Today is the big day–the release of my novel The Final Book: Gods! Available in hardcover, paperback, and digital versions from all major online retailers–order today. Please help spread the word and leave reviews!
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Multi-cultural, multi-historical, and spanning man's faith across time, The Final Book is a controversial and blasphemous last chapter of humanity.
Laurie was kind enough to help with some promotion for the upcoming release of The Final Book: Gods and did a short interview that was originally featured on her website. Laurie is avid GoodReads reviewer and runs an active book blog. Be sure to visit her site to enter to win an Amazon giftcard and signed copies of my book! The contest runs through June 18.
Tell us about a favorite character from your book.
Gods is unique in that several characters share the workload—there’s not a single “most important” protagonist. Very quickly you’ll realize who the plot is centralized around, but it’s a team effort. With that said, I’m quite fond of Ana. She’s not in the book a ton, but she’s immensely important. I guess she’s what I would like to aspire to be—she’s burdened by unimaginable cosmic knowledge, but chooses to be happy in spite of it. She knows of all the tragedy that is about befall man, yet remains compassionate and excited about life. She just seems like someone I’d love to hangout with—she also doesn’t take any of William’s crap, and that’s admirable.
What are these things called “Artifacts” scattered throughout the book?
The artifacts are meant to add historical context to the story. Most of the artifacts are factual snippets of history that plays well and supports the fictional tale. These artifacts are presented to the reader by an ominous narrator that begins the story in the prologue. This narrator curated these particular bits of history and used them to tie together the over-arching story.
Want to get your hands on a copy of my new book? Want to be way cooler than everyone else and read it before it even comes out?? Head on over to Goodreads and enter the giveaway!
From now until May 18th, I’m hosting a giveaway of 5 beautiful, stunning, awesome hold-in-your-hand hardcovers from the initial first-ever-printed-batch of press copies of The Final Book. Call me old fashioned, but there’s just something about holding and reading a hardcover… On top of that, I’ll be personalizing and signing each copy for the winners.
You can enter the giveaway through Goodreads, and while you’re there be sure add the book to your reading list and follow my author page. It’s another fun way to interact and share your thoughts and love for other books and authors.
Giveaway ends May 18, 2017.
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LAS VEGAS, NV, April 24- Surf Star Media presents its latest title The Final Book: Gods by SW Hammond on NetGalley for review.
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NetGalley is used as a marketing tool for publishers big and small, and Surf Star Media is proud to place its titles alongside Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, Hachette Book Group, and IBPA. If you are interested in an advance reader copy (ARC) of The Final Book: Gods, please visit NetGalley and download your free copy today. The title will be available on NetGalley until 10/15/2017.
Multi-cultural, multi-historical, and spanning man's faith across time, The Final Book: Gods is a controversial and blasphemous last chapter of humanity. Zeus and his Pantheon return in an effort to save mankind before they destroy themselves. Set in three periods—modern day, the 1960s, and ancient Mesopotamia—this epic blends human history, ruthless mythology, science fiction, and the supernatural to tell a love story of the future.
“Multi-cultural, multi-historical, and spanning man's faith across time, The Final Book is a controversial and blasphemous last chapter of humanity.”
LAS VEGAS, NV, April 17- Author Sean “SW” Hammond announces the release of his long awaited visionary fiction novel The Final Book: Gods as part of Surf Star Media’s Publishing line.
In the beginning there was love. The Goddess of Life in an elated romance with a beloved mortal. Her sister killed him. Their combined actions ripping a hole in destiny and plagued mankind with an age of unprecedented corruption, vicious holy wars, and religious absolution.
Hammond blends mythology, history, and religion to create a timeless saga of the self-destruction of man told through the eyes of the Gods. Zeus and his pantheon return in this modern epic as they struggle to turn the tide of time by sending test subjects of Project Genesis back to key points in history in an effort to change outcomes and correct the future.
The novel is set in three primary time periods—present day, the late 1960’s, and ancient Mesopotamia. The mysterious narrator also sprinkles in occasional “Artifacts” that hinge around key moments in human history, bridging past and present.
Most notable about the novel is the unsuspecting love story that contrasts the staggering brutalities committed by man. Readers have become enthralled with the love letters latent across time, desperately awaiting the recipient to embark upon his destiny.
Gods eerily reflects a modern disposition toward the current state of society and politics; showing that little has changed since man began ruling over one another. However, the novel attempts to provide solutions using examples of the human condition and brushstrokes of philosophy—ultimately relying on you to be the catalyst of change!