Galveston, TX (PRWEB) August 12, 2004
Critically acclaimed collaborative novelists S. Bond Herndon & Heather Hyde-Herndon announce the launch of their official website, http://www.HerndonBooks.com, in correlation with the pre-order announcement of "Into the Blue," their first novel for release.
The website features extensive information about "Into the Blue", the authors and their current works in progress.
Visitors to the website will enjoy taking part in interactive casting polls, voting for their favorite choices to represent "Into the Blue" on the big screen.
S. Bond Herndon and Heather Hyde-Herndon have been invited to a multi-author book signing in San Francisco in November, as well as invited to appear at "Dickens on the Strand" on Galveston Island in December. They are also in negotiations with a nationwide retail outlet for multiple store/city appearances and book signings.
Media outlets can contact The Herndons for the current password to obtain their downloadable media kit at [email protected]
"Into the Blue" synopsis: A passageway has opened into a realm meant to be visited only after death: The Blue.
Novelist Jake Conroy dies and is resuscitated, shattering the veil that has blinded him from the blue and finding a companion in a ghost named Spoons.
They retreat to Texas' Bolivar Peninsula and are joined by Jessie, a stripper on the run from Shank Thorbern...Lacy, Jake's mystifying editor...and Dale, his longtime friend and agent.
With Spoons as his guide, Jake embarks upon a journey to uncover the ancient truth that threatens everyone close to him.
Isolated on a stormy beach, they brace themselves against the evil masquerading as Shank. And from a vast chamber filled with the strength of centuries, Jake prepares to lead them all Into the Blue.
"Into the Blue" is a supernatural thriller set on the Texas Gulf Coast. The novel features vibrant characters and action-packed story.
The San Francisco Chronicle exclaims:
"Even more than most veteran authors, The Herndons have mastered the art of turning out a book you just can't put down."
The San Francisco Chronicle's review of "Into the Blue" will be featured in September 2004, upon the novel's official release.
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