Kate Greene of Earth is available as a free download this weekend (myBook.to/KateGreene) This sequel to "Daniel and Kate" primarily focuses on acceptance as Kate struggles to find her place on Earth. The last planet she ever expected to live on. Overall, this is a bit more of a light-hearted book with quite a bit of humor throughout it. In the snippet below, Daniel and Kate reveal her true identity to a select gathering of their closest friends.
Kate chuckled slightly, heads turned back and forth in confusion so Kate obediently took off her glasses, set then quietly on the coffee table, and said “I’m not from around here...” She proceeded to blink at the group with two shiny black eyes where normal human eyes should be plus three smaller shiny black eyes above them on each side of her face where normal humans only have eyebrows.
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Welcome to this edition of Words For Thought , the blog on wordrefiner.com . Like many of the previous blogs we are looking at homophones.
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Periodically, ForeignCorrespondent participates in virtual book tours that allow authors to showcase their books to a broader audience. Today I am hosting fellow RRBC/RWISA author