I’ve been busy uploading my book to various sites and in the process have been finding silly mistakes in the text? Arggg! … Oh! .. How annoying!
… For months I’ve been editing and re-editing this till I thought I finally got it sussed. Then whilst re-editing and combining all the files into ‘Microsoft Word’ I find spelling mistakes that one editor missed? … But ‘Word 2000’ found … Go figure!
Anyhow I’ve lumped together all the chapters in one huge file, complete with an Index of Contents … That was fun! [not] and I’ve uploaded it to Google ‘Books’ … But it’s also included here.
Chapters 1st post [and/or] Book 2nd post should be the same. [update 11/11/10 all chaptes removed]
In a Galaxy far, far, away ’time’ itself is being shredded …And the Universe on the whole isn’t happy about it. Minds immeasurable superior to ours slowly and patiently ‘drew’ up their plans against us, and the impending catastrophe.
The self appointed council of time discovered that abomination’s were placed in corrupted time lines by people unknown, the cause unknown and the reason’s were unknown.
Even God doesn’t know why? it was done!
Recruiting the recently deceased, who insisted they weren’t dead. The planners of our salvation then put a young girl in charge of the Project.
The girl’s name was Romana Gennaro, she was only 128 years old and this was her first mission outside her own time line, but she was the most qualified person they could find.
What could possibly go wrong?
Here’s the link to Book I … Gennaro’s Children – Book 1 … Update: 11/11/10 (ish!)
… It’s a PDF file [2.42 MB (2,540,158 bytes)] you can print it out if you wish, but its 429 pages long. The book, in recent months of revisions, has grown a bit? — Please note I’ve had to withdraw the chapters sections. I was finding it to hard to maintain. re: Nay Eye’ .. IMPOSSIBLE! … lass!
If you have a needed for individual chapters then email me at jessica @ b92.co.uk – Just remove the ” ! ” spaces.
– Or use another way is use ‘the contact me’ tag on the top menu or ‘the thing’ running down the side of the page.
Anyhow I’d love to hear from you. [11/11 and all …]