Rainier Erupts! Launch Date: Tomorrow!

Splat!Here it comes! The Big Event is about to happen. Rainier Erupts! will be released by my publisher tomorrow, Tuesday, April 12th. All the signs point to an explosive event. There are even rumblings that it may hit number one in the charts. You can help make that happen by grabbing your copy on launch day.

If you have ever wondered what it would be like if Seattle and Tacoma were turned into modern-day equivalents of Pompeii and Herculaneum, then you’re gonna like this book. And if you have ever wondered if heroic rescuers would rally to save desperate victims, then look no further. This book has got it all.

And the truth is, it all could happen. The explosive force pent up within Mount Rainier is much larger than Vesuvius. Much larger than Mount Saint Helens when it blew up. In fact, Mount Rainier has been acknowledged as one of the most dangerous volcanoes on earth by the United Nations.

Prepare to have your mind blown as Rainier demonstrates its awesome power and people flee for their lives by the millions. And prepare to be gratified by how bravely helicopter rescuers, firemen, police and military personnel respond to the catastrophe.

And one last thing. Please prepare to help me make this book a chart-topping hit. If you take the time to buy it tomorrow (or as soon as you can after that date if you miss it) then Rainier Erupts! will have a chance of hitting number one in its category. It’s already close, based on pre-orders. Let’s make it go all the way.

For a limited time, the ebook price is $2.99, a dollar off the normal retail price. Here’s a link to a page where you can click to any version you would like to buy. But remember to wait until Tuesday, so your purchase will add to the launch-day total. Thanks in advance for your help!

About Tom Hopp

Thomas P Hopp is a scientist and author living in Seattle. He writes medical thrillers, natural disaster novels, and the Dinosaur Wars science fiction series.
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