Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Top Ten Favorites by Lucinda Stein, Author of Jadeite's Journey + Giveaway


Welcome to Lucinda Stein, author of Jadeite's Journey with a Favorites Top 10 List!

Top Ten List

Sitting with my husband around a crackling campfire in the Rocky Mountains

Writing on my laptop at Starbucks (with a latte, of course)

Reading Snow Child in January by my fireplace

Haunting antique shops

Reading author, Bonnie Jo Campbell, outside my camper in Moab

Riding horseback in Sica Hollow, sacred Indian grounds in South Dakota

Reading the YA novel, Bone Gap, while traveling on Amtrak

Hiking with my shelter-rescue dog, Opie, in red-rock canyon country

Eating world’s best ribs at Smokin’ Johnnys along the lake with my sister

Revising my work on paper while sitting in an alpine forest


 Jadeite's Journey

Lucinda Stein

YA Sci-Fi
Inkspell Publishing
January 24, 2017

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When romance turns deadly…

Jadeite shadows her father past the boundary of United Society and into a primitive world of canyons and high deserts. She learns her father is a Ridge Runner passing between the two worlds. Even more alarming, she discovers her younger brother, Malachite, is sick and requires medicine only available from over the Ridge. After her father is arrested, Jadeite takes his place in order to save her brother’s life.






About the Author

A school librarian for over twenty years, Stein now writes fulltime. Sanctuary: Family, Friends, & Strangers was a 2015 Colorado Book Award finalist. Three Threads Woven, was a 2010 WILLA Finalist. Her story, Sulfur Springs, won First Place in the 2011 LAURA Short Fiction competition. Her stories have appeared in Pooled Ink, The South Dakota Review, Fine Lines, and Women Writing the West online.

When not writing, she hikes desert canyons and alpine trails. She loves anything vintage, her shelter-rescued dog, Opie, and, most of all, her husband, Rob.

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