Free download of Seeing Through Sampson’s Eyes

A young woman misses her dad.  A journey with her mother to fill the space proves unsatisfying. Venturing out on her own, many discoveries are made, and rules are broken.  But that’s nothing new for Norrie.  After all, aren’t some rules worth breaking?

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Read about Norrie and her journey in Seeing Through Sampson’s Eyes, which is available for free download today through 3/19. A #futuristic #scifi, coming of age novella, hailed as “fascinating and thought-provoking.” Read about Norrie, an average girl with three sets of parents, and what she learns from her search for truths about two of her fathers.

From Reader’s Favorite review:  “Reading Seeing Through Sampson’s Eyes by Pamela Schloesser Canepa was a fascinating and thought-provoking look into the future. It is a great novella regarding the prospect of androids having a place in society. As I am very interested in science-fiction that is conceivable and relevant in our reality, I found this book to be a fantastic read. This story gives the reader a perspective that seems outlandish, but is it? Once thought of as far-fetched and implausible, automated machines and drones are already in use and humanoid robots are being used in experiments.”

Available on Amazon,  use Universal Link: https://bookgoodies.com/a/B01GNNCHHQ

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See things through someone else’s eyes, literally and figuratively.

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Author: pamelascanepa

I am a writer who also teaches reading and writing, currently. In 2016, I self-published an e-book and its sequel, and I am learning the art of self-promotion. I now have a full-length time travel novel that will be published as of 6/16/17! Life is a trip, and writing is the best escape for me! See my latest novel, Detours in Time, on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0711ZW6XF

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