Monday, March 17, 2014

Peacock Swamp Book Tour: Giveaway for a Peacock Bracelet and Book!

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Peacock Swamp: Book 1 | The Nine

In 2064, The Nine are preparing to assemble. This board of individuals is President Madame LaFonte’s solution to an ailing nation in search of medical care. While it seemed ideal at first, the folks of the borough are quickly discovering it isn’t quite what it seems. The lucky ones are issued a red gown and another chance at life. That’s the happy ending. However, not everyone gets a red gown. The others have to make their own second chance at life -- if they’ve got the heart to do what it takes.

When the superstitions of the swamplands run just as deep as the mud, every little bit of luck helps. They named her Vitalia, a name that means life. But her name was the only advantage that she had. In need of a heart transplant, Vita leaves Peacock Swamp behind to stand before The Nine. With her family by her side, they run into the dangers that government healthcare has created: an underground medical clinic that services the rejected citizens ... for a price.

Her whole life has been a struggle. Why should her death be any different?

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Katie Femia took a leap of faith several years ago and left her career as an elementary school teacher to pursue her dream of becoming a writer. She now enjoys the day-to-day musings of writing for a variety of blogs and websites as a regular contributor. She covers topics such as home finance, DIY projects, money-saving strategies, and everything in between. While a number of manuscripts still slumber in a kitchen drawer, Peacock Swamp | Book One: The Nine is her first published novel. She lives in South Bend, Indiana, with her husband and three children, where they enjoy the typical Hoosier summers of chasing fireflies in their bare feet. When she isn’t writing, Katie can be found making over vintage furniture pieces and scouring local thrift spots.

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31 comments:

  1. yes,I like to live in the future but i am fearful of it.

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  2. I would love anywhere but in the Ozarks. I would like to go back to Arizona.
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  3. I don;t think so now is hard enough.

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  4. No, I'll stay in the current time/place.

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  5. Yes maybe the future would be better after all the mistakes have been fixed!

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  6. I would LOVE to live in the future. Actually, I'm not sure. I would be nervous.

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  7. I dont think so. Times seen to be getting harder and harder

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  8. No. I don't think the future is going to be a place in which anyone would want to live.

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  9. No, I prefer to live in the present times. Thinking of what the future might be like is a bit scary. I like the comfort of what I know.

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  10. Yes, Id love to live in the future. But living in the present is awesome

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  11. It depends on what the future is like and if any of my family can come live in there as well.

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  12. I would like to live in the future only if the people I love there are there also

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  13. I think it depends - if the world is worse than it is right now then no. If we are a much better society and accepting of everyone then yes :)

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  14. I am not sure if I would like to live in the future or not... I would hope that conditions might improve somewhat and then it would be interesting.

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  15. As a spiritual person, I believe the future is a special event. Good things will happen.

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  16. i would love to who wouldnt? think of all the cool stuff

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  17. i would love to live in the future

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  18. maria simon

    I would like to see it but yet scared .. :)

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  19. I would love to visit the future but I'd have to see what it was like before I decided to live there.

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  20. yes I am interested to see what it would be like

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  21. I have always wanted to live in the future ever since i watched the Jetson's

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  22. I'd like to visit the future but not stay there permanently. In other words, I'd love the ability to time travel.

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  23. No, I like the present just fine. :)

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  24. No, I wouldn't really want to live in the future. In all honesty, I think I would have liked to live in the past. I feel like I would've enjoyed and fit in better then! :).

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  25. I'm unsure. Unless it's heaven I wouldn't want to live in the future. I can't afford to live in the present.

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  26. No, I would want to live in the present time!

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  27. I will tomorrow...lol, except then it would be the present! But honestly, not really. I just want to live in the now, doing the best I can.

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  28. I don't think I would like to live in the future - too many uncertains.

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