Virtual Book Tour August 6 - September 1
August 6 - Crossroads Reviews - Review/Excerpt
August 9 - My Cozie Corner - Review/Guest Post
August 10 - Deborah's Books - Review/Excerpt
August 11 - Bookishly Devoted - Review/Guest Post
August 12 - Kimmie's Bookshelf - Review/Excerpt
August 13 -Tien's Blurb - Review/Guest Post
August 14 - My Reading Addiction - Review/Giveaway/Excerpt
August 16 - Andi's Book Reviews - Review/Excerpt/Guest Post
August 17 - Beth Art From the Heart - Review/Guest Post
August 19 - Whoopeeyoo! - Review/Excerpt
August 22 - FireStar Books - Review/Excerpt
August 23 - Cabin Goddess - Review/Guest Post
August 24 - One Page at a Time - Review/Excerpt
August 26 - The Story Factory - Review/Guest Post
August 27 - Workaday Reads - Guest Post
August 28 - Rea's Reading and Review's Review/Excerpt/Guest Post
August 29 - Froze8's Blog - Review/Excerpt
August 30 - Book Lover's Hideaway - Review/ Excerpt
August 31 - Books, Books, The Magical Fruit - Excerpt/Guest Post/PROMO
September 1 - Known to Read - Review/Giveaway/Excerpt
Date Published: 6/15/12
In the mid-21st century, the human race stopped aging. Those who know why aren't talking, and the few who are brave enough to ask questions tend to disappear. To an elite few, The Change means long life and health, but to the ever-increasing masses, it means starvation, desperation, and violence.
Four centuries after The Change, Grace Harper, a blacklisted P.I., sets off on a mission to find the man responsible for it all and solicit his help to undo The Change -- if he's still alive. To complicate matters, Grace's employer is suspected of murdering his father, and when the police learn of their connection, they give her a choice -- help them find the evidence they need to convict Matthew Stanton, or die. But if they discover Grace's true mission, they won't hesitate to kill her in order to preserve their shot at immortality.
Winner of the Epic Award for Science Fiction, the Global eBook Award for Science Fiction, and a finalist in The Next Gernation Indie Book Awareds.
Christine Amsden has been writing science fiction and fantasy for as long as she can remember. She loves to write and it is her dream that others will be inspired by this love and by her stories. Speculative fiction is fun, magical, and imaginative but great speculative fiction is about real people defining themselves through extraordinary situations. Christine writes primarily about people and it is in this way that she strives to make science fiction and fantasy meaningful for everyone.
At the age of 16, Christine was diagnosed with Stargardt’s Disease, a condition that effects the retina and causes a loss of central vision. She is now legally blind, but has not let this slow her down or get in the way of her dreams.
When she's not writing, Christine teaches workshops on writing, usually at Savvy Authors. She also offers professional editing services. She maintains a book review blog on her website with occasional writing tips thrown in for the fun of it.
Christine lives in the Kansas City area with her husband and two children.