Book Recommendation : Hear the Crickets (The Gibborim Series Book 1) by BJ Sheldon
I know it’s a little bit too soon for it but I couldn’t…I just couldn’t stay away from not recommending it. Just don’t let the title get you fooled. It is way too good to be missed and I was lucky enough to receive an ARC – get ready for a review soon. Hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I do. 🙂
So. If you are looking for something masterfully written and fantastic then this is the one :
EXPECTED PUBLICATION : JANUARY 7th 2016 by Whiskey Creek Press
Pre-Order Link : Amazon
Blurb : Skyy’s a freak. She’ll tell you so herself. Her past – a mystery. Her future – uncertain. Having spent most of her life avoiding humans in an effort to conceal her wings, she wants nothing more than to end it all, leaving behind the solitary life she’s been forced to live. But numerous attempts to die have proven immortality is both a curse and a nuisance. She now lives out her days in self-imposed seclusion to stay hidden from the world. But that quiet way of life is shattered when mysterious siblings arrive and reveal a destiny which sends her running for the hills. When an earth shattering discovery is made in the Badlands, history and science collide furthering the mystery behind Skyy’s past – and her future. Skyy will need to embrace her fate and confront an evil so ancient, only a miracle can keep the world from ceasing to be.
B.J. Sheldon’s love of writing has developed into a passion
for creating exciting characters and story lines that she hopes will enthrall and inspire young readers to pick up a book and use their imaginations.
B.J. lives in the Black Hills of South Dakota with her best friend and husband, Steven, an Army veteran. They have 3 daughters, 3 cats, and a dog – all of whom are trying to take over the world. She grew up in Iowa and spent many years in sunny Arizona before finally settling down in the hills that she loves. She has a B.S. degree in Project Management from the University of Phoenix and has a PhD in life. B.J. began reading at age 4, and by the 4th grade had already read most of the literary classics. Her hobbies include cuticle care, fighting off zombies, and traveling through space and time with a mad man in a blue box.