The Star Coin Prophecy – new book released

My short adventure novella, The Star Coin Prophecy is now available to buy from Smashwords in all major eBook formats.

Cover art for The Star Coin ProphecyWhen local science reporter Ruth Anders gets invited to a national press conference for the Kepler project, she knows it’s going to be a memorable experience. But nothing could prepare her the extraordinary events that take place. Attacked by aliens from another world and zapped through time and space by a mysterious device, her only hope of getting home, and getting her quiet, safe life back, is explorer and archaeologist Neil Bell.

When the time comes though, will Ruth really want to go back to her old life?

The Star Coin Prophecy is a short adventure in a massive world. From a newly discovered planet light years away to dark jungles and mysterious ruins, it asks the question; what if the Mayans were right about the end of the world? And who’s going to stop it?

Read part one on The Great Escape!


Part 2 of the story of the ebook’s creation has been a little delayed due to all the activity over on The Great Escape, and the issues I ranted about in part 1.5, but I should have the next installment up later this week, along with Kindle and Kobo store releases.  In the next article, I’ll be explaining about how I turned my story into an epub file using Sigil and also more about why I didn’t then use the created file to sell the book.

4 Replies to “The Star Coin Prophecy – new book released”

  1. Congratulatiuons on nearing the end of the project. Good luck with formatting for all the distribution channels, Chrissey – I hope the story does well for you.

    I’d be interested to see how the book fairs on Smashwords…

    1. Thanks TJ 🙂
      I’m going to push the promotion more once I have the other versions available.
      I’m still waiting to hear back from Smashwords about whether the formatting issues are avoidable.

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