This week, my wonderful efriends are helping me launch my latest prehistoric fiction novel, Laws of Nature. Early reviews…
“Your best ever”–husby
“Did you use a ghost writer?” –prefers to remain anonymous
“…an epic prehistoric adventure… filled with a plethora of facts about prehistoric man. What they ate. How they hunted. How they communicated. And how they survived.” –Sandra Cox
I’ll be visiting blogs July 15-29 to chat about Laws of Nature.
Here’s the schedule of who I’ll visit when. It includes the blog, an article I’ve written about writing or Q&A about my book (from the list below):
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If the host posts Q&A, the question(s) will relate to the list below:
- You often say these people squat. Don’t they sit? (Staci Troilo)
- How did early man tell time? (Staci Troilo)
- How do they live without counting? (Staci Troilo)
- Can early man really run down their prey? (Norah Colvin)
- I didn’t think Homo habilis lived in caves. (Norah Colvin)
- Convince me these characters communicate effectively with gestures, body movements, and facial expressions. (Norah Colvin)
- Why do Lucy’s kind (and Xha’s) ignore their dead? (Grace Blair)
- What’s with the unusually bright star Lucy saw? (Grace Blair)
- What is Lucy’s relationship with animals? (Louise)
- Prehistoric fiction sounds boring. (Louise)
- The famous Lucy skeleton (found by Donald Johanson) was a 3.2 million year old Australopithecine, 1.5 million years older than this story. Why use that name? (Mae Clair)
Take time to browse the host’s blog. All of these folks are fellow writers, kindred spirits, and offer a great way to build your own community of motivated, involved authors.
Title and author: Laws of Nature
Editor: The extraordinary Anneli Purchase
Series: Book 2 in the Dawn of Humanity trilogy
Genre: Prehistoric fiction
Enjoy the virtual Oatmeal Raison cookies and Black Rifle coffee!
Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular prehistoric fiction saga, Man vs. Nature which explores seminal events in man’s evolution one trilogy at a time. She is also the author of the Rowe-Delamagente thrillers and Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy. Her non-fiction includes over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, reviews as an Amazon Vine Voice, a columnist for NEA Today, and a freelance journalist on tech ed topics. Look for her next prehistoric fiction, Natural Selection, Winter 2022.