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A Labor of Love: Eleanor

I took a couple of years to write Generation Neon. That included outlining, writing, and editing. It felt like a lifetime, and I was happy to be done with it.

Jason Gurley, an author acquaintance, has been working on his epic fantasy, Eleanor (click for Amazon pre-order), for thirteen years.

That’s a labor of love.Eleanor

After countless writes and rewrites, he has finally finished Eleanor, a story that he has worked so long and so hard to tell. The result will be available late June for all to purchase.

If you are amazed at the cover, know that not only is Jason a talented writer, he is also a talented designer. A double threat. He created this amazing cover, which gives a haunting atmosphere to his story.

Here is the book blurb:

1985. The death of Eleanor’s twin sister tears her family apart. Her father blames her mother for the accident. When Eleanor’s mother looks at her, she sees only the daughter she lost. Their wounded family crumbles under the weight of their shared grief.

1993. Eleanor is fourteen years old when it happens for the first time… when she walks through an ordinary door at school and finds herself in another world. It happens again and again, but it’s only a curiosity until that day at the cliffs. The day when Eleanor dives… and something rips her out of time itself.

And on the other side, someone is waiting for her.

The book blurb, like the cover, continues the otherworldly sensation. I had the fortune of reading an early beta copy and can confidently say that the story will delight you. So if you are looking for a good fantasy, then look no further than Jason Gurley’s Eleanor, available for pre-order.