Friday, January 24, 2014

"Shifters" by Douglas Pershing & Angelia Pershing - PROMO & GIVEAWAY!!!

The Ordinaries of the lost colony—Earth—are about to encounter something that will change their world forever.

After discovering that they are not only adopted, but from another planet and gifted with abilities far beyond their imagination, brother and sister, Tanner and Ryland, are forced to flee from authorities, both human and alien. In doing so they must learn who they are, discover where they came from, and fulfill a disturbing prophesy.

When a secret organization within the FBI specializing in the extermination of alien life on earth, claim that Tanner and Ryland are fugitives and terrorists, their family and friends are thrust into a conflict they never knew existed, fighting for a people who are ungrateful for their help and facing foes that are powerful beyond imagination.
While running from the authorities with their mysterious new friend, Kai, Tanner and Ryland must determine who their real enemies are before it's too late. Before the world—our world—is lost.

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Angelia Pershing was always an imaginative child, creating games for her brother and cousins to play, and, when she grew too old for make believe games, she discovered writing as a way to channel that imagination. After finishing high school, Angelia studied English literature in college. She graduated in 2011 from Texas Woman's University with a Bachelors of Arts in English and a minor in Education, and became a high school English teacher. She currently teaches ninth and tenth graders, hoping to inspire the next group of young writers. She lives outside of Dallas, Texas, is looking forward to her wedding with her fiancé, John, and enjoys spending time with her cat, Mitten.

Douglas Pershing was born and raised in Oregon. Having spent his early childhood in Seaside and later splitting his high school years between Hillsboro, Portland, and finally finishing up in Eugene--needless to say--he has seen a lot of Oregon. Ironically, growing up, he was never much of a reader. After taking some creative writing classes in college he discovered that he had stories to tell--Who knew?
Having spent his career in the tech industry he found himself moving his wife, Tamy, his daughter, Angelia, and his son, Cory to Texas. After nine years in the Dallas area (DeSoto and Celina), his family made many lifelong friends--Go Bobcats!
Douglas now resides in the suburbs of Phoenix Arizona with his wife and son. Although the northwest life didn't prepare him and his family for the desert heat or the unexpected haboob's (that is an actual word: Google it) of the monsoon season, the family has settled into a nice life with good friends.
Douglas enjoys movies, reading, painting, and playing guitar when he is not writing. What he does not enjoy are scorpions and stepping in water with clean socks.

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