Easter Special Giveaway Contest – Higher Ground Print Edition – Now Closed

Contest now closed – congratulations to the winner, Vienna. Thanks for participating.

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Happy chocolate egg holiday to all. How’d you like a chance to win a print copy of Higher Ground? You would? Then just comment below and you’re in with a chance. To enter, comment by Saturday 6th of April at 09:00 BST (that’s the hilariously named “British summer time”. It will probably be snowing.) I’ll contact the winner to ask for a postal address. Make sure you include an email address either in the email field of the comment form or in the body of your comment so I can contact you if you win.

What’s Higher Ground all about? Well my three word summary is “Hot nerds united.” But if you need more than that, read on!

Higher Ground cover print editionZach is impatient and likes to hurry. Adam likes to take it slow and to tease. But, they’d have worked it all out – if only the end of the world hadn’t gotten in the way.

Zach Benesh is sure his prediction is right – the island colony of Zahara is about to sink into the ocean. Adam Gray isn’t as certain, but he’s happy to follow the intense, brilliant geophysicist into the mountains to escape the flooding. Though he’d be even happier without three hundred other people – and their pets – tagging along. He’d like to have Zach all to himself out there.

But Zach’s prediction is right and as disaster begins to unfold towards an unstoppable, inevitable conclusion, the two young scientists must become a team in the fight to save their people. They draw strength from their rapidly developing relationship, but the higher Zach and Adam climb, the more difficult the tests they face – as lovers and as men.

A m/m science fiction romance, published by Loose Id
Read Chapter 1

Higher Ground (Travelers #3)


15 thoughts on “Easter Special Giveaway Contest – Higher Ground Print Edition – Now Closed

    1. Thanks, Stevie. 😀 Easter weekend is tricky enough, with not knowing what day it is half the time. Add in the clock change and I feel totally adrift in time.

  1. Wow, not sure how I missed this one, it looks great! Please enter me in the drawing.
    donnafisk at bellsouth.net

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