Hey! I’ve been out for a bit, buried up to my neck in telephone wires (long story), but our dear little sister sent us another piece of art work. I’m literally blown away at her talent, especially considering her age. Book Two is well underway, with a hopeful release date of early Spring in 2016. Remember, if you order the paperback version of Windmill Keepers off of Amazon, you can get the e-book version for only $0.99.
“We lived in God’s blind spot.“
Want a story about child slavery, a genius girl, and a daring plot to escape? Like to save money? If so, you’ll love this announcement…
It’s time for a sale!! Starting on September 22nd at midnight, the e-book version of Windmill Keepers will be available for only $2.99 on Amazon! The sale ends midnight, September 29th, so get it while you can, and don’t forget to review on Goodreads. 🙂
Hey everyone! The paperbacks are IN!!! You can buy them HERE for $9.99. We’re pretty excited to finally see them in a non-digital form. If you want to help spread the word about Windmill Keepers, be sure to review the books on Goodreads or Amazon (or both!).
Thanks to everyone that helped to make this a reality. Despite all the roadblocks and low moments I’ve experienced this year, it’s been amazing. In only eight months, I’ve had three lifelong dreams come true. I can’t wait to see what’s next.
Hey guys! I.Kemp here of the A.I.Kemp partnership now announcing that Windmill Keepers: Book One is finally available for worldwide purchase through the Amazon Kindle Store! You may buy the book HERE!! for $5.99 or read it for free with Kindle Unlimited!
“The Windsor Miller Corporation has taken over the turbines of Europe and is set to eliminate their competition with cheap energy. Unknown to their consumers, the root of the company’s success lies in their social service program. Throwaway children are forced to maintain the colossal windmills with no regard for their safety or lives. Sickness, abuse, and bloody accidents are a dark reality for these children, known as Keepers.
When her father suddenly dies, Kite Lyons is resigned to spend her life as a slave to one of Windsor’s windmill farms. As a sixteen-year-old Keeper, Kite has two years left before she is moved to a Windsor factory. But when an accident claims the life of a close friend, the trauma of her companion’s death drives Kite to make a bold decision. Armed with a set of notes and the genius mind she inherited from her father, Kite teams up with her four mill mates to craft a daring escape plan. But the road to freedom is filled with detours, and before Kite can save anyone, she must come to terms with her greatest loss and find the courage to defy an oligarchy.”
We would like to thank everyone who made this possible, including all the friends, family, professors, and classmates throughout the years who encouraged and criticized. We’d also like to thank Nadège Richards who did a beautiful formatting job and our editor Shannon Thompson.
We are currently working with Create Space to release a paperback version that is scheduled to come out in the next coming month and be available for $9.99. Please stay tuned for further details on that announcement!