Sunday, March 13, 2011

Invisible Dawn

Invisible Dawn is the first book of the Altered Realities series and the debut novel of Weston Kincade.

To keep a promise and save his long-lost goddaughter, Madelin, computer programmer Jedd Altran sacrificed everything, including his wife and newborn son. Now, they must pass through worlds far different than their own to escape the clutches of government killers.

In a world where rare individuals have evolved, the government kidnaps specific children to study and utilize their abilities. Madelin has been imprisoned in such a facility for thirteen years and suffers from medically induced amnesia. Facing a hopeless future, haunted dreams, and an invisible past, each morning is an Invisible Dawn and life holds no meaning, until she meets Jedd. Her newly discovered godfather becomes her beacon in tumultuous seas as they strive to find answers and allies.

On the run from PASTOR Agency’s first trained shifter, an egotistical man with power hungry desires, Madelin and her godfather find their lives intertwined with a broke Cajun gambler, an ex-mercenary in search of redemption, and a rebellious Vampire.

Can they survive nature's mysteries and humanity’s greed? Will they find salvation? Only a Darwinian victory will do, but even that may prove futile.


Weston Kincade will soon release "Invisible Dawn" for Kindle, Nook, and other ereaders. Check back soon for details and upcoming chances to win your very own free copy of "Invisible Dawn". To watch its editorial progress, feel free to check out the book on authonomy.com by clicking here,  Invisible Dawn.

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In addition, be on the lookout for his second novel, A Life of Death, coming in the next few months. A paranormal coming-of-age story about one boy's pain and hardship endured in a small Virginia town.

Losing a father and growing up with an abusive, drunk replacement is hard enough, but when you hardly knew the first because of his constant military deployment, it alters your perspective. As a seventeen-year-old high school senior, Alex Drummond learns the value of family and the meaning of dedication the hard way, but reliving people's horrendous murders does have its upsides. Join him as he struggles to find his destiny, understand love, and discover what really happened to his father and the skeletons hiding within his small home town. Check back later for further updates.

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