Today’s Blog features Clay Gilbert, Author of Annah – Children of Evohe






Welcome to today’s guest blog, featuring author Clay Gilbert, in celebration of the release of his newest work, Annah – Children of Evohe


I know Clay from Facebook where we bonded over our mutual appreciation of the ouvre of The Alan Parsons Project, among other interests.

I certainly wish him well with the publication this new book. You can follow along on his blog tour per the list below.

Also – check out Clay’s website: Annah’s World – This is the official site for the Children of Evohe series, and has a character blog featuring Annah’s own commentary about her world and her people, designed to fill in narrative gaps before and between the volumes of the series.  It also contains information about the series, author, and publisher.


SYNOPSIS for Annah

Annah, a young female of a world on the Edge of the Sea of Stars named Evohe, feels there is no place for her among her people.  She is seen as strange both for her appearance, which is different than that thought to be normal for an eighteen-cycle old seed-maiden, and for her dreams, not of finding a mate and making a homeplace and a family with him, but of exploring the Sea of Stars that she looks up at every night and longs to see.  Her parents lie at rest in the Elder Grove deep in the woods near her homeground, and, since the passing of Lilliane, the elder who had been her guardian since she was fourteen cycles old, Annah has lived alone; the ‘girl who walks with no one.’

She remains alone until the night she sees a great fire streak from the starry sky above her parents’ homeground and, following its path, finds the wreckage of what she knows from the shared Memories of her people is a star-vessel of the sort her own people had once traveled in.  Inside the ruined craft, she finds a human male, badly injured and close to death.  Torn between the Memories that tell her the people of Earth were responsible for the near-extinction of her own world and the voice of Spirit that insists all life is the same, she nurses him back to health, finding in the human Gary Holder a mirror of her own search for belonging and desire for a larger purpose. Their growing connection, and the Evoetians’ sense of humans as enemies, sets in motion a chain of events that may either destroy Annah’s world a second time, or lead to a new future of understanding:  a new age of the Shapers.

Annah is the first novel in Clay Gilbert’s science-fiction series Children of Evohe, published by Rara Avis, an imprint of PDMI Publishing.  Annah is due for release on September 15, 2013, and is expected to be followed by Annah’s Exile in 2014 and Children of Evohe in 2015.


Clay Gilbert

Clay Gilbert lives and works in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he divides his time between writing, teaching English for Strayer University, and working across the electronic sea of the Internet as the Chief Editor for PDMI Publishing.  He believes, as Annah does, that it takes many notes to make up the Song of the World, and that the understanding of differences between people, nations and cultures holds perhaps the most important key to the future.   This book, he hopes, will help make a difference in that.  He shares his living and writing space with his cat, Bella, and his ball python, Andy.  He is currently at work on Annah’s Exile, Book Two of Children of Evohe, also coming soon from PDMI.


From Seeds to Starlight

A Virtual Blog Tour Celebrating the Release of “Annah: Children of Evohe Book One”, the new novel by Clay Gilbert

Oct 15-Nov 15, 2013


Oct 15 –Release Date: Annah’s World/ and

Oct. 16 Daven Anderson

Oct 17 Sirena Robinson

Oct 18 JD Brown

Oct. 19 Elizabeth Mueller/

Oct 20 Virginia Lori Jennings

Oct 22 Interview with Jo Linsdell-Feliciani.

Oct. 23 Cindy Koepp

Oct. 24 Dean Bonner

Oct. 26 Victoria’s Reading Alcove/Victoria Adams

Oct. 28 Darin Kennedy

Nov. 1 Seeds and Starlight on the Road: Book Signing and Reading at Dragon Quills Comic Books in Gadsden, Alabama

Nov 2 Aspie Catholic/Jason Thayer

Nov 10  Anya Martin

Nov. 13 Stacey Haggard Brewer and Bobbi St. Jean

Nov. 15  Live Twitter Interview Hosted by Virginia L. Jennings

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