Book Blitz & Author Interview for Evacuation (The Seamus Chronicles # 2)

K.D. McAdams has released the second installment to The Seamus Chronicles this month. Check out this YA, post-apocalyptic series and enjoy an interview with this author!

EvacuationBlitzBanner

Evacuation (The Seamus Chronicles # 2)  by K. D. McAdams

Evac

Publication Date: March 7, 2014

Genres: Post-Apocalyptic, YA

3333e-goodreads-button

They have only one chance for survival, leave… the planet.

The virus that wiped out most of the human race is adapting to defeat the vaccine and kill the survivors. There is a government response protocol but it will kill them too, it involves a nuclear winter. The NASA scientists believe they can leave Earth and achieve faster than light travel, but Seamus doesn’t want to slog through space. He knows that to survive they have to go somewhere fast. To save them all he needs to invent a warp drive and evacuate the planet.

Purchase Evacuation

Amazon:Evacuation (The Seamus Chronicles)

B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/clarity-loretta-lost/1118759750?ean=9781496021816

About the Author 50 percent

KDK. D. McAdams writes stories about young people who make choices with their heart and not their head. ‘Don’t talk to strangers’ is the most common phrase in our house, I have failed several art classes and I can’t remember what I ate for breakfast. I have a son that loves to talk to strangers, my daughter is an incredible artist and I have another son that is a stickler for details with a near eidetic memory. We nurture our kids everyday with advice and information but deep down they all have an element of nature that overrides our nurturing and influences their choices. Kids who have the courage to follow their instinct and make their own choices are the ones who make life memorable.
Author links
Author Interview 50 percent
 
How did you get into writing?

As a stay at home father of three I was looking for an opportunity where I could make my own hours and work only on things that I loved. After trying my hand at a few different at home business ideas that I did not enjoy I started writing almost two years ago and I have loved every minute of it.

Who is your target audience?

My stories are for people ages 16 to 25. I think that starting in junior year of high school and going through our mid twenties we all struggle with choices about what are we doing, what are we supposed to do and what do we want to do.

What have you published to date? Do you write under a pseudonym?

I write under the name K. D. McAdams, not a pseudonym. My debut novel Annihilation – Book 1 of The Seamus Chronicles was published in 2013, the sequel, Evacuation – Book 2 of The Seamus Chronicles was published in March 2014.

If you are self-published, what led to this choice?

For me it came down to a question of control. As a self-published author I get to control all aspects of my business.

How would you review your book for readers who might be considering it?

The Seamus Chronicles is a twist on the post-apocalyptic story. One of the biggest problems the survivors face is that there’s no one left. Being one of the last humans alive on Earth causes them to reevaluate who they really are as people. There is action and intrigue but it is focused on the characters and their struggles as survivors.

If any of your books were to be made into films, who would you have as the lead actor(s)?

I see Seamus as a Jason Dolley character, Grace is someone like Brenda Song and Liam is definitely Jaden Smith (my son told me that’s who should play him). I can’t think of the frumpy middle aged white man to play the Dad.

What are you working on at the moment? Are you planning on another book?

I am currently writing Colonization – Book 3 of The Seamus Chronicles. I am also developing a new series called The Stewards of Humanity which is a Dystopian story of a sister and brother who were raised in very different worlds.

If you could invite three people from any era to dinner, who would you choose and why? What would you serve your guests or where would you dine?

I would invite Ben Franklin, Teddy Roosevelt and Jimmy Buffett to dinner at one of the great Streak houses of New York. I choose these three men because they all have a reputation as storytellers and people who enjoy life.

A special thank you to K.D. McAdams for the interview!

Start The Seamus Chronicles series (Click on the book cover to visit Amazon)

Advertisements

Share you thoughts with me!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s