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Read Newdawn Roamers by Dominique Luchart @NewDawnDiaries #SciFi #TimeTravel #Prequel

Read Newdawn Roamers by Dominique Luchart @NewDawnDiaries #SciFi #TimeTravel #Prequel

Title Of Book: Newdawn Roamers: Prequel to the Newdawn Saga
By: Dominique Luchart
Genre: Science Fiction
Sub-Genre: Metaphysical Sci-Fi, Colonization, Time Travel

An unusual set of powers. A trip to a bygone era. If she can’t alter people’s minds, tomorrow will never dawn.
Ang City, 2093. Tesh is half-numb with grief. Leaning on the Earth’s guardian planetary AI for comfort after her parents’ brutal murder, the powerful orphan bides her time, avoiding tech implants to remain herself under a system at the hands of her nemesis. And while the Dainn System fights against global warming and a planet in turmoil, the Academy offers shelter and a way out as she lays a vengeful trap to retake what is rightfully hers. But that day never comes. Instead, the sought-after prodigy who hates using her mind-bending skills under the corrupt agenda of the Institute Conclave must accept the high-risk mission to time-travel into the past to prevent an apocalypse. When the verdict of the Counsel condemns her dog to death under the Anomaly’s threat looming over the planet, she tricks the System and betrays a friend to get Mage in her pod at the risk of her life and the mission…

Cut off from everything she’s ever known, Tesh awakens deep underground and uncertain of her task’s viability. Overcoming the distrust of her team is a challenge when five Conclaves must prove with their lives that they can pave a new tomorrow. But once she discovers someone has tampered with her memories, her churning emotions point to a frightening conclusion: Her only escape may lie in the very gifts she reviles…

Can she sort the lies from the truth before the planet’s last hope goes up in flames or will she lose her mind, heart and soul?

Origin, a program to save the future. One Action, ultimate mind control over billions. One Life to stop annihilation. A future no longer her own.

What People Are Saying:

5 Stars – “An addictively refreshing read. This is relatable and futuristic realism.”

5 Stars – “This thoughtful science fiction romance adventure that ties our world today to the world of tomorrow with climate change.”

5 Stars – “It’s always wonderful when you come across a real gem of a read.”

5 Stars – “The entire story makes the readers well connected with the concept of AI and modernized technology.”

5 Stars – “Very rich and engrossing, it is fast-paced, and the character development is very nicely done.”

Where to buy Newdawn Roamers: Prequel to the Newdawn Saga

Meet Dominique Luchart:

Dominique loves creating new worlds and getting lost in them, worlds we can escape into and have fun and wonder about the endless possibilities… Where we are allowed to hope for a better way, a better tomorrow, a better us… Worlds where our choices evoke the best in us so that we become everything we can be if we allow it and where challenges abound, although we are safe to be anything we want to be.

Welcome to the world of Newdawn, a place where we are stronger by uniting together to craft the future in a movement that defines tomorrow, shining a positive power ahead to see our planet, our species, and all lives around us not just survive but thrive.

Author Dominique Luchart was inspired by her desire to help people relate and envision our planet and our species in the challenges of the future and build the bridge between today and tomorrow.

As a writer, she draws on her legal background and as a futurist challenges barriers and conventions through science fiction. She lives between Los Angeles and Provence with her husband and two very adventurous cats.

Dr. Dominique Luchart, has a Juris Doctor Degree, and is an

author, director, producer in Hollywood and as the founder of Windom Media and WindHorse

Entertainment was involved in producing seven independent films which garnered worldwide distribution. The production experience of Dominique and her team includes work in Oscar, Emmy, and over 50 Addy Awards-winning projects. As a serial entrepreneur, she is an ultimate storyteller and sought-after universal futurist forecasting and prototyping our future as individuals and our world.

The Newdawn saga is more than a book, it’s a whole new universe!


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Pale Kings Illustrated Hardcover on Kickstarter

A special collector’s Illustrated Edition of the fantasy novel Pale Kings, Book 2 of the bestselling Emaneska Series.

The Book

Pale Kings is the second book in the Emaneska Series and the biggest book in this epic norse fantasy saga. It was originally published back in 2012, and continues the story of a powerful mage named Farden who is cursed with saving Emaneska from an ancient evil. There’s a s**tload more epic action in this sequel, large-scale battles, dragons, ever-present magic, monsters, more POVs, emotional drama, and lots of classic, epic fantasy goodness given a modern jolt.

We’re going to make the Pale Kings Illustrated Hardcover exactly like the last book, with new art by the same artist, same bindings and quality so it matches book one and they stay consistent. The only thing different will be the story and the colour. As you can see, we’re following the original colours of the Emaneska Series books and going BLUE.

