UPDATE NEW MOON RISING

January 31, 2011 at 5:07 pm Leave a comment

My novel, New Moon Rising, is now available as an e-book, and soon in paperback.
For those who have enjoyed my poems and short stories, you’re sure to enjoy this book.

Here is the release promo.

Subject: January 29, 2011 Releases from Melange Books, LLC

Vol. 1, Issue 5, January 29, 2011

Welcome to Melange Books, LLC

Hello Readers,

If you like romance, adventure, science fiction and fantasy, we’ve got some excellent, entertaining novels we’re releasing today. Praxton 3 by N. S. Howard is filled with lust, love, and kink that will leave you sitting on the edge of your seat, wanting more when it ends. A Ranger’s Tale by Mysti Parker, is fantasy at its best. Delve into the unusual world of Tallenmere. I guarantee you will fall in love with the characters. Guardian2632 by Nora Weston, is an adventure tale, filled with action, time-travel and suspense. Hot Days Anthology by T. D. Jones tells two very different stories; one filled with sweetness and joy, the other a fun, sexy little romp with a cocky town sheriff that will make you smile—maybe even laugh. Kiss the Magic Mountain by Eric Ellert is a riveting WWII novel that leaves you feeling both happy and sad—an excellent depiction of what happened to the lives of so many after Pearl Harbor. New Moon Rising is a catastrophic story that will make your heart pound—and even think that the creation of a second moon is possible. Enjoy!

–Nancy Schumacher, Publisher, Melange Books

New Moon Rising

By Walt Trizna

The Pacific Plate is one of the most geological active areas in the world, and the site of nearly constant volcanic and earthquake activity. The Ring of Fire, in the Pacific Ocean, will soon escalate its impact on mankind. Two brothers, one a geologist, and one a surfer are at the center of an event that will change the Earth, forever.

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EXCERPT

New Moon Rising

By Walt Trizna

Prologue

In countries bordering the Pacific, needles on seismic charts formed tiny squiggles, and then moved violently side to side. Moments later, the machines themselves began to move, fell from shelves as the over buildings that housed them crumbled.

Wade Randall stood on a hillside. He looked to where the Golden Gate Bridge once stood and surveyed the destruction. As far as he could see, columns of smoke issued from devastated buildings. People who survived wandered around in shock and horror. The world they once knew had come to an end. The piers of San Francisco no longer jutted into the ocean; they now stood in mud. The shore, once close, was now distant.

“God help the world,” Wade said to himself, “the prediction came true.” It had been two years since events put into motion this cataclysm.

Wade thought about his family and friends, some now distant, and his heart ached wondering if they were still alive; wondering how many millions around the world had died.

The predicted event seemed impossible, even to him. Many chose not to heed the warning and many died. The irony was that in the history of life on Earth, the irregular cycles of destruction by asteroids were now accepted as fact. Everyone looked to the sky for the next cataclysmic event to visit Earth; no one expected that the next ruinous event, on a scale unknown to man, would come from beneath the sea.

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