Sami, a Thanksgiving Story

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. It’s practically the only holiday where you know what everyone is doing: cocooning up with family and friends for a turkey dinner.

Did you know that Sami is a thanksgiving story? Well it is. And it and begins with a rare treat: a Thanksgiving dinner, with Simma and Miz Murphy, down deep in Far Northend, the toughest neighborhood in all of tunnel Tee Four.

Sami has little to give thanks about, except maybe for her dog, Scout, a tunnel stray who adopted Sami. Her mom and dad are long since dead, and her friends, Sef and Glyn, vanished without a trace, over a year ago, or were chased from the tunnel by the Judge. Now her dearest pal, Simma, was leaving, too, to live under the water in tunnel Tee Two, with her mom and her mom’s new boyfriend.

But through it all, “Sami” is an adventure of courage and hope, as she seeks answers and uncovers a mystery that spans worlds.

In honor of the holiday, I have discounted the Kindle version of “Sami” to 99 cents for this week only! (That’s $3 off regular price, for the math-challenged among you.) This offer ends December 2.

And if you buy the paperback (like, you know, as a present for someone special who likes a good sci-fi story), you get to keep the digital version for free!

Thanks for reading!



About HSStOurs

H. S. St. Ours is the author of the Water Worlds young adult science fiction, apocapunk adventure series. He lives and writes in Maryland. "Water Worlds is a saga of the terraforming of the planets of the inner solar system, as seen through the eyes of generations of young women. I wrote this series especially for young women, because I believe there is a paucity of good SF for them in particular."
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