Monday, July 1, 2013

Now scheduling a release day blitz and one week tour for Seeds Of Transition by Carolyn Holland

Now scheduling a release day blitz and one week tour for Seeds Of Transition by Carolyn Holland and Co-Author: Kef Hollenbach

The release day blitz is July 19

This one week tour will run July 22- 29 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling guest blogs, interviews, reviews and spotlight stops

pdf available for reviewers 

To participate in this tour please send:

Your blog name and url

A couple suggested dates during the tour

Type of stop you wish to host

Please let me know if you wish to review

Seeds Of Transition
The Genesis Project Book One
Carolyn Holland
Co-Author: Kef Hollenbach

Genre: Speculative-Fiction, Science-Fiction

Date of Publication: July 19, 2013

ISBN: 978-1482657647

Number of pages: 150 pages
Word Count: 54,184
Cover Artist: Shae Thoman

Press Announcement

Paperback    Amazon  

Book Description:

Seeds Of Transition: Book One - The Genesis Project is full of gripping adventure, psychological thrills, and emotional conflict from start to finish.

As the world’s population approaches 10 billion people, and severe weather extremes impact crop and livestock production, the demand for and price of food is rising. The American government, as well as other powerful individuals, find themselves looking for intelligent, albeit unlikely heroes in the world of academia.

Jarod Farra, a professor of agriculture at Cornell University, quickly finds himself at the forefront of both his longstanding dreams, and perhaps, some of his worst fears. Out of the turmoil and fear of an impending international food shortage, a range of characters come together to perform an experiment that will forever change the world as we know it, and provide new hope for generations to come.

About the Authors:       

Carolyn Holland grew up during the 70’s in the coastal wetlands of North Carolina in a small, rural fishing village. She married right after high school and started her family, in the same community where she grew up. Though life took her to other places, she lived in the Appalachians for a time and later in Alabama, she found herself drawn back to her roots in Coastal North Carolina. With her three children grown now, she resides there still with her husband James Holland, a retired US Marine.


Kef Hollenbach was born and raised in Kentucky, USA. Going into business management after graduating from university yielded an eclectic set of experiences ranging from production work to mid-level management to business owner.

The very proud parent of a son and daughter and husband to a deeply appreciated wife, Kef revels in learning new things and visiting new places. With a strong propensity for sharing, he strives to weave his experiences and what he has learned into all of his writing.

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