“Tomorrows’ Tides” is published at Amazon Kindle Store

To my friends and acquaintances, old and new, I’m pleased to introduce my new book:

Tomorrows’ Tides” –

coming in at 85,000 words.

Thank you. You all made constructive comments about “Tomorrows’ Winds”which I have tried to respond to, so now we have “Tomorrows’ Tides”

Previously you said:

Very imaginative and stimulating, it’s a damned good read. I couldn’t put it down.”

That was great, when will the next be available?”

Highly imaginative view into one possible outcome of a highly technological society in the future . Optimistic, good fun , easy to read , amusing little twist at the end. I enjoyed it . Lets have the next one!”

I felt he could have written a much larger book or even given some of his ideas a book of their own to explore them more fully. I’m now intrigued to see how many new ideas are in his next book.”

The new book with the others are at: http://tinyur l.com/5tqyvz2 or

http://tinyurl.com/Tomorrows-Tides

For new readers the first book “Tomorrows’ Winds” is now available free of charge on Kindle. It’s an hour’s read, so try it, see what you think.

All the books are now on Kindle. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the App to your iPhone, your Windows PC, your Mac, iPad or Android phone. – no Kindle required. Just click here to download the one for the Windows PC from Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/2uajty4

Someone said “Everybody’s got one book in them” so if you write an new episode using the theme or the characters, send it to me and I’ll publish a collection as “Tomorrows’ Vortices,” giving each author due credit.

Cheers,

Cliff

PS “Everyone has one book in them” so write an episode of two to fifteen thousand words, using the theme or the characters, send it to me and I’ll publish a collection of them as “Tomorrows’ Vortices,” giving each author their full credit. Let’s combine all our ideas.

Cliff Jenkins, 4 Julian Court, Wilmot Road,, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 6NG,01273 708433. 07951677379, See my website at www.yoolaa.co.uk

Fiction, fantasy or a fascinating forecast – It’s your choice

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