Monday, July 7, 2014

'Ocean of Dust' by Graeme Ing

Ocean of Dust
by Graeme Ing



Fourteen-year old Lissa is snatched from her home and finds herself a slave on a trading ship traveling on a waterless ocean of nothing but gray dust. A feisty, curious and intelligent girl, her desire to explore the ship earns her the hatred of the cruel first officer, Farq.

Fascinated by the ocean of dust, Lissa becomes embroiled in its mysteries, sensing things that the crew cannot, while cryptic whispers in her head are leading her toward a destiny linked to the dust itself. Only one man aboard can help her make sense of her new talent, but can she trust him? All is not as it seems, and she must unravel the clues before it’s too late.

When a sinister plot casts her adrift on the barren ocean, her best friend is left in the hands of the treacherous crew. Everything hinges upon her courage, quick wits, and her ability to master her new talent.

~~Listen to an audio excerpt here~~

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AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Graeme is a writer of speculative fiction. He probably won't fall into existing pigeonholes, but hang around and you'll get to read tales of fantasy, science-fiction, paranormal, cyberpunk, steampunk and who knows what.

Born in England, Graeme now lives in San Diego, California. His career as a software engineer and development manager spans 30 years, including the development of a dozen computer games for consoles, home computers and online. Graeme is also an avid armchair mountaineer, astronomer, mapmaker, pilot and general geek. He and his wife, Tamara, share their house with six crazy cats.



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Twitter: @GraemeIng



Graeme will be awarding a $20 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $20 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn host. Follow the tour for more chances to win!

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  1. Hello Andi. Thanks for hosting me on your blog. :) I'll be very happy to answer any questions your fine readers may have.

  2. Thanks so much for sharing! How do you get the ideas for your books.

  3. Ideas are something I am never short of. They come from dreams, what-if's, things people say... I have hundreds of ideas tucked away. I guess I just have an overactive imagination!

  4. Graeme's book is fantastic. Good luck with the tour! :)

  5. Andi, thanks for featuring my audiobook/ebook on your blog - very much appreciated!

  6. Lissa sounds like an amazing main character with a whole lot of strength. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Great post - wonderful site, too! Thanks for sharing about Lissa and her dust ocean!

  8. Love the cover on this book.