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CLOUDS – Same, But Different

      

What’s the same? Both books have the word “CLOUDS” in their titles, and the colors on the covers are very similar. Aimee Louise is on the cover of both books. What else is the same? The story of the US grid going down, and the farm becoming a refuge for neighbors and friends. And the villain? No change there either!

What’s different? THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS is a Young Adult Novel, with a focus on Aimee Louise and the other children.

The focus of DANGER IN THE CLOUDS is on Major Elliott and the other adults.

Same story; different perspectives.

Which should you read? Depends on which perspective appeals to you.

THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS

DANGER IN THE CLOUDS

psst. if you read both, let me know which one you prefer. And why, of course.

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THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS Featured on Amazon

THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS will be featured in an Amazon Countdown promotion November 5-13.
 
On November 5 at 11:00 AM EDT, the Kindle edition will be $3.99.
 
The Amazon Countdown promotion raises the price by a $1.00 every other day until November 13 at 3:00 AM when it reaches the regular Kindle edition price for THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS of $8.99.
 
And because THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS also does well in the UK, there is a similar promotion at the same time for my Over the Pond readers. I still think Amazon should have named it the Count Up promotion,
 
A reminder: If you have purchased the Kindle Unlimited subscription, you can borrow THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS for free as one of your ten books. If you buy a Kindle edition, it doesn’t count as one of your borrowed books.

 

The Girl Who Saw Clouds Five Stars

THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS on AMAZON

 

 

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Author Highlights ~ Misty Hayes

MG Hayes Author

About Misty Hayes

Misty Hayes has always had a thing for escaping headfirst into fantastical books, which is what led her to start writing her own adventures. As someone who has spent a long career in law enforcement, Misty has a love for strong female protagonists. She also directs short films and claims to have been bitten by the traveling bug (not to be mistaken for a radioactive spider).

When Misty isn’t filming or roaming the planet, or diving into another novel, she’s spending time at home in Texas with her myriad of nieces and nephews in tow.

The Blood Dagger Series is a high-octane Young Adult Paranormal trilogy.

Misty Hayes Author Page on Amazon

The Blood Dagger Series

 

Interview with Misty Hayes

Q. How would your 10-year-old self react to what you do?

A. I may be biased here, but I’d like to think that my ten-year-old self would be slack-jawed and wide-eyed—police officer and writer—I still feel extremely fortunate in being able to do both.

Q. What is your definition of success? 

A. That’s a great question, I guess if/when I get there I’ll be able to answer this question more thoroughly. Easy answer is—being happy with where I’m at in life at that particular moment. Sometimes it’s hard for me to enjoy the little moments like I should.

Q. What is a dream you have that you’ve yet to achieve? 

A. Having my book be turned into a major motion picture or TV show.

Q. If you see a puddle on the ground, do you walk around it or over it? 

A. Depends on how lazy I’m feeling at that particular time. I love to run in the rain, though… makes me feel like a kid again.

Q. What tips do you have for a new writer? 

A.  Don’t overthink your work; have faith in your characters and writing because in the end, you’re the only one who can bring them to life.