Welcome to the Age of Aquarius

 

Tomorrow starts today.

I can’t believe that today is here. I’ve been planning for this release . . . waiting for this book . . . for a long time.

Today, the Age of Aquarius dawns.

Oh, and did I mention that today is also my fiftieth birthday? It is! I’m so excited to be entering into my sixth decade. I am so blessed, and I love my life, my family, my career so much . . . fifty really IS fabulous.

But let’s get to the big fun!

1967. It was the Summer of Love. But in the midst of peace and flower power, a group of hippies unleash an unspeakable horror that will threaten the future of the planet . . .
 
The King Series.
The Serendipity Series.
Recipe for Death Series.
 
Every battle. Every win. Every loss. All the intrigue, pain and mystery . . . it all leads here.
 
In the ultimate fight against an ancient and powerful evil, Carruthers agents join with old friends as well as new allies to save the world.
 
Tasmyn and Michael, Nell and Rafe, Jackie and Lucas—and of course, Cathryn Whitmore—all of them will risk their lives and futures to stop the dreaded Hive.

Some will live. Some will die. None of them will ever be the same.

Redeem yesterday. Survive today. Save tomorrow.

There are two versions of Age of Aquarius: one is the adult version, which includes some risqué scenes and adult language, and the other is the PG, young adult-friendly version. Both are available in ebook form at all vendors and in paperback form at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Walmart, Target and Books-a-Million.

AGE OF AQUARIUS (adult version) BUY IT HERE

AGE OF AQUARIUS (PG version) BUY IT HERE

Giveaway!

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Come party with us today!

It’s not a birthday without a party, right? Come enjoy mine today from 12 noon to 3 PM EDT right on Facebook. There will be guest authors, giveaways and more!

 

 

 

 

Have you read the other books in the Save Tomorrow World?

If not, you’re in luck. Two box sets are on sale for only 99 cents right NOW!

The King Series Box Set is the perfect entry point for this world. Everything started in a small town in Florida . . .

From USA Today bestselling author Tawdra Kandle comes the four-book box set of an intriguing series filled with magic and suspense. Readers of the Twilight books and the Black Mage series will fall in love with the secrets of this small town and its mystical inhabitants . . .

 

 

 

 

The Save Tomorrow Collection Box Set picks up where the King Series ends and carries the story through to Age of Aquarius.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enjoy the play list for Age of Aquarius . . . music by which we save the world!

Tawdra Kandle writes romance, in just about all its forms. She loves unlikely pairings, strong women, sexy guys, hot love scenes and just enough conflict to make it interesting. Her books include YA paranormal romance,  NA paranormal and contemporary romance, and adult contemporary and paramystery romance. She lives in central Florida with a husband, kids, sweet pup and too many cats. And yeah, she rocks purple hair.

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#AprilReadingChallenge: Favorite Male Character

Welcome to April! It’s my favorite month of the year . . . for many reasons. First, of course, it’s spring. When I lived in a more season-oriented climate, April was the first month when we could count on more warm days than cold ones. And it was the month of daffodils, tulips and forsythia. The air was filled with fragrance.

And April is *my* month–I celebrate my birthday on the 7th!

This year, I also have a huge release on that same day. AGE OF AQUARIUS goes live on the 7th.

So when I saw this reading challenge for April, I thought . . . why not?

April 5: Favorite Male Character 

Kill me now! I’m well-known for having ALL the book boyfriends, so don’t even think about making me only choose one.

Let’s start a list:

Cheney from Liz Schulte’s Easy Bake Coven series–just think YUM!

Dorian from Stephanie Nelson’s Gwen Sparks series–Death never looked so freaking HOT!! And yes, he is mine. Hands off.

Nicky from Olivia Hardin’s Shifty Businessthis was tough, because I am more than a little in love with all of Olivia’s men, but damn . . . Nicky just does it for me. Swooooon . . .

Ferric from Mandie Stevens’ Olde City Angels books but even more from her forthcoming series . . . wow, he makes being bad look soooooo good. I claimed Ferric first, and the rest of you are sore out of luck.

Rafe from Sarina Bowen’s The Shameless Hour  . . . I had a hard time choosing from Sarina’s leading men, because I also love Blake Riley and Griffin and Zach and . . . well, all of them. But Rafe is probably my favorite. Today, anyway. He is the nice guy with the most sizzle ever.

