FREE *SUNDAY* ONLY – Book 2 in the Treemakers Trilogy

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Sorry about the mix-up yesterday, those of you who received the email saying my books were free. They were supposed to be, but there was an issue with Amazon, so I had to reschedule the free day to today. My apologies!

Also, book 3 is still available for preorder at 25% off the list price through release day, Dec. 3, 2016. You have 1 more week to take advantage of that! Click the banner above or >HERE< to be redirected to the Treemakers Trilogy on Amazon.

Before you go, check out the trailer for “The Seeker’s Keys” below

 

This weekend only, get books 1 & 2 in the Treemakers Trilogy for just $1.99

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Hey everyone,

Just a quick note to let you all know that you can get the first two books in my trilogy, “The Treemakers,” and “The Soultakers” on Amazon for only $1.99 through October 30th by clicking the banner above or >HERE<.

If you’d like to check out reviews, you may do so by following this link for “The Treemakers,” and this link for “The Soultakers.”

I’ll be back in a few days with some fantastic news!

Happy reading,
xo Christina

 

Treemakers Trilogy Book 1- New Trailer

Check out the new trailer for book one of The Treemakers Trilogy! Afterwards, you can snag this bestselling Mature YA Dystopian Scifi Horror for FREE by clicking the cover image below the trailer.

 

 

UPDATED EBOOK COVER WITH TAGLINES

FREE Bestselling YA Dystopian

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If you haven’t read “The Treemakers,” now’s the time to snatch it up!

FREE through June 3rd

—–> “The Treemakers” on Amazon

Blurb:

Stay on guard. Be aware of your surroundings. Notice the nuances. Cover your tracks. Always be prepared. Question everything. This is how you stay alive, Joy. And this is how you keep the ones you love alive.

Sixteen-year-old Joy Montgomery, daughter of Zephyr the Magnificent, the great magician, can only reminisce of better times. Before the Superiors. Before the uprisings. Long ago. Before the dying Earth ripped the family she loved away from her.

In this desolate dystopian future, the Greenleigh orphans are “privileged” with the task of building mechanical trees for Bygonne, so their world behind The Wall can breathe another day, and so the Superiors may continue their malevolent reign.

Lured by a yearning for freedom, tenacious curiosity, and hunger for adventure, Joy discovers hope and magic amid the misery, and power in her promise to care for those remaining, whom she loves enough to risk her life for. To save them, herself, and the boy she adores from the abuse and slavery by the Superiors, Joy must entrust the aid of an unlikely ally who harbors a dangerous secret.

With an intriguing stranger at the helm, Joy and the treemakers embark on an intense and terrifying, yet liberating quest for the truth about the existence of the forbidden paradise beyond The Wall.

The Treemakers Trilogy Teaser Gallery

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“The Treemakers” Cover Reveal!! (and the story behind it!)

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Doomed to a life of building mechanical trees for the dying world of Bygonne, sixteen-year-old Joy Montgomery remains the only one left to care for over thirty orphaned children enslaved by the Superiors in the Tree Factory.

But the iron bonds of friendship and family, the discovery of magic in the dark, and love amidst devastation soon fuel her search for a way out. Aided by an unlikely ally who harbors a dangerous secret, Joy and the Treemakers embark on a quest for freedom, and for the truth about the existence of a forbidden paradise.

About this special cover:

This is a slightly modified version of a masterpiece painted by the hand of my Nana, Mildred Louise Atnip-Howard, born on April 6, 1929.

By age ten, her mother had died and her father dropped her and five younger siblings off at Boles Home Orphanage in Quinlan, Texas. There she sat for days on the front stoop, waiting for him to return . . . but he never did. She was left to figure out how to live life as an orphan, while simultaneously being a mother-figure to her younger siblings.

Young nanaMildred grew to be a pillar in the Boles Home community. Admired by her peers for her faith, beauty, strength, gentle nature, and integrity, she graduated high school, attended college, and then went on to have a family of her own. After raising seven children, she and her husband, my Papa, went back to Boles Home, where they spent five years fostering over one hundred-twenty girls. She was the mother figure and positive role model many of them never had. She was truly a remarkable woman.

 

My Nana died on December 28, 2010, from cancer-related illness. Our family was devastated. For the past few years, we’ve been on the path that leads through pain, to healing. Her life taught me to be strong, to strive for gentleness, forgiveness and integrity, and to never stop believing in myself and expecting great things to come. Navigating the choppy, murky waters of grief after her death gave me a new outlook on everything. How precious life is. How it can be gone in an instant. How this too shall pass, and healing comes. How things don’t always happen the way you think they should or when you think they should, but that ultimately, when you look back, you’ll see the secret inner-workings of it all. And “when the secrets are revealed, you will see the way the magic works.” (The Treemakers)

I can only hope that my story—and the use of her masterpiece as its cover—can honor her life; her true magnum opus.

Many of the aforementioned themes are represented in my upcoming novel, “The Treemakers.” Though it is a Dystopian/Scifi and a story of its own (Joy is not modeled after my Nana), the search for the spark in the dark is there, as well as the discovery of it in the most unlikely place, and in the most magical, unexpected ways. I really hope you enjoy it.

Let me reiterate how grateful I am to have made the decision to become an independent author. If I had not, I may not have had the opportunity to honor a woman who means so much to me, my family, and so many other people. Having the freedom to choose to honor someone amazing who is no longer with us, as opposed to “what will sell my book,” was not much of a choice. (Though, I hope it’ll do both! 😉 )

To be added to my email launch list, you may send me a direct message with your email address or email me at Rozelle . Treemakers @ gmail . com (remove spaces).

You may also visit/follow me at my Fansite: http://christinalrozelle.com/ for information on this upcoming release, as well as future releases, and I’ll also be posting more free stories, blog posts, etc., periodically.

Also, would you mind heading on over to Goodreads and marking “The Treemakers” ‘to-read?’ That would be great! https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22036603-the-treemakers

Thanks so much! Fingers crossed for a tentative late-November release! I’ll be sure to let you know as soon as I do!

❤ ❤ ❤