Streaking Donkey Books Releases Science-Fiction Novel

New Hampshire resident, Jayne Lytle, releases her second book, “Euroswydd’s Caverns,” a 352 page novel.
Euroswydd's Caverns
Euroswydd's Caverns
Feb. 18, 2008 - PRLog -- All appeared to be going according to plan when signals of unknown origin were detected on planet Threa’s surface.  A surface believed devoid of life.

The Four Caretakers—natives of Casyo—must locate, identify, and neutralize the threats without compromising Threa’s violent attempts to return to health or the safety of the deep sea Caverns and their unique inhabitants.

In addition to aquatic Beings of unexpected sophistication, off-world Beings able to transmit through Threa’s maelstrom join forces with the Casyoan shape shifters to resolve the crisis.

Will chaos triumph and take over—dooming to failure the rescue operation known throughout the connected Universes as Euroswydd’s Caverns?

About the Author

Jayne Lytle, originally from New York, resides in North Stratford where she is pursuing a full-time writing career.  Her background in marine biology, herbs, and Reiki contribute to her current tale, Euroswydd’s Caverns.  She has written articles for The Herb Quarterly and Organic Producer, columns for The Advocate, a community newspaper in Edgewood, New Mexico, and in Natural Times, a Tallahassee co-op publication.  Recently, Jayne Lytle has received Honorable Mention awards from Writer’s Digest in both fiction and nonfiction categories.  Euroswydd’s Caverns is Jayne Lytle’s second book.

For more information contact Jayne Lytle at 603-922-5032,

Books can be purchased directly by visiting  Copies can also be ordered at your local bookstore with the ISBN: 978-0-615-18840-9.

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