The 2012 eBook

An experiment in agile self-publishing

New book description for The 13th Cycle, courtesy of the Book Doctor

December7

New and improved book description, thanks to some suggestions by MeiLin, a.k.a. the book doctor. For $25, she gave me feedback and ideas for how to make a more compelling book blurb. Here’s the new description:

Amara Randall is a college student with a passion for exposing the truth. When she sees the havoc the Maya calendar predictions wreak, she decides to debunk the myths and try to restore the peace.

Mahaway is a charismatic young scribe in ancient Maya. But her world is torn apart when a greedy new king declares war on her city.

Now at the end of 2012, Amara’s obsession leads her to uncovering a deadly conspiracy, one with roots dating back more than a thousand years. Using clues Mahaway has left behind as a guide, Amara must stop the conspirators’ terrifying plan before December 21. If she doesn’t, the world really will end.

 

Let me know what you think!

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Hello! My name is Sabrina, and I like to write and experiment.

From now until December 11, be part of my agile self-publishing experiment by contributing to my Pubslush campaign! (Or at the very least, watch my fun dinosaur puppet video at http://pubslush.com/books/id/128).

I’ll also be posting chunks of my ebook regularly, in hopes that you, dear reader, will give me feedback as I go along. It’s called agile publishing, and I figured if a publishing house can do it, why not an indie author?

My story will revolve around the Mayan Calendar and 2012 (good time to do it, right?) I have a very rough outline that I will be developing and tweaking as I go (with your help, of course.)

So please, subscribe to my blog and help me shape the story as I write it. I want to write something that you will want to read. Any input would be greatly appreciated!

Don’t like reading the story in blog form? The 2012 ebook is now on WattpadBookrix, and Book Country!


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