Free Ebook in Memory of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Photo by Aaron, via Flickr

Photo by Aaron, via Flickr

70 years ago the Atomic Bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In remembrance of this event, I am giving away my ebook, Buying Time, from Aug. 6-9.

Set during the Cold War era of Ronald Reagan, Star Wars Defense Strategy and MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction), this novel is the story of seven peace activists, their efforts to halt the nuclear weapons build up and how their actions affected those around them. Get a glimpse into this subculture within the American culture.

I’m also offering the print version at a reduced price. Follow the link and enter the discount code Z63MCCYK to receive at 25% discount at the CreateSpace estore. Fifty percent of the profit from books sold during this time will go to Pax Christi Michigan to support their efforts for peace.

“Buying Time” is a fictionalized account of a small group of anti-nuclear peace activists in the ‘80s. Driven by a passionate regard for peace, they put their lives, reputations and families on the line. As the doomsday clock advances, each “peace warrior” makes costly personal sacrifices in a bid to postpone apocalypse. Patricia Robertson’s book takes the reader down the little-trod path of heroic sacrifice in the name of faith and action. Ken Wyatt, retired editorial writer, Jackson Citizen Patriot (Michigan).

For ebook, click here.

For print copy, click here.

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