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Monday, June 15, 2009

The Secret Of Spruce Knoll

On Eren Donovan’s sixteenth birthday she discovers she has access to a power that is latent in most humans. As if being orphaned and forced to live with an aunt she’s never met wasn’t bad enough, now she has to figure out what being a channeler means. Worse yet, the fate of channelers is tied to the fate of the world. Because it is slowly dying, so are they.

The tiny Colorado town of Spruce Knoll is populated solely by channelers from four different countries who immigrated there when they were driven out of their own lands. Not long after arriving Eren meets Aiden, an Irish boy who makes channelers seem more fascinating than frightening. With him Eren finds solace and a happiness she thought she’d never find again. Things get complicated when she and Aiden realize both of their parents’ deaths were not accidents. They become drawn into a dangerous game that could end in either justice for their parents' murders or their own deaths.

~a novel by Heather McCorkle

13 comments:

  1. oooo, this sounds interesting!!

    Saba

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  2. Thanks you so much Saba and Morgan! With a bit of good luck hopefully you'll get the chance to read a lot more of it very soon!

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  3. WoW, what a hook Heather! I cannot wait until I can hold this book in my hands and read it!!!

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  4. Thank you Lindsey, I'm glad you like it! I can hardly wait for you to hold it too. :)

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  5. Heather, This is an amazing story~ I cannot wait until it comes out. Be prepared, you're going to have to sign at least 16 copies for me. I'm giving them to my kids, grandkids, nieces and nephew too-- oh, and one for me, too. :)

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  6. Thank you Karlene that is so sweet of you! I'm strengthening my signing hand just for you! LOL!

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  7. Fantastic story, Heather! I love chaneler stories, and have friends who also love YA/paranormal. Save at least three copies for me!

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  8. That's awesome to hear Linda. Thank you! I will do that!

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  9. Yay Heather! This sounds like such a cool story!

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  10. Sounds awesome!! One teeny tiny little thing. "Because it is slowly dying, so are they." Should it be AS it is slowly dying? Or something like that? But the whole concept is very cool. I'd love to read it someday!!

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  11. Good thought Lisa, I'll have to check into that. Thank you so much for your help and support!

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