Book Spotlight | XII: Genesis by Jason Rowe & Brian Palmer | Worldwide Release

Ladies and gentlemen, I am pleased to announce the release of Jason Rowe & Brian Palmer's

XII: Genesis
Jason Rowe & Brian Palmer
Publication Date: December 12, 2012
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Book Description
A century after the world was predicted to end, it was indeed reborn. Under the leadership of the Overseer of New Earth, minds were united, diseases were cured, population centers minimized mankind’s footprint, and the remainder of the planet was turned over to the will of nature. War was eradicated, the world embraced one religion, and the New Era began.

But darkness rises now, mistaken for a mere shadow cast by the bright light of human progress. It is the time of which the ancients foretold. It is the time when all things must end. It is the time of The Twelve.

Six men and six women representing all creeds and colors are supernaturally gifted, but the unlikeliest of heroes. They are barely old enough to be considered adults by the world’s standards, but still they are called.

Only they can stand against the growing darkness, but will they stand together?
One-third of all net proceeds will be donated to a non-profit organization that is fighting to rescue women and young girls from the sex trafficking trade in Mumbai, India.

Author Bios
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Jason Rowe is a published nonfiction writer and journalist, and has been a creative writer professionally for nearly 20 years. Jason fist had the vision for the XII saga back in 2001, but it was only after sharing the vision with friend and co-worker, Brian Palmer, in the summer of 2008 that the two decided to join creative forces and give birth to this eight-book series which includes an imagined future earth, a daunting cast of heroes and villains, and the underlying message of the series as a whole.
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Brian has been a creative freelance writer for print and online publications in the music, literary, film and sports worlds since 2004. He graduated with a degree in English and a special emphasis in creative writing from the University of Puget Sound in 2000. The XII saga is unlike creative endeavor he has ever participated in, and it thrills him to no end.

Happy Book Birthday! 

I'm also happy to see that the authors are going to donate a third of the book sales to a really, really good cause. So, kudos to them.

I'm quite excited to read this book - there are 12 different main characters to choose from and I can't wait to know which one I'd cheer for. So, watch out for my review, boys and girls.

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