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Sandra's debut novel, Promised Soul, was released in 2015 by Fountain Blue Publishing. A short story, Not Worth Saving, was published in New Zenith Magazine's 2016 fall issue. She also has had several sports articles published in a local newspaper. She holds a professional membership with the Canadian Author Association and is a member of Writers' Ink.
Sandra lives with her husband and two young adult children in a rural setting in Eastern, Ontario. She is currently working on Book 3 of the Escape Series.
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Will April remember her past, her sister? Will she have the courage to leave? And if she does, where will she go?
Experience through April’s eyes her struggle to remember and her determination to escape in this sci-fi, post-apocalyptic, suspense story.
April and Beth have escaped, and their captor is dead. Freedom is in their grasp - if only they knew where they were.
With some memories returning, April and Beth struggle to find answers to their questions. What they know is that they’ve been vaccinated against a strange virus. But what happened to their family, and to the rest of the world?
As they head out, they stumble onto the compound where their nightmare began, but the empty building only brings more mystery into their lives. Soon, they encounter others wandering on the numerous trails throughout the woods. For April, finding her family is priority one; for Beth, it's sticking to the trails.
How can April ever convince her to leave the forest... and why are they being hunted?
April and her family have returned to the place where her nightmare began. It’s bad enough that she feels trapped by a building, a virus, and the upcoming winter, but the indistinguishable whispers in her head hold her captive as well.
For April, remembering is reliving the events in her life every day - good and bad. When she discovers that the voice in her head is Cecil’s, she turns to her parents for a solution. Somehow, he implanted secrets deep in her subconscious. April suspects they are clues to solving the virus he created.
But someone else knows about the secrets trapped in April’s head, and they have a plan of their own. Will April’s parents get to the information, or will someone from April’s past get there first? And can April learn to cope with these memories, or will they drive her crazy?