Lets start out learning a bit about these two fabulous books in this Chronicles
Regeneration X is a story about having choices and dealing with the consequences; creating new memories and letting others fade; and making sacrifices in pursuit of happiness.
At one time or another, you’ve probably said or thought, “In hindsight, …” So, what happens when To have been, becomes something that can be changed?
In the not too distance future, Charley faces a hard choice: whether or not to follow her long since abandoned dreams. Journey with her on a quest, and you’ll be asking, “If I could change the past, would I?” Delve into this simple question, because one day soon, you too, may have that chance. Our world is flying forward—fast; would you glide, or take the risk and soar?
To be or to have been ... THAT is the question.
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Consequently, Emery is also quietly learning just what it means to be the daughter of a martyred woman. Undoubtedly, she bears a strong resemblance to her mother, but more than auburn hair and expressive facial features, Emery would like to believe she’s inherited the same strength of character as well. And yet, believing and knowing are entirely separate matters.
Since everything changes with time—in varying degrees—and destiny often unfolds a plan unforeseen, Emery may just find the opportunity to test her belief. In fact, the entire human population will come face to face with their true inheritance.
The question is how this legacy will be received. For the future is inevitable, this much is certain. Lest we forget, the mere passage of time does not come with it the entitlement to life. To live and prosper is a path that is earned, but mankind has seemingly forgotten this. Can Emery remind the world that survival requires conscious effort? Will Emery and her friends, Cassidy, a fellow chronicler, Liam, a brilliant engineer, and Aiden, a reserved mediator be enough to save the oblivious many?
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Ellison Blackburn is a full-time designer/web developer of fifteen years. Ironically, she often waxes nostalgic over simpler days. Her passions include writing fiction and poetry, painting, and collecting vintage thingamabobs.
Raised in Chicago, she relocated to the Pacific Northwest where she currently lives with her husband and three beastly, furry children.
She is a writer of fiction and poetry and the internationally published author of Regeneration X.
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· What organizations do you recommend for those wanting to become writers? Any advice you'd like to share about writing?
There are wonderful, supportive and honestly helpful groups on Goodreads. Become part of the writing community online. I have found Support Indie Authors to be a welcoming, very helpful, friendly bunch.
For advice: have at least one person, a non-friend or family member who doesn’t already know the story, read your work. This is important since fresh eyes won’t skip over something that catches him/her up, whereas a familiar reader will “know” what you were trying to say. A gloss-over of something that could be unclear to an unfamiliar reader will not help you later.
· What writers inspired you to become an author?
Although I do not write in young adult or historical fiction, among many others, I admire JK Rowlings and Diana Gabaldon. I consider their works inspirational now, however, I didn’t know I wanted to be a writer until I started working on Regeneration X, so no one author inspired me to become one.
· Any special appearances or events coming up that you want to mention?
The latest notable event has been the release of Progeny, this month in e-book and paperback version. I believe my philosophical bunch of characters is attending your Christmas shopping cart. They’re just waiting on the invitations.
· If you could travel to any time in history, when would you visit?
Fifteenth through 19th century England or Scotland, admittedly I am a closet Britophile.
· If you could have dinner with any of your characters, which ones would you choose? What food would you serve?
Dr. Baum would be among my top picks for guests. We would have wine with a side of dinner.
· If you could travel anywhere, on earth or off, where would you go?
If fantasy worlds count than I would travel to Rivendell. If am limited by reality then, I would one day like to visit Middle Earth in New Zealand.
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