Paradox (Beyond Human #3) by Michelle Schad

To be released on 29th April 2022

@Archaeolibrary, @PromotionsPsst, @ChelleSchad,

#LGBTQ+, #ScienceFiction, #Action, #Adventure,

Time is being manipulated. The strands that hold the multiverse together are being cut and resewn into something new, something wrong.

Nat and Zoe Amadour refuse to stand helplessly while the world is rebuilt in their parents’ vision - perfect Evolved, perfect children, and unlimited power while television broadcasts 24/7 news coverage of horrors committed by the rampaging “villians,” Hellfire and Crush. The twins know they’re anything but the monsters portrayed, even as the two Evolved "villains", tear apart the world in search of revenge.

If the world is to survive, the Amadour twins will have to step into the arena of time and space, and face off with their parents to undo the wrong they’ve created. But to do that, they’ll need a very dead AEC agent.

Can they mend the multiverse? Or will their deaths be sewn into the new tapestry of life that their parents created?

Add to Goodreads | Smashbomb

From a young age, there have been voices inside of Michelle’s head. No, not those kinds of voices – or, maybe they are; who really knows? Rather than fear those voices, Michelle wrangled them like wild mustangs on the prairie, make each one bend to her will in its own time. Well, what does that mean?

It means that Michelle has been writing stories of the fantastic, the horrific, and the mysterious for as long as her little fingers have been able to hold a pen and probably longer, but memory only goes back so far. In a world that passes for ‘normal’, she is all of the ‘normal’ things one might expect: mother, wife, keeper of fur-babies. She is also a student of life, meaning if there is something to learn, she will learn it, thus making her a veritable font of only partially useful knowledge.

The whimsy and ChAoS that actually controls the rest of Michelle’s existence has earned her a place in two different arenas so far: Bards and Sages Quarterly and Corrugated Sky Publishing. While wielding the unwieldiness of words is her primary function, she is also an avid crafter, collector of “creepy” ball-jointed dolls, and can run through a Target in under an hour with only two extra items from her intended list. Talent!

Hosted by: Let's Talk Promotions & Psst Promotions