In a bleak future world, Trevor Grant transmits creative dreams to wealthy clients. One night the vision turns into murder, and to Trevor's horror, the morning news reports that exact crime. Did he create the dream, or did a rogue dream spinner intrude?
To figure it out, Trevor links with the company's latest class of trainees. Stalking another victim night after night escalates toward murder. Which of the network partners is creating it? Or might Trevor possess a split personality that shares his own brain?
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About the Author
On entering first chapter novel contests, Joan has won 1st place awards from two large organizations: Writers' League of Texas (at Austin) for Arturo el Rey, and Houston Writers' Guild for Dream Shifters.
Joan was especially honored to have won the 2012 award from the Barbara Burnett Smith Mentoring Authors Foundation. Each year this award goes to a "writer who has demonstrated excellence and inspired others to perform at their best."
After she brings a piece to the best stage she can, she turns it over to a trusted critique group. To find out more about her and to get a peek at her published work (including free sample first chapters and book trailers), visit her website: www.JoanUptonHall.com .
Books by Joan Upton Hall
Excalibur Regained (futuristic fantasy-suspense trilogy) Arturo el Rey (2003), The Shadow of Excalibur (2007), and Arturo's Grail (2013)
Grand Old Texas Theaters That Won't Quit (nonfiction, 2002)
Just Visitin' Old Texas Jails (nonfiction, 2007)
Ghostly Tales from America's Jails (nonfiction anthology, 2007)
Dream Shifters (futuristic mystery novel, 2012) -first of series (Dream Hunter coming soon)
Rx for Your Writing Ills: Self-editing for Creative Writers (reference manual, 2013)
100+ Tips: Demystifying Writers' Demons (reference manual, coming soon)