Happy Insecure Writer’s Support Day, everyone.
Let’s agree that the plus side of the Pandemic is it gives us more time to read. So guess what?
I have a book for you.
Today I’m helping Dave Cole celebrate the release of his novel THE WINDOW, a creepy Y/A novel for young and old.
By Dave Cole
A dark window to the future…
Everything changed the day Brian Bingham looked out the attic window and saw something that wouldn’t happen for another week. Through a mysterious window no one else can see, Brian gains a portal into the future. But the future is not always something he wants to see.
Brian has enough troubles in the present without worrying about the future. His parents are constantly fighting, his grades are plummeting, and his new relationship with Charlotte, a girl way out of his league, is in jeopardy.
When the window reveals his best friend’s brutal death, Brian’s world is turned upside down. He must find a way to change the future…or die trying.
Release date – February 2, 2021
$13.95, 6×9 trade paperback, 170 pages
Print ISBN 9781939844767 / EBook ISBN 9781939844774
Young Adult – Paranormal (YAF045000) / Contemporary Fantasy (YAF019010) / Horror (YAF026000)
Dave is from St. Louis and has a degree in Computer Science. He is the author of The Math Kids series for middle grade readers. When he is not designing data center management software, he is usually reading, writing, or coaching elementary school math teams. He loves writing and his wife loves that he has found a hobby that doesn’t cost money!
Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08B5FX755Barnes & Noble – https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-window-dave-cole/1137179862?ean=9781939844767
Kobo – https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/the-window-30
Goodreads – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/54455124-the-window
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