Cool Author Releases Women's Novel
COOL, Calif. - In her new contemporary women's novel, "Day After Disaster: The Changing Earth Series," author Sara F. Hathaway tells the story of a young woman surviving the wrath of a natural disaster.
In the story, readers will follow the journey of a dynamic young woman, mother and wife, Erika, as she is thrust into a world turned upside down by a series of natural disasters. She had started her day at her home in the mountains just like any other. There was nothing unusual about making the familiar drive down to Sacramento to go to work. Then, in a flash, Mother Nature decided it was time to create a new landscape.
Alone in a city mutilated by disaster, she must navigate the path home, back to her family. Not knowing if they are alive or dead, she must call on all of her survival instincts to navigate this broken environment. Will she make it home? Will her family still be alive? What will Mother Nature dish out next?
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Hathaway grew up in the country, where she developed a profound interest in the natural world around her. After graduating from the California State University of Sacramento, she returned to her passion. She has extensively researched and practiced survival techniques in the natural environment and forgotten life-sustaining methods of the generations past. She currently lives with her husband and two sons in California, where she is at work on the sequel to her first novel.
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