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Pre-purchases for 'A World Without War: Unwanted,' novel by Rockingham native, begin Feb. 1

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ROCKINGHAM — T. Russell Parker, author of upcoming novel “A World Without War: Unwanted,” has announced early orders for his physical copy of the book.

The book will be available in paperback format in addition to the already announced Amazon Kindle ebook edition.

The early orders, which begin Feb. 1, will allow readers to get their hands on a physical copy ahead of the Feb. 29 ebook release date.

 

The physical edition will be available for early ordering on Feb. 1. Should a person order in the first week, their copy is expected to arrive on or before the release date.

 

If one were to buy the physical edition, they may buy the ebook edition at a reduced price with their Amazon account.

Links to Amazon can be found on trussellparker.weebly.com/store.

 

For those who want to purchase the book in person, Parker will have copies on hand for sale and will hold a signing in early March in Richmond County, North Carolina. Plans for the signing will be released at a later time.

About A World Without War: Unwanted

It’s been 700 years since The Peace Queen used her magic to stop all war in the world. Now, a new king of England has threatened that peace and the Warren family are deemed a threat to the country. With civil unrest breaking out, 16-year-old Rebecca and her sister are forced to flee to America to seek refuge. There, Rebecca faces the challenges of being the new girl at Capitol Street Academy, a private school funded by the Saturn Society who wants to hand over the sisters to the king. Rebecca has to fight bullies, teachers who are in the pockets of the Society, and the difficulties of magic.

But those things are the least of Rebecca’s concerns when someone mysterious attempts to kidnap her and her sister. It will be up to her to figure out who it is and if she can stop them before it’s too late.

About T. Russell Parker

Russell Parker is from Rockingham, North Carolina and raised by his two loving parents Terry Parker and Tammy Lampley. After graduating from Richmond Senior High School in 2015, Russell attended UNC Pembroke studying in Mass Communications-Broadcasting.

 

Russell never left Rockingham and works for The Richmond Observer as executive producer. In addition to writing, it has become a dream profession for him working in his community.