Sunweavers Contest and Sale

July 12, 2013 at 5:27 am | Posted in Books, Contest, Sci-Fi | 1 Comment
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Books one and two of the Sunweavers series is now available for purchase. Written by Carolyn Golledge, author of several Star Wars short stories, the Sunweavers is an original science fiction series set 500 years in Earth’s future. Amid food and energy crises in a warring overpopulated world, scientists genetically engineer Sunweavers…but what happens when the creations rebel?

Both books, The Brothers (Book One) and Ensnared (Book Two) are available on Amazon in hardcover and paperback formats (digital format is forthcoming). However, if you order directly from Carolyn, you can save 50% off the cover price. Just shoot her an email at carolyn.golledge(at) and let her know which books you’re interested in and she’ll work out the details with you. The 50% offer is only good this month, but she’ll continue to offer 25% off next month (Paypal accepted).

There’s also two giveaways. One here on Goodreads and one if you contact Carolyn directly (via the email above). Carolyn is giving away both hardcover and paperback copies, plus it’s open to international fans, so be sure to enter.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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  1. many thanks for this Stephen! I’m hoping people who enjoyed Eyrie Base squadron Leader Mackintay’s adventures in my Star Wars stories, will also love Sunweaver Captain Taran m’Connor’s harrowing adventure to find an enemy officer who alone might have the ability to save his brother Sunweaver.
    At any rate, much appreciate your help.
    Carolyn Golledge

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