After much writing, editing and general agonizing, I have finished the first book in my new trilogy, Joan the Made. This young adult series is set in the near-future, and follows Joan Fasces after she discovers that she cloned from of one of history’s greatest heroines—Joan of Arc. (Check out the full description of my novel below.)
I’ve decided to try to publish Joan the Made using the Kindle Scout program. Kindle Scout is reader-powered publishing for new, never-before-published books. It’s a place where readers help decide if a book gets published. The books that receive the most votes are published by Kindle Press.
Please vote for Joan the Made here. You will receive a FREE copy of my book if it is selected.
On Joan Fasces’ eighteenth birthday, she discovers that she is cloned from the famous Joan of Arc. But being cloned in America comes at a steep price. Segregated and oppressed, clones are forced to act as docile servants to the rest of the Evolved population.
Joan can either run from her fate and spend the rest of her life in hiding, or she can join a Throwback rebellion populated by clones of the greatest leaders in world history.
wow. Even if you don’t win the Scout contest, I’m going to have to get this book. I love the premise!
Thank you! And even if I don’t win, I will self publish. And YOU are welcome to a free copy regardless – just email me through my site!
Free Books are always appreciated!
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I was so excited to see that Joan the Made was selected through Scout!! I was one of the ones who thought the premise was amazing and voted. I didn’t realize it was you and that I have several of your other books. I try not to look at who the author is before I make my decisions. And, by the way, in addition to my free copy, I’ll be buying one too–of course, it will go to a friend, but I want you to earn every penny for that book!
Thank you for your comment! I am so grateful for your support. I look forward to hearing what you think of the story. 🙂