I was therefore fortunate to be contacted recently by Weston Kincade, a fellow author, and editor, who pointed out a few slips here on the site. Thanks Weston!
With regards to his own work Weston has just revealed the cover for his forthcoming novel, Salvation. You can read about the process behind the creation of the cover here - http://www.authorwakincade.blogspot.com - as well as find out more about Weston, and his work.
As for Salvation, the second book in the Altered Realities series, here's the blurb ...
After surviving against Father Caesar Leodenin, PASTOR's trained shifter, and Lord Alain and his army of vampires, Madelin Boatweit and her friends seek shelter on a world where El Paso, Texas, is in ruins. Its skyscrapers are skeletons of their former selves. However, this small contingent of rebels haven’t fled far enough.
Roger Talbut, a Cajun gambler from New Orleans, survives their previous encounters with the help of Juno Paria, a rebel vampire from the royal Traditorian line, but has become what they are struggling against. As the Cajun fights his blood addiction, they are separated while shifting to another world.
Computer programmer Jedd Altran and Daniel Robertson, an ex-mercenary in search of redemption, manage to survive the collapse of an entire skyscraper, but are forced to follow the one man they are trying to escape, the false father Leodenin. This path leads to an oddly evolved culture where they violate the natural law of the land, face torture and execution, and begin to question everything they know to be true.
Set on saving those they left behind, Madelin must create a temporary home in an unusual winter wonderland then find her godfather and Daniel, for eventually the fight must be brought to the doorstep of PASTOR Agency, the black-ops department responsible for murdering countless people in the pursuit to control parallel worlds. Hundreds of children remain captive—lab rats to be studied and potential soldiers. Such atrocities cannot continue. At some point even the mouse must turn and fight.
Still striving for redemption and to find a balance, Madelin and her friends may just stumble onto their own salvation.