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Spoken Word: What the Bones Say

Spoken Word: What the Bones Say July 12, 2017Leave a comment

Tonya R. Moore is a Jamaican writer of speculative fiction–short stories, web serials, and novelettes. Currently living in Florida, she is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and English with a concentration in Fiction.

I’m very excited to announce the subj-project that I have in development right now.

The Spoken Word version of What the Bones Say is on its way.

The first episode of this weekly 3-minute bi-weekly podcast is scheduled for release on Saturday, July 15th, 2017. I might even surprise you and release it sooner than that! We’ll see how the post-recording bit goes first.

The story will be voiced by Yours Truly.

Here’s a recap of what the story’s all about:

Niara of Boabab: Priestess & Protagonist.

WHAT THE BONES SAY

Niara’s people inhabit a village within a walled enclosure on an alien planet. To carve out a future for humanity, she must disobey their alien benefactors and venture beyond the wall. She joins forces with Wendi, tribal queen of the eastern village. The two women forge a bond stronger than blood as they uncover the secrets of their buried history and incite the wrath of an advanced alien force.

FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T WAIT

There are already 3 chapters of What the Bones Say available for online reading. What the Bones Say is the title of my web-serialized novella for this year’s Summer Writing Project. The 2017 Summer Writing Project is a collaborative effort by Jukepop and 1888.

Vote for chapters of this story @ Jukepop!

You can also Support this Project via GoFundMe

AVAILABLE CHAPTERS as of 7/12/2017
0: Trance | 1: Boabab | 2: Prey

In the Meantime

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Tonya R. Moore is a Jamaican writer of speculative fiction–short stories, web serials, and novelettes. Currently living in Florida, she is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and English with a concentration in Fiction.

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