Book Of The Day – Convergence — Journey to Nyorfias

by Greg on March 31, 2011

Today’s bargain book/Book Of The Day is now here, Convergence — Journey to Nyorfias, Book 1 by T.M. Roy. Although we’ve had some great books so far for Book Of The Day, this is the first one with a perfect 5 star rating – and it costs only 99 cents! Convergence is on sale only through the end of the month (today) so get it while it’s at this low price (regular price $2.99).



Convergence — Journey to Nyorfias, Book 1
by T.M. Roy
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Category: Science Fiction
Price: $0.99

 

Price reduced to $0.99 for the month of March!

Rett, a battle-weary soldier from Nyorfias, needs imagination. Pam, an imaginative dreamer from Earth, needs inspiration. Unknown to both women, a fledgling Guardian of Balance needs them both in a desperate stratagem to protect the very existence of the two-planet Nyorfian system, which is not only under attack from physical entities, but from the dark force that inspires them.

Pam’s first ten minutes on Nyorfias, however, just about flushes Rett’s military career down the nearest toilet. Can Rett learn to cope with being saddled with a dimwitted alien mindforce–and keep herself and her platoon alive at the same time?

CONVERGENCE is Book One in a three part epic adventure where the fate of an entire planetary system hangs in the balance.

GRAVITY (Book 2) is now available for Kindle.
STRATAGEM (Book 3) due summer 2011.

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From the back cover:

When the going gets tough…the tough deal with it.
Or maybe not…

Sergeant Rett of the Nyorfian Special Forces is in the fight of her life, for herself and her worlds. She doesn’t realize she’s the key Player in a local battle of a Game of universal scope: the struggle of the Guardians of Balance to maintain a healthy equilibrium between evil and good, darkness and light.

The neophyte Guardian for Nyorfias, Pheasyce, faces an ancient and powerful force of Dark, and must risk all in a dangerous and unique strategem, one that uses Rett as the focus. Arranging the convergence between the key Player and an imaginative dreamer from another world could be the best tactic ever.

That is, as long as Pam, who thinks this is all a dream, doesn’t get Rett killed first. And as long as Rett can accept this dimwitted alien mindforce… from some planet called Earth.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

Just finished reading Convergence for a second time. It is a treat to read a story with a strong woman leading the cast of characters. No “save me, Mr. Hero” needed. Rett’s character pulled me in and made me care about a new galaxy, far away.

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The solid debut of what promises to be an exciting and engaging new series, Convergence takes readers on a nonstop literary thrill ride from which they’ll be loathe to get off. Strongly recommended.
Regina Kingston
Apex Reviews

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When I first picked up Convergence, it was a total accident. My dad had started reading it and left in the living room. I picked it up and started reading it. Immediately, I was hooked. Convergence keeps you on your toes throughout the entire book. It’s a story that leaves you excited for the next book. I can’t wait for Gravity!

Get Convergence — Journey to Nyorfias here: Convergence — Journey to Nyorfias, Book 1

About The Author


T.M. Roy has had many jobs and worn many hats over the years (including the pirate hat in the photo). By profession a technical writer and graphic artist, the recent economy has turned her to freelancing as a cover artist, pixel and print book designer, and editor. When she’s not doing that for someone else, she’s writing, reading, editing and illustrating her own work. She’s been drawing since her fat little fingers could hold a crayon. In 1996, she discovered that painting in pixels was just as fun as drawing or painting with traditional media–without the mess, smell, or expense. Many of the characters in her stories started off as a sketch or a doodle (she calls them the Pencil People).

In 2003, writing with the pen name Terran Moffat, her novel Discovery was a finalist in the 2003 EPIC Awards for Best Science Fiction Romance.

She lives in the Portland, OR, area with an opinionated Quaker parrot named Apple, who has his own blog and writes food haiku.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – T.M. Roy and ENT appreciate it.

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