The Pale Kings Illustrated Hardcover will have:
-brand new interior design ~450 pages
-9 custom colour illustrations by Denis Kornev
-2x colour maps by Soraya Corcoran
-foil stamped cover, spine and back
-blue sprayed edges
-signed, numbered and stamped page
-and maybe more if we hit our stretch goals

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June Archer’s Aim Digest – Official 2022 Survey

Updates from Archer’s Aim including the official 2022 Reader Survey, The Unseen Hand news, books by fantasy authors, and giveaways.


Before we get deeply into the newsletter, I wanted to mention there’s a newsletter survey at this link which you can use to provide me some of your thoughts about the newsletter. I’d be happy to hear from you and this short questionnaire should not take more than a few minutes of your time. I’ll report back on the results of the survey at a later time so you’ll be aware of any changes which might be made in the future. Thanks in advance for your time. Now for the rest of the newsletter!

It’s that time of year when everyone is taking summer vacations. My wife and I recently went to Chattanooga, TN to enjoy time on some interesting rides.

First, we took an evening riverboat cruise on the Tennessee River. I’ve been on one of these several times in the past, but I took this opportunity to observe activity during the cruise in case I want to depict something similar in one or two of my book series, namely The Cursed Mage Case Files or The Black Glove Assassin.

Next, we went on a couple of different train rides. Likewise, I used some of the time to take note of the surroundings and even the sway of the train cars underfoot.

The first train excursion was a dinner on a dining car where the meals were prepared on the train. It was a short couple of hours but both the food and the service were excellent. I was very interested in the movement of the staff in narrow confines and even witnessed a spill on the next table. The waiter was newer and less experienced handling a tray with the movement of the train. However, during the clean-up a more experienced waiter handled a tray expertly with one hand while removing the sodden tablecloth with the other. Quite a feat. I’ve made notes for a similar event to occur should I need it in a book.

The second train trip was a longer one of about five hours that traveled along the Hiawassee River past a power plant, within view of a dam, and along the the famous loop around a mountain. The route included crossing over and under the railway first through a narrow ravine then back around the mountaintop and over the tracks on a trestle. This stretch as built to go over a mountain more economically.

The rail car was originally built for cross-country travel and afforded an upper level for observation and the excursion traveled through remote and scenic terrain. This ride in the observation car gave me a view of the narrow sleeping quarters once used by travelers. I’ve been in a sleeper car previously for a trip in the UK, so it brought back a few memories.

Overall, I gained some solid details to use in either of the aforementioned series. I was reminded of Brandon Sanderson’s Allow of Law Trilogy where train travel was a central part of the story in one of the books, featuring a fight through several of the rail-cars. Something to consider for the future!

News about The Unseen Hand:

Meanwhile, I’ve been working on The Unseen Hand and I’m still targeting 6/15 for a completion date for preparation of release in the next few months. I’m thinking of a major pre-release of this book and the third one, The Nine Jewel Heist coupled with a re-release of The Order of the Dark Rose.

This event will be extended for several weeks and I anticipate revealing the details which should be special for fans before these two new books are released on even Amazon. My plans will likely generate several special messages so keep a eye out for those. This will be a pre-release, and regular release over several months but should provide some excellent opportunities for you to take part.

In other news

Additionally, I’m planning a pre-release event of The Bow of Hart Saga into print distribution later this summer. I’ll communicate the details in the next several weeks with an opportunity for you to provide feedback on the event before it ever starts. If all goes well, you’ll have a chance at some special editions and other perks ahead of wide print distribution to bookstores. I’ll make sure you have plenty of notice about the feedback phase.

Other projects include the following books:

A Charm in the Hand, the first book of The Black Glove Assassin should be finished will be finished with the current phase of revision the first week of June and sent to my editor. The hope is to release the book by December which will likely be part of a larger pre-release event too. I’m pleased with the progress made on this book and look forward to engaging the final phases of completion during the summer.

All Things Forgotten, book one of Treasure Stolen – Returned took up much of the last week of work in May. My hope was to meet a goal for a promotion submission, but that did not happen. However, the book is now much further along to the extent that it has entered my publication schedule for this year, and inclusion with an extended pre-release and release event too.

My publication priorities remain in order:

  • The Bow of Hart Saga in print with a pre-release event – mid to late Summer
  • Books two and three of The Cursed Mage Case Files with a re-release of The Order of the Dark Rose all including print distribution using an extended pre-release and release schedule to be communicated. Occurring during the late Summer and throughout the Fall season.
  • All Things Forgotten, book one of Treasure Stolen – Returned with print as part of a pre-release and release schedule to be communicated. This is on-track for October, but we’ll see…
  • A Charm in the Hand, book one of The Black Glove Assassin with print as part of a pre-release and release schedule to be communicated. Late November or early December depending on my editor’s schedule.

