Brighton Publishing signs author V. V. Vaymin for The Great Storms

Stitching together a classic science fiction, techno thriller with apocalyptic terror, V. V. Vaymin challenges the Sci-Fi masters
 
 
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Feb. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- CHANDLER (AZ)—Author V. V. Vaymin has signed with Brighton Publishing for her debut novel, The Great Storms. It’s one of the most promising Sci-Fi novels since the early works of Scott Baker, Steven King, and other masters of the genre. The Great Storms will be available first in eBook this summer at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and wherever eBooks are sold. The print release is slotted for fall 2012.

From the richness of her literary imagination author Vaymin creates a Sci-Fi thriller taking the reader from the quiet suburbs of Naples, Florida to a futuristic jungle where the world as we know it has become a twisted nightmare of humanities’ faults.  

The last thing twenty-seven-year-old Lydia Miller remembered was being in Naples, Florida. Hurricane Vita had been raging, but now Lydia finds herself in a small hut. A hut filled with people she doesn’t recognize. They have questions but so does she. She can’t find her seven-year-old son and no one has seen him. Suffering from amnesia, Lydia attempts to piece things together. She believes her ex-husband may be involved. However, the more she sees and the more Xavier, a young man from the village, explains the more Lydia begins to question her sanity. This jungle has no patience for the weak minded—and the jungle isn’t the only thing to fear.

“No, nobody was alive. I mean, it’s the Burial Site. We thought she was dead at first. I did see a young boy, but by the decay I think he was dead.”

“V. V. Vaymin’s novel is a worthy competitor, challenging the throne of the Sci-Fi greats,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “Taking a sharp turn from the garden variety Sci-Fi work, The Great Storms heads off in an unexpected and fearsome direction keeping the reader engaged from beginning to end and begging for more.”

V. V. Vaymin is a prolific writer and has been published in the Michigan Science Teachers Association Journal and holds a degree in Liberal Arts and a certificate from the Institute of Children’s Literature.

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