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R.E. birth by Thomas W. Everson

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Happy weekend!

As part of the Spread the Word Virtual Book Blog Tours, this month I’m participating in promoting R.E. birth by Thomas W. Everson. I’ve been reading the book and absolutely love it so far! Unfortunately, as those of you keeping up here know, I’ve been having trouble making time to read/write, so I won’t be doing a full review of the book until I’ve finished it. I’m hoping that will be in the next couple of days. I can tell you this, though – even though I’m not done with book one, I’m definitely looking forward to checking out book two!

Anyway, on to the book!

R.E. Birth


Mortally wounded, a man embraces death on the cold and lonely forest floor. But fate intervenes, as Ami and her mother, Agatha, are brought into phase with his time. He is saved, however his memory is gone and he is vulnerable. With the fear that his attacker might return to finish what was started, he plunges into the unknown and follows his saviors through a time vortex to help in their struggles rather than face his own anxieties.

Traveling through time with Ami and Agatha provides a new life to fill the void within him. He is able to define himself and finds his drive to help others more than anticipated. The events and conflicts in time begin an internal battle against violent impulses. His personal discoveries, the new sensations and the exploration of time become the Rain Experience.


As I get to the window I look in to see the two thugs that seem to wander the city on Denis’s command stirring up trouble.

The smaller one begins knocking baskets off of their stands and stomping on her merchandise. I become infuriated. Swiftly walking toward the door I am forced to jump into a roll to my left as a table comes flying through Emma’s newly installed window. I hear Emma cry.

“Stop! Stop! I’ll pay! Just don’t destroy anything else!” she pleads for their mercy.

“It’s triple now. Denis’s angry that you haven’t paid him any of your protectin’ money,” the muscular thug hollers at her.

As I stand back up and move to enter the door, glass fragments crack under my feet and there is no element of surprise now. Swinging the door open hard I clear my throat to get their attention.

“You have one chance to leave,” I issue a stern command as I see Emma beginning to swipe a credits card. The big one turns around and glares at me from under his hat.

“Or what? You gonna teach us a lesson?” His rather deep voice gives the impression he’s attempting to intimidate me.

“I just might.” I see Emma still continuing to issue her transaction on the PayPad. “Emma, don’t give it to them.”

“But…” she looks up at me with tears.

“No ‘buts’ Emma. I’ll take care of this,” I step in one more foot length.

About the author:


Thomas W. Everson is father to Bubby, a rambunctious boy despite having autism and other health issues, and has been married to Brandi for over a decade. He loves to spend time with his family by indulging in fictional worlds through books, shows, movies, and games.

He was born in Seattle. He moved around to a couple different states, but ultimately came back to live and work in Washington. He loves his job working in an aircraft component repair facility, but he hopes that one day his ideas will take him on to become a great writer.

You can learn more about him & check out his work at the following links:

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Some thoughts: I’m really loving this book so far, and I can’t wait to finish it and move on to #2! The characters are awesome, and the concept is intriguing. Can’t wait to see what adventures lie ahead for these guys! Keep a lookout for my full review in the next few days.

As always, think happy thoughts!


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