Jumper's Hope Nominated for a RONE Award
InD'Tale Magazine reviewed Jumper's Hope (Central Galactic Concordance Book 4) in the April edition and gave it a four stars. More recently, Jumper's Hope was nominated for a RONE Award in the Fantasy/Science Fiction category.
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If Jumper's Hope makes it to the finalist round, it'll be read and judged by a group of professionals in the industry, to determine the very best in indie and small published books of 2016. The winners will then be awarded the prestigious RONE Award, at the formal ceremony, October 14th, 2017 in Burbank, California at the InD’Scribe Author Reader Conference.
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About Jumper's Hope: Reunited lovers must outwit a ruthless government agent, or their rumored deaths will be real this time. Two retired elite special forces veterans discover their battles aren't behind them after all. Someone considers them loose ends, and will stop at nothing to erase their knowledge of a secret government project. Their service left them both with wounds that will never heal. Do they still have what it takes to survive?