At long last, I'm very excited to share the official cover for Holtondome (Timeless Keeper Saga Book 1). If the art style looks familiar, that's because José del Nido is rocking it again. The cover is a depiction of a scene from the first chapter. José marvelously captured the essence of the ravaged, future Earth, and the danger to the protagonist, Seg, who is stuck outside while a deadly storm approaches. Holtondome should be available for pre-order today, if everything goes according to plan. When it goes live, you can check here for links to your favorite retailers. Full book description:
Seg Holton yearns to leave his isolated farming dome and travel the ravaged Earth, or even to Mars Colony. Only a few things stand in his way: an authoritarian government, deadly storms, and an enchanting outsider who may be the most dangerous of all. Fast-forward 500 years. Civilization has nearly wiped itself out of existence, and is on the long, slow road to recovery, held together by an agreement called the Pact between cities, agricultural domes, and a new global government. Seg is a farmer in Holtondome. Like his ancestors, he's chosen a life of ignorance about technology and the outside world in favor of a simple existence, free of the corruption that almost destroyed the human race. His world turns upside down when Fi arrives. Tall, exotic, and far too wise for her age, she challenges everything he's been taught to believe, making him question for the first time if a simple life is right for him or, indeed, for the rest of humanity. But Fi has secrets darker than her black-ringed eyes — bigger than the Pact — that have implications far beyond Seg and the residents of Holtondome.