Gina's Dream 1st edition English eBook

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What would you do if you met an alien? Gina's Dream is the story of a romance caught in the web of time that will change the future of two worlds. Kit Brennan, Assistant Director of Science Exploration Through Astronomy (SETA), falls in love with Gina Hobart who claims to be an alien. Their futures hang in a delicate balance as Kit questions whether she is real or crazy. Bonus: My First Editor. More

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Words: 23,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310948626
About Ria Stone

NOTE: Gina's Dream/El Sueño de Gina, a dual language POD is available on The Write Place and other online retailers.

As a mature U.S. Expat living in Mexico, I have found time to write and appreciate life.

Also, as an avid reader, and former typesetter with journalistic training, my vocation now is writer and author. Dorothy Sayers gets a lot of credit for my transformation. I so enjoyed her works, I decided to try my hand at writing a novel. It has been a wonderful adventure and excellent education.

With a wide range of reading interests, I lean towards mysteries, science-fiction, and non-fiction subjects like astronomy, geography and history for starters.

I enjoy the community of writers. I have known and meet many wonderful writers over the last 30 years and continue to meet more.

p.s. My author photo was taken at the Book Launch Party for Gina's Dream on the Day of the Dead holiday in Mexico, hence the skeleton.

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Review by: Sally Ember, Ed.D. on Nov. 17, 2013 : (no rating)
"Gina's Dream" is written is a somewhat dream-like style, which is appropriate for the theme. The premise is intriguing and the dialogue is mostly interesting.That and the story itself compelled this reader to keep turning the pages. Would have liked more character development and it's disappointing that some of the key scenes seem to occur "off stage," but overall, an interesting story. 3.5 stars.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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