About the book:
Michael wants to save his daughter, but first he’s got to save the world. Michael and Charlotte meet when Michael is trying to find Ashley, his missing daughter, who has fallen into drug abuse, and Charlotte is searching for her son Jon, a brilliant and aspiring young scientist who has also gone missing. Ashley and Jon should have nothing in common, but after the murder of Jon’s favorite professor, they become ensnared in a tangled web that becomes worse with every new discovery. When Michael and Charlotte join together to figure what their children have become involved with, they, too, are sucked into a sinkhole for which there are no answers, only more questions. When all seems lost, will they all recognize the source of strength offered to them, and… will they take it?
Gail Sattler lives in Vancouver BC Canada (eh!) where you don’t have to shovel rain. When she’s not writing, Gail is in 3 bands, playing bass guitar or piano. Gail has written over 30 novels and novellas and a few works of non-fiction. Visit Gail’s website at www.gailsattler.com. Visite her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/gail.
I’m often asked how and where writers get our ideas. There is an answer for that, and it’s anywhere and everywhere. There are times nothing comes, and there are times we just get zapped and we know we have to write a book about that. Some are based on something that really happened – like The Other Neighbor – albeit loosely. Others are pure fantasy – like Mercury Rising.
In the past I’ve also done team writing, where a group of authors get together to brainstorm and come up with a theme where everyone gets a part, although most of the times, writing is a very solidary profession.
Where do those ideas come from. Well, in the end, your guess is as good as mine.
Where to find the book: Amazon