Her paranormal romance The Lady in the Painting due to be released in December 2010.
Her sequel to this novel: The Revolution of 2060 and the prequel, The Shifters of 2040 will be released in 2011/2012.
Thanks to Paula for having me on today, and to you for joining me as I celebrate the
The Hunted of 2060 by Ami Blackwelder!
Watch The Hunted of 2060 video at uTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0wBlTN9U0w
The Hunted of 2060 is an original, dark, and unpredictable sci-fi romance.
2060. Three Lovers. Two Species. One Way to Survive.
Set in Alaska in 2060, when April enters her Sophomore year at University, she thought Robert might be the love of her life, but as she discovers, she is hiding something inside her, something the rest of the world believes to have died out. She struggles with who she was and who she is becoming as she learns of a family she never knew existed and of enemies she will have to outrun, outfight or outwit to survive. As April embraces her new identity, will she have to leave the life she loves behind?
With underlining themes of animal/wildlife conservation, and how prejudice breaks human connections, this novel which has received rave reviews will leave the reader flipping through the pages of April’s story.
Learn more about the author at http://amiblackwelder.com
Questions for readers:
What ways is a chasm forming between humanity and wildlife?
How could this disconnect be restored?
What are some examples of prejudice you have seen in your life?
Have you ever been a victim of prejudice?
What ways could humanity work to rebuild the bridges between cultures and ethnicities?
Praise for the Hunted of 2060:
‘I have read enough to see that you have a fine story here, Ami. I skipped a couple of chapters, but still found the whole thing very interesting. The way you have spread the story out is very good, as a book, I think you have the makings of a good seller here.’ - Fromante
‘This is a very well structured piece of writing. I very much like how you create
the opening atmosphere using a good range of strong sensory descriptions. Very powerful! Also what is very good is the suspense you build by what you don’t tell. this sets up the storyline so very well. You build a very credible character in April. Great narrative, great dialogue, great book!’ - Famlavan
‘The pitch is great and the writing solid. The imagery is touchable with fluid
narrative. The secret is well revealed and I liked the fact it came as a surprise to the character too. You can almost feel there is another world shivering in the background waiting to pounce.’ - Owen Quinn
‘Wow. This is a good story. I like the way you hint in chapter one that something big is wrong with April but then take your time revealing that - makes this a suspenseful read. It also makes April a sympathetic character, because she's as in the dark as much as your reader in the beginning. Well done.’ - Burgio
‘Such an interesting idea! That and you've set it in an amazing location. You write very well and I really love your style. It drew me in right away. I find the changes coming over April very intriguing, it makes me want to read on and find out what is happening. All the little details of life in this future world seem real too; so good job with your descriptions. I really enjoyed this.’ -Missy
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