Now I digress :-)
Roland Yeomans is dedicated to life and living. In his own words:
"As for myself, I am a former English teacher and counselor, now a rare blood courier. When my mother contracted cancer, I started my own book store to be with her and help her. When she died, I became a rare blood courier."
Is that dedication or what?!?
He maintains Writing In The Crosshairs, a great blog by the way, and is author to several selections.
The one I want to mention is Last Exit to Babylon.
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Here's the description from Amazon: The Twilight of the Gods has begun. DayStar, the scion of Eternal Night has won. Fallen, the Last Fae, lies ensnared in a mystic coma. Kirika, the Living Sun, is dissolving in the River Lethe. And Blake Adamson, the clone of the Nazarene, wanders lost along the shores of Oblivion.
But not for long. Fallen has survived as the Last Fae by her courage and fire. It takes her to the fabled Last Exit to Babylon. And Kirika, the Living Sun, fights the hordes of Darkness by her side.
And Blake? He will win his way to their side even if it means loosing the dread Wolf of Ragnarok, Fenris, and unraveling all of existence in the bargain.
At the dawn of the End of All Things, there is no hope ... but love.
You want to know something? It gets even better with this novel. Remember I mentioned he has a dedication to life and living? Well, 100%--did you catch that---100% of the royalties of this book will go to The Salvation Army, the charity with a kettle and a bell and programs that have turned around the lives of countless, maybe even someone you know.
Last Exit to Babylon is a stand-alone novel, a continuation of a storyline from his Love Like Death trilogy. He was kind enough to provide us with a book trailer for this trilogy.
So I'm curious, are you aware of another author doing something special with their writing, perhaps supporting a special cause? If so, please share in the comments. And thanks, Roland, for letting me share your story today.