Sunday, 15 June 2014

Autumn Seigel Take Over



Hi! I'm Autumn Seigel and I'm a writer of mostly Paranormal/Science Fiction/Romance. Sometimes I write all 3 genres into one book! I'm from Wapakoneta, Ohio! Home of Neil Armstrong (First Man of the Moon) and Kent Boyd (Dancer from So You Think You Can Dance). I'm a new author and it's great to meet others like myself!

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I would like to share with you my debut novel! This is my first time publishing ever so I would like to share what my book is about!

In 2018, Climate Change has taken a drastic turn for the worse. The planet is getting warmer. Waters are rising and the weather is like the Joplin, Missori tornado. The government developed a project that would make certain groups of humans capable of living in these harsh climates. However, not everyone knows this project exists. In Ohio, a school had closed it's doors only to open again to become a secret school for "talented" students. A group of 20 students (all under the age of 20) are bred like the military and each one has a special gift. Follow the journey of 17 year old Arianna Montgomery as she finds out what her gift is and how she learns secrets from her past.


"ReAwaken" Coming soon August 18, 2014



Climate Change is happening today. The Weather Channel says if we reduce the temperature by 2 degrees by 2018 then it wont get worse.

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What is your current book boyfriend? Mine is Neeko from Missing Pieces by Tiffany Flowers.


What are your most favorite movies of all time? Mine is ET: Extra Terrestrial! :)


ReAwaken Excerpt


As we entered the sliding doors, a young woman approached us with a clipboard. She looked at me and smiled brightly.

“Follow me, experiment sixteen,” she beamed, and Mark released me as she placed a hand on my back.“We'll take good care of you.”

Mark turned and left the building without another word or look.

I looked down, my arms at my sides. I started feeling the cold breeze against my neck again and fought the urge to look around.

The Infirmary looked more like a research lab than a hospital wing. Computers covered each inch of table and desk. All blank screens.

Everything was a sterile white. The walls, floor, and ceiling. There was a strong chemical smell in the air, probably cleaning chemicals. My nose wrinkled and my stomach churned. I never liked the smells in the Infirmary.

We steered around a corner and finally reached the examination room. The woman opened the door and let me inside.

“Your nurse will be in momentarily,” She said before shutting the door in my face.

I walked over to the cot on the side of the door and sat on the foot of it. I laced my fingers together nervously, playing scenarios of what they might do in my head.

I jumped when the door opened, revealing an older woman.

This woman had long hair, the same shade of brown as me but pulled back. When she turned towards me, she had the same moss green eyes.

I wanted to say something to her. To ask her why she looked so much like me. But kept my mouth shut. 

The woman touched my shoulder and pushed me towards the cot. I leaned into it and watched her movements. I could see her hands shaking slightly as she pulled on a pair of latex gloves. Then, she started to fill a syringe with clear liquid as she spoke.

“We heard that you had an emotion strike, Sixteen,” she said, her voice calm. “Don't worry, though, we will take good care of you.”

She gave me a gentle smile as she placed the syringe on a metal cart with gauze and a brown colored bottle. She pours some of the brown liquid into the gauze and rubbed it in the crevice of my elbow. The liquid became cold against my skin and I wrinkled my nose at the smell of the alcohol.

My heart raced in my chest and I knew she could tell by the look on my face.

“Just relax and close your eyes,” She whispered as she tapped the syringe. “It will all be over soon.”

I didn't close my eyes. I watched her facial expressions as my vision started spotting at the edges, the clear liquid taking immediate effect.

Tears...Tears were forming in her eyes. My hands formed into fists. I wanted to ask her why she had tears in her eyes but couldn't form the words.

My vision slowly turned black as I fell into unconsciousness...


Okay, I don't have any cover reveals or giveaways right now but keep an eye out on my page and I will do all those things! It was nice talking to you all. Thanks for having me do my first ever blog takeover with you guys! :)

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