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Scott Toney

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February 2013 - One of the "TOP 100 MOST POPULAR AMAZON KINDLE BOOKS" in Religious Science Fiction / Fantasy - The Ark of Humanity

{ NOT Currently Seeking Representation ;) Rebel author operating as Co-Founder and member of Breakwater Harbor Books }

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I am incredibly thankful to my friends for all the support you've given me in helping me to reach HarperCollins’ desk! In the past 2 years I have made so many friends and learned so much and it is those friendships and knowledge that I appreciate the most now! I appreciate and am thankful for you!

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I am a 31 year old author and lover of all genres who is on a mission to get published or have a lot of fun trying.

I live in Virginia with my amazing wife and daughter and am blessed with a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains from my home.

Thanks so much to Ivan Amberlake, author of The Beholder, for help editing Hearts of Avon, Eden Legacy, The Ark of Humanity and Lazarus, Man! He is a true friend and a fantastic fellow author!

I have to give an incredible thank you to Cara Goldthorpe, author of The Awakening: Dawn of Destruction, for all of her hard work in helping me with my final edit of The Ark of Humanity! Words can not express how appreciative I am of her editing assistance, friendship and support! She is an incredible talent!

P.s. The woman who edited "The Ark of Humanity", The Ancient Reader aka Gerry Dailey, passed away May 6, 2011. She was such a blessing and I will miss her deeply.

P.p.s. The amazing David Lockhart created my covers for Hearts of Avon, The Ark of Humanity, Dusk Crescence, 'Lazarus, Man' and Eden Legacy! They are fantastic and I am grateful beyond words! If you are interested in a cover he can be reached at darthfozzi@gmail.com

favourite books

Mike Lee's "StarFire"
Ivan Amberlake's "The Beholder"
T. Donna Robison's "No Kiss Good-Bye"
Cara Goldthorpe's "The Awakening: Dawn of Destruction"
J.H.F. White's "Isles End"
Tad Williams' "Memory, Sorrow and Thorn"
Conan-Doyle's "Sherlock Holmes"
Cervantes' "Don Quixote"


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my books

Bishop: Book 1 of the NovaForg....

Scott J. Toney

On Solaris, a planet eons old, stones from the crust of a meteor give inhuman powers to their symbiotic pairs. Good battles evil to survive.


Darkness consumed Ineal as the voices tore at his thoughts. The sole survivor of the planet Eon, he wanted to shut off his brain, to destroy his consciousness and be nothing. But the voices would not let him.
The stones, he thought, encased in this meteor hurtling through space. The stones destroyed us. I am the last. They take me for their own.
He did not know when the glowing stones first came to his planet. Men and women claimed the gems for their own, pressing them to their bodies and allowing the stones to become necessary symbiotes of the flesh. The symbiosis with the stones gave his people powers and abilities beyond their dreams. But the price, the price of the flesh was great, and an ultimate death of sacrifice and pain was given in return. Ineal was the last, and the only being of Eon who had not taken up the stones.
But you took me, he thought as they spoke with their unintelligible voices, whispering in a constant echo through his mind. When my planet died you came to me. You took my body to keep yourselves alive...

 

The Ark of Humanity

Scott Justin Toney

God flooded the earth to annihilate humanity's sins. What if that sinful race didn't die when floodwaters covered them but instead adapted to breathe water?


Under the depths of the ocean one boy has raised himself, until the day when he meets a dark-skinned man with news that will change the lives of his civilization forever.

Now he must save his people from another empire of water dwellers bent on enslaving the oceans and torturing his peaceful realm.

Yet another question is posed as he learns that his people are descended from humans that lived on the land above the ocean; a people that were destroyed by floods made by the rage of God.

If they have to, in order to escape, will they be able to breathe air and join whatever is left of the world above the waters?

What would they find there? Is the mythological Noah still alive?

 

Lazarus, Man

Scott Justin Toney

This is the story of Lazarus of Bethany, told through tale and tribulation.


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I wrote 171 days ago

Congrats on being in the top 5 now Joe! :) Go get em! I can't wait to hear what HC thinks! view book

I wrote 349 days ago

Congrats on the wonderful review! :) view book

I wrote 387 days ago

Cherry, I've loved your work for a long time! So glad to see it at #5! Go get em! :) Have a great day! - Scott view book

I wrote 398 days ago

{Twisted and Beautiful-A Collection} Bethany, Thank you so much for reading part of Bishop and commenting! I really appreciate it! First I read "Beautiful" and then I read "Kishi!" Both are exquisit. You truly have a power with words and a dark beauty to your writing's form that I'm not sur... view book

I wrote 406 days ago

P.s. :) I also especially like the cover. view book

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