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message 1: by Julia (new)

Julia Elizabeth | 6 comments Hi All!

So I'm publishing my book in a little over a book, and I'm trying to put together a launch team. My book is a dystopian YA fiction novel called Effeminate Earth about a futuristic world where all men have been eliminated, but one is accidentally born.

Short Synopsis:

Men have been scientifically proven to be the cause of all troubles on Earth: wars, murders, violence, robberies, everything that is wrong with society. So what should the government do? Slowly eradicate all males of course!

After over one hundred years of careful, scientific elimination, the male species is extinct. Sarah Williams, a high-ranking government official in the Department of Scientifically Generated Incubation (SGI) and convicted believer that all males are evil, decides it s her turn to have a child. But when her child unexpectedly turns out to be a boy, all of her beliefs go out the window and she does everything within her power to hide him from the Department of Male Eradication.

Hidden in a secret basement his entire life and shielded from the corrupt society, innocent Abel Williams has never stepped foot outside...until he s drawn out of his room to save a damsel in distress (sort of). But he never expected to get caught on his first excursion and he definitely didn t expect to spark a revolution.

If you enjoyed Divergent or The Hunger Games, you'll love Effeminate Earth. This dystopian, futuristic novel will have you on the edge of your seat with many twists and turns.

If you're interested, please email me at jef@juliaelizabethflowers.com

Thanks,
Julia


message 2: by Hamad (new)

Hamad | 63 comments How many pages or words are there in your book? I like the idea and I'm sort of interested in reading it


message 3: by Julia (new)

Julia Elizabeth | 6 comments Hamad wrote: "How many pages or words are there in your book? I like the idea and I'm sort of interested in reading it"

There are around 61,000 words in the book.


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