GIVEAWAY & Blog Tour ~ Dragon Rising by Rachel Fisher


A Themed Tour through Prism Book Tours.

Dragon Rising
by Rachel E. Fisher
YA Dystopian

In his freshman year at Columbia University, future journalist Asher Grey is forced to face his darkest demons when the world falls to pieces. A champion Tai Chi swordsman, he will be tested to his limits just to survive. With a heavy heart and swift hand, he must reach deep inside himself to discover what it means to be a Dragon.

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The Eden’s Root Trilogy
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(Eden’s Root Trilogy #3)

About Rachel Fisher

I am a wife and entrepreneur living and working in Florida. I am also a graduate of Mount Holyoke College, where I majored in Biology. It was always my assumption that I would end up making research my life. Though it did not work out that way in the end, my passion for Biology remains intact.

I have always loved biology-based science-fiction and the young adult genre. It is in this vein that I offer my work.

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Tour-Wide Giveaway

$20 Amazon Gift Card and an ebook of Dragon Rising
19 ebooks of Dragon Rising
Ends October 12th

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Follow the Tour:

September 29 – Launch

September 30
Kelly P’s Blog
Coffee, Books, & Art
Christy’s Cozy Corners
Buried Under Books
Hope to Read

October 1
Fundinmental
Colorimetry

October 2
SBM Book Obsession
My Life, Loves and Passion
Pieces of Whimsy

October 3
Dalene’s Book Reviews
Letters From Annie (Douglass) Lima
Brooke Blogs
The Written Adventure

October 5 – Grand Finale

Excerpt 4

Excerpt in Asher’s Journal:

June 4, 2033

Body count – 37: 15 men, 18 women, 4 children.
Days without food – 4.5
Days without sleep – 3
Temperature – Surface of the Sun

By now nearly everyone’s gone that’s going to leave. I have no idea how many people are still in the City, but it’s kind of hard to conduct a census, given that those of us that are left keep trying to kill each other. I’ve seen a few families and thought about asking to join them, but when you watch Jane Hatfield Mommy shoot June McCoy Mommy in the head over food, you tend to back away.

Just sayin’…

You know what’s weirdest?

The quiet.

When the wind blows you can hear signs clatter and slap, and trash cartwheels from sticking point to sticking point, but there’s nothing else.

When I first moved here last fall I never admitted that I was nervous. It’s not like I’d ever really left Chicago. But that first night, when sirens floated up from the streets I slept with a smile on my face. It felt like home.

Now it’s a silent, sticky wasteland.

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