January 15, 2014

 In a desperate attempt to escape execution, Sunny O’Donnell and Jack Kenner find a way out of the Pit and into a world still believed to be toxic with radiation.  Under the brilliant sun for the first time in their lives, they not only discover that earth has healed from nuclear war, but there are people living outside the Dome.

In Worlds Collide, the second book of the Sunset Rising trilogy, Sunny and Jack must continue a life of subterfuge in order to stay alive and find a way to free the Pit.  But in their attempt to save the urchins, they uncover the horrifying truth about President Holt and the evil he could unleash on the world.

Note to readers:  The storyline of Worlds Collide picks up exactly where Sunset Rising left off.  If you haven’t already read Sunset Rising, it is strongly recommended you do – and it’s on sale for just 99 cents on Amazon!

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About the Author: S.M. McEachern (also known as Susan) comes from the rocky shores of Canada’s East Coast. As a resident of Halifax during her early adult years, she attended Dalhousie University and earned an Honors Degree in International Development Studies with a focus on ocean development. Throughout her academic studies and early career, Susan had the privilege to study and work with Elizabeth Mann Borgese (daughter of nobel prize winner, Thomas Mann). An author in her own right and a political activist for world peace, Mrs. Mann Borgese played a significant influence on Susan’s view of the political world stage.

Now a mother of two and the wife of one (who is serving overseas), Susan currently resides in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa. She loves delicious hot beverages, wine and talking about herself in the third person. For writing inspiration, Susan likes to go on long walks with her iPod (Keane and Moby are among her favorites). “Sunset Rising” is her debut novel and the first of many she plans to write.

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