Wednesday, June 3, 2015


Book Description for Dawn of Destiny:
Some men go to war for the glory. Some men go to war to escape. For Scott Remington, war is entirely different. It is a belief. It is a calling. It is a destiny. Leaving everything behind—his fiancĂ©e, his future, his life—he embarks on a mission of faith into a battle he can barely understand. This is his story. This is his war. This is only the beginning.
Book Description for Dawn of Destiny Audiobook:
The Dawn of Destiny audiobook project is a full adaptation of the first book in the Epic series. It's not your typical “audiobook,” even though technically that's what it is. When people hear “audiobook,” there’s a certain type of thing that usually comes to mind. Most likely it’s the thought of someone reading a book to them, occasionally with music playing in the background. This isn't that.

What you’re going to hear in this project, is more of an audio “experience,” the audio equivalent of a summer blockbuster movie. Over thirty voice actors played a role in this. This is ear-splitting sound effects, bombastic music, and characters shouting back and forth in the middle of a war zone. This is unlike anything you've ever heard.
Book Description for Outlaw Trigger:

They say every man has a breaking point-every man can be pushed off the edge. Scott Remington entered EDEN with the heart of a lion. He forged glory in the furnace of war. But on the heels of dawn, darkness awaits. Only when stretched to the limit will a man truly learn who he is. That limit is about to be breached. Lines will be crossed. Sides will be chosen. And faith will be put to the test. Will the righteous prevail?
Author's Bio:

Born and raised in Cajun country, Lee Stephen spent his childhood paddling pirogues through the marshes of South Louisiana. When he wasn’t catching bullfrogs or playing with alligators in the bathtub (both true), he was escaping to the world of the imagination, creating worlds in his mind filled with strange creatures and epic journeys. This hasn’t stopped.

Now a resident of Luling, Louisiana, Lee spends time every day delving into the world of Epic, the science-fiction series that has come to define him as a writer and producer. Alongside his wife, Lindsey, their sons, Levi and Lawson, and their dog, Jake, Lee has made it a mission to create a series that is unique in its genre—one unafraid to address the human condition while staying grounded in elements of faith.

Connect with Lee: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook

Guest Posts:
LET LOGIC LEAD by Lee Stephen
One of the biggest dangers of writing is writing yourself into a corner—getting to a place in the story where you literally have no idea what to do or where to go next. This is a common frustration and one of the questions I get fairly frequently. What does one do when one doesn’t know what to do? What should happen next? I can answer that question with a simple, easy to remember quote.
What should happen next is what would happen next.
You should always let logic dictate the direction of your story. If you’re deep into your narrative and past the point of no return (though really, that point doesn’t exist), what do you do if you’ve gotten yourself stuck? Maybe it’s a perilous situation that your main characters are facing that you don’t know how to get them out of. Maybe they’re just experiencing downtime with no clear direction as to where to go next. Maybe you’re just plum out of ideas. When that happens…write the next natural thing. Write what makes sense.
Perhaps, if they’re in a perilous situation, some of them die or get captured. Maybe they lose. You can work with that. Perhaps, if they’re bogged down in downtime, they get bored and start goofing around to pass the time, too. You can work with that, too. Heck, some of the best cinematic moments happen when characters get lazy or let their guard down. Imagine the characters’ lives and situations as real, then write what would really happen next. It might not be pleasant, but that’s okay. It might take you in a totally different direction than what you’d planned, but that might lead to some of your best writing ever. Hit “play” in their lives and just see what happens next. You might just be surprised at what comes as a result!

Where to buy the book:
Barnes & Noble


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Prizes: ​ Win one of 3 sets of books in the Epic series, Dawn of Destiny and Outlaw Trigger (Open to USA & Canada) Ends July 4

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