Featured Books & Authors:

I haven’t included this feature in the newsletter in a while, but I think it’s a good time to bring it back!

R. M. Schultz, Knights, Witches, and Murder, Book 1 of A Calec of the Woods Mystery Thriller

This is a book I’ve started recently and I like the style of the work. Here’s a look at the cover and blurb:

In a land where the wolf wind and mists roam like ghosts, the conflicted son of a witch was knighted by the king. Knighted to repay a debt to his father.

His name is Calec.

He alone holds knowledge from both the knighthood and the mysterious witches of the woods.

When the king’s sheep are found lying in the snow, riddled with black rashes and hemorrhagic eyes, Calec is summoned to discover the reason for their deaths. Then, as human victims arise in the city, Calec uncovers an eerie string of clues. He seeks the aid and determination of pious Eristin—his betrothed and niece of the king—but to catch the murderer they must find answers, answers hidden beneath a web of secrets ensnaring the royal family, a witch, an innkeeper, a priest, and a former thief.

And Calec never suspected he’d have to choose between the only two things he’s ever loved.

Heidi Skarie, Star Rider on the Razor’s Edge, the first book of a space opera series.

I’ve also recently started this book and enjoyed the opening. I’m looking forward to reading the entire book. Here’s a look at the cover and the blurb:

He wanted to rule the stars. He shouldn’t have murdered her family…

Toemeka Ganti won’t rest until the universe is rid of the sinister sorcerer-deity who killed her parents. Working undercover to liberate a peaceful people from his ruthless usurper, she attempts to develop a weapon that can break through the tyrant’s shields. But she’s barely begun her work when she’s captured by the despot’s dark agents.

Rescued by a mysterious and handsome warrior-priest, Toemeka and her team join forces with the planetary resistance. But without her device to knock out the enemy defenses, their budding rebellion could swiftly be crushed. And her time to complete it has almost run out…

Can Toemeka free an oppressed planet and light a spark of hope throughout the galaxy?

John Hundley’s The Draculata Nest, book 1 of The Red Wolf Saga which I’m just starting. Here’s the cover and blurb of the book:

A lone wolf. A nest of vampires. Can he find the monster who turned his girlfriend before he loses her forever?

Lone wolf Clifford Crane is grieving the death of the lover who transformed him. Without her in it, he wants nothing more to do with her world or her pack.

Trying to find a new purpose in life, he returns to college. But when he rescues a beautiful young classmate from a vampire, he finds himself at the center of a feud between rival nests of the undead.

Danielle has been bitten. To save her he’ll have to track down and kill the one who did it. In a city teeming with bloodsuckers, that’s no easy task. He’ll need help from a powerful vampire. And that help comes with a price.

Can Clifford find the fiend he seeks in time to save her? Or will they both become pawns in a game of supernatural intrigue, a game where the losers die?

Herman Hunter’s initial book, The Revenant and the Tomb is another book that I’m digging into (yes, I’m getting around lately with reading). Here’s his cover and blurb if you’re interested:

In a seedy tavern, two men meet.

One, an old and seasoned guide who knows the way to a tomb where riches are rumored to exist. A place somewhere on the fabled mountain called the Horn of Torgiv, in a region notorious for evil things and dark deeds.

The other is a mysterious young man named Halsedric, who seeks something other than wealth. What he seeks is something old, dark, and diabolical.

What waits in the dark depths of the tomb? And will it lead to their ruin?

Journey to the Horn of Torgiv and discover the dark secret hidden beneath the gray stone of the mountain.

I plan on taking a gander at Stephen Peeple’s The King’s Son, Volume 1. Here’s the blurb and cover:

A spear and sorcery fantasy about power, secrets, and betrayal.

A prophecy declares the king’s son will bring peace to the land. He will remove the yoke from the people’s shoulders and the fear from their hearts.

The night the boy is born, Faelan receives orders that threaten the child’s life. He must choose to either follow his assignment or secure a brighter future for the people.

Alliances will be tested, secrets may or may not be kept, and the future of Minnland will hang in the balance.

A Few Final Notes

I’m moving announcements into text format as much as possible so, with that in mind, I’ve started a text subscription since it’s faster and less time-consuming to read. If you’re interested, here’s the sign-up.

Monthly Question for Marston’s Station: Have you read Sanderson’s Alloy of Law Trilogy? If so, did you enjoy the train scenes? Share your answers with a reply or in Marston’s Station.


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Until next time with my best wishes,


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