 

Website: https://harmonykent.co.uk/

Story Empire (co-authored): https://storyempirecom.wordpress.com/

Amazon Author Page: author.to/HarmonysBooks

Twitter: @harmony_kent

LinkedIn: Harmony

Goodreads: Author Page

FALLOUT Pre-order Link: mybook.to/FALLOUT

 

 

 

 

When Angels Fly

For Mary Banner

Hi, everyone. Harmony here. Many thanks to Mary for hosting me today. I have a new book on pre-order called FALLOUT, which is a post-apocalyptic dystopia. This novel started out life by playing a little game. I sat and closed my eyes and imagined an empty room … in that room, a vial appeared. A dull orange plastic thing covered in scratches. It sloshed when I shook it. From that tiny beginning, the world of Exxon 1 and its deadly virus was born.

Who should Priya take the vial to?

Who can she trust in this uncertain world?

Does it hold the only known cure or not?

FALLOUT Book Cover

Fallout Blurb

WHEN EVERYTHING FALLS APART, WHAT CAN YOU DO?

The year is 3040.

The location is Exxon 1, part of a six-planet system in settled space.

Determined to avoid the mistakes of old Earth, the surviving humans avoided democracy and opted, instead…

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