Monday, March 10, 2014

The Day the Sun Cried, A Spacecoast Adventure by Lizbeth Novelliere

Nick Roma and new love Rachel Moreau, Nick’s brother Jack and Jack’s cardiologist wife Melinda, create unlikely bonds to survive after a worldwide catastrophic solar event. Would the region descend into chaos and strife or rise above intractable inconveniences to create a new, ordered society? You’ll find yourself wondering how you and your loved ones would face such a challenge.

 About the Author

Author Lizbeth Novelliere was living in Merritt Island, Florida, not far from the Kennedy Space Center when she wrote The Day the Sun Cried, A Spacecoast Adventure. During a hurricane, her work as a hospital critical care respiratory therapist gave inspiration to the story. She realized should the predicted solar super storm happen in the near future, our emergency systems, hospitals, GPS systems, electrical grids, and the normalcy of our daily existence would be severely challenged. Computers, satellites, gasoline pumps, even flush toilets wouldn’t work. Edward Deming’s “Just in Time” philosophy could leave essential facilities short of basic necessities with no way to restock.

Lizbeth is a member of the Space Coast Writer’s Guild and a graduate of Palm Beach State College. She is the widowed mother of three adult children, and a world traveler. She lived in several countries where self-sufficiency was the way of life. The Day the Sun Cried is her first novel. A sequel is in the

 The Day the Sun Cried is available from Terra Sancta Press.

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