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SARA F. HATHAWAY: WITHOUT LAND SHOWCASES HOW A CHANGING PLANET CAN EFFECT GROUPS OF PEOPLE

The Changing Earth series by Sara F. Hathaway continues with book #2 Without Land. The novel was released on September 17, fifteen months after the first part Day After Disaster.
The dystopian adventure was valuated pretty high by the readers and received great feedback by Amazon’s reviewers. Now we’ve got a chance to meet one again with Sara F. Hathaway, who will unveil cool details about her writing and herself. Check out our first interview with her here.

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– Sara, what is your book Without Land about?

Without Land finds the heroin, Erika a young woman, wife and mother, from Day After Disaster struggling for survival in a new landscape. She thought America would let freedom reign forever but nine years after the Great Quake the reaction by the American Government was quite different. Erika and her family are left without land and confined to a refugee camp. They are caught between a yearning for the freedoms they used to take for granted and a will to fit in and excel in this new government construct that is attempting to maintain order amongst chaos.
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SARA F. HATHAWAY: MY BOOK REFLECTS UPON THE IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY

Sara Hathaway’s debut novel Day After Disaster was published in the Summer. The book was received very well with average 4.5 stars from 26 reviews. We’ve got a chance to speak with the author about the story and her next projects.

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– Sara, What is your book Day After Disaster about?
Day After Disaster is an apocalyptic, adventure novel, featuring a dynamic young woman, mother and wife, Erika, who is thrust into a world turned upside down by a series of natural disasters. Finding herself alone in a city mutilated by this disastrous situation, she must save herself. Once free of the city confines, she desperately tries to navigate through the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains to get back home to her family. Not knowing if they are alive or dead she must call on all of her survival instincts to plot a course through this broken environment.
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