I’m sorry it’s been so long. About two months back I decided I was Wonder Woman and I could do everything. I quickly discovered I was wrong and that I’d overwhelmed myself. So, that’s the excuse for my absence. On to happier matters…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWAY! Sway’s Demise was originally a dream that had just about nothing to do with the book which emerged. There were robots, humans, aliens, and some post-apocalyptic stuff going on, but that’s about all they had in common.
If you’ve read any of my previous posts, or The Mill, you know I love a good, strong heroine (not the spoon kind). Sway was everything badass about every female sci-fi character I’d ever met, digitally or paperbackly, with a splash of her own failings and imperfections.
In a world torn apart by intergalactic war, Sway and her community of a few thousand survive off the land, with very little technology. She joins up with her local militia to protect her loved ones from whatever might bring harm, only to find herself faced with an enemy she could hardly fathom. With so little time, and nearly no resources, she and her people struggle to persevere in a fight beyond their means.
That about sums it up. If you find yourself interested in a read, Sway’s Demise is about 200 pages, and you can rip through it in about 2.5 hours. Check out some reviews up on Amazon, and try it for free if you have Kindle Unlimited!