In June 2014, Visionary Fiction Author Michelle Gordon will be releasing her newly created Visionary Collection, which includes her latest novel, I’m Here. The other titles in the collection are Heaven dot com, The Doorway to PAM and The Elphite. They are fictional stories about alternate dimensions, parallel universes and life after death, with the universal theme of love running throughout.
She recently revealed the new covers for the collection, along with her plan to get them out into the world.
Instead of launching I’m Here with a blog tour, giveaway, street teams or a book launch, Michelle has decided to create a mixture of all those things, and has created the I’m Here Book Tour.
For a limited time, for promotion, I am offering free Amazon Kindle Ebooks of my novel The Beautiful, Winged Madness. To get one, visit my contact page and leave me your name, personal email address, and a note requesting it in the feedback box that appears on the page. All I am asking in return is if you like the book, or any part of it, please give it a positive customer review at its book page on Amazon.
If you don’t have a Kindle device, you can download from Amazon a free Kindle app to use on your computer or device.
About the book
The Beautiful, Winged Madness is a state both inspired and mad where one discovers sublime truths and terrifying illusions. It is the domain of Guy, a poet and a painter, and Anna, a performance artist who often wears personas–metaphorical costumes. In present-day Los Angeles, the two artists confront love and pain, beauty and terror, visions and madness, death and rebirth, and the raptures of flesh and spirit in a unique story that takes the reader on an extraordinary odyssey.
Now available for free at Amazon from March 6th – March 7th!
What would you do if you could relive your life over again?
Damon 1300-333-1M will get to answer that question eight times in Eleni Papanou’s debut visionary fiction novel, Unison.
Illness has been eradicated in Unity thanks to a healing implant, and criminals are cured with virtual reality therapy. In this seemingly idyllic community, Damon is condemned to relive his life until he uncovers a suppressed memory. Attempting to help him remember his clouded past is a woman who communicates with him in visions and dreams, but a frightening premonition keeps diverting Damon to a cabin where a dangerous encounter leads to his friend’s death. The tragedy will play out for lifetimes to come and open Damon’s eyes to the truth about Unity and himself. To break the endless cycle of his life, Damon must confront his darkest fears and unveil a memory that’s too painful to remember. Only then can he discover an even more profound truth that expands beyond his mind and the Universe.
What critics are saying:
Unison is written for the science fiction reader. Eleni Papanou presents the story in a believable way with characters that are strong and well defined. The last chapter of the book does a great job of answering all of the readers’ questions and it also includes a great ending that I didn’t see coming. If you are a science fiction fan then I recommend you pick up a copy of “Unison” – Reader’s Favorite