This week, my wonderful efriends are helping me launch my latest prehistoric fiction novel, The Quest for Home.
Driven from her home. Stalked by enemies. Now her closest ally may be a traitor.
A few early reviews…
“A Quest for Home hits the ground running.” —C. Lee McKenzie, author of Not Guilty
“I can’t begin to imagine the hours of research, not to mention the actual writing time, that went into this wonderful gem of a story. I highly recommend this book. It’s a must read for those who love prehistoric fiction.” —Sandra Cox, author of ThunderTree
I’ll be visiting blogs September 16th-30th to chat about The Quest for Home. Some of the questions we’ll cover:
- How do you know these people are as smart as they seem?
- Their speech is too sophisticated.
- Convince me they can communicate as well as it sounds like they do with just gestures, hands, and facial movements.
- Could primitive man build rafts as suggested in this story?
- Was there really a giant upright primate like Giganto (Zvi’s friend)?
- What does ‘strong’ and ‘weak’ side mean?
- How did early man tell time?
- What does a ‘hand of Sun’s travel’ mean?
- Why are these characters so violent?
- I am not reading these books in order. Does it matter?
- Could Xhosa (the main character of The Quest for Home) really have traveled with a wolf companion?
- The Quest for Home hints at a spiritual side to man. Is that accurate?
- This is part of a series. What’s that about?
- How does the trilogy Dawn of Humanity tie into the trilogy Crossroads?
- What’s the relationship between Xhosa (and Homo erectus) and animals?
- What one characteristic would you say allowed Xhosa to survive in a world populated with Sabretooth cats, violent volcanoes, and predatory species who liked to eat man?
Here’s the schedule from September 16th-30th of who I’ll visit and the question number (from the list above) I’ll answer:
Enjoy the virtual homemade cookies and Arbuckles coffee!
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Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy, the Rowe-Delamagente thrillers, and the Man vs. Nature saga. She is also the author/editor of over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, adjunct professor of technology in education, blog webmaster, an Amazon Vine Voice, a columnist for NEA Today, and a freelance journalist on tech ed topics. Look for her next prehistoric fiction, Laws of Nature, Fall 2021. You can find her tech ed books at her publisher’s website, Structured Learning