Tam from C.G. Powell’s Logic and Terra Stella books, but especially here in Ghosts of Yuletide Past. Tam is in high demand, but let’s just say *I* have the inside track when it comes to this man.

Christian from Melissa Lummis’s Love and Light series . . . this conflicted guy stole my heart, even when I didn’t like the things he did.

Owen from Ginger Scott’s Wild Reckless. He’s another sexy boy who just is so dang good at doing bad things. Or bad at doing good things. Or . . . all of the above. Just read the book. Seriously.

And who is my favorite of MY male characters? Hmmmm . . . I think it’s got to be Rafe. He was my first, and he’ll always have a place in my heart. Loved that I got to write so much of him in Age of Aquarius

#AprilReadingChallenge: A Cover You Love

Welcome to April! It’s my favorite month of the year . . . for many reasons. First, of course, it’s spring. When I lived in a more season-oriented climate, April was the first month when we could count on more warm days than cold ones. And it was the month of daffodils, tulips and forsythia. The air was filled with fragrance.

And April is *my* month–I celebrate my birthday on the 7th!

This year, I also have a huge release on that same day. AGE OF AQUARIUS goes live on the 7th.

So when I saw this reading challenge for April, I thought . . . why not?

April 4: A Cover You Love

I love so many covers! Eeeek, decisions, decisions . . .

Okay, let’s start with this one by Olivia Hardin. A Dangerous Season is one of my favorites of her books, and I just adore this cover.

And then there’s this one by Violet Howe. I love all three of the covers in this series!

 

 

And of course, I’m a little biased toward THIS cover, too! 

#AprilReadingChallenge: Blue Books

Welcome to April! It’s my favorite month of the year . . . for many reasons. First, of course, it’s spring. When I lived in a more season-oriented climate, April was the first month when we could count on more warm days than cold ones. And it was the month of daffodils, tulips and forsythia. The air was filled with fragrance.

And April is *my* month–I celebrate my birthday on the 7th!

This year, I also have a huge release on that same day. AGE OF AQUARIUS goes live on the 7th.

So when I saw this reading challenge for April, I thought . . . why not?

April 3: Blue Books

I’ll be honest–I have no idea what a blue book is, other than those horrid small notebooks we used for writing exams back in the good old days. So I decided to make up my own definition–a book that makes me cry. (Get it? Blue?)

The very first book that ever made me cry was By the Shores of Silver Lake by Laura Ingalls Wilder. When Jack died . . . let’s just say I still have my original copy of that book, and the page is still stiff from my tears. I’ve always been sensitive to animal loss!

The book that consistently makes me cry, from the first read through this very day, is Rilla of Ingleside. This is the last of the Anne books, and it takes place during World War I. It makes me ugly cry in two different parts . . . and happy cry at the end. If you haven’t read it, you totally should.

#AprilReadingChallenge: Favorite Children’s Books

Welcome to April! It’s my favorite month of the year . . . for many reasons. First, of course, it’s spring. When I lived in a more season-oriented climate, April was the first month when we could count on more warm days than cold ones. And it was the month of daffodils, tulips and forsythia. The air was filled with fragrance.

And April is *my* month–I celebrate my birthday on the 7th!

This year, I also have a huge release on that same day. AGE OF AQUARIUS goes live on the 7th.

So when I saw this reading challenge for April, I thought . . . why not?

April 2nd: Favorite Children’s Book

This is not easy! I’m going to fudge a little and give three answers:

  1. Favorite grade-school book: Mr. Pine’s Mixed Up Signs by Leonard P. Kessler (The book that taught me how to read!)
  2. Favorite middle-grade/chapter book: (This was REALLY tough!!) Look Through My Window by Jean Little. I fell in love with this story and read it over and over . . . I’m not sure if it was the idea of the big old house they moved into, or maybe the cousins coming to live with them (I always wished for a bigger family), but this story is warm, wonderful and amazing. If you haven’t read it, grab it NOW. Seriously. Life changing stuff here.
  3. Favorite young adult book: When I was in high school, we really didn’t have young adult books. We went from Laura Ingalls Wilder to the classics or adult lit. Of course, we had Judy Bloom and her forbidden book Forever, but that is in a class by itself. (Ahem.) My favorite young adult that I’ve read in the last five years would have to be Jesi Lea Ryan’s Arcadia series. I love book #2 especially.