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'When You Say My Name Just Whisper' is Released

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'When You Say My Name Just Whisper' is Released

Superman, Batman and Ironman are powerfully built with great powers. They never lose their appeal to readers of all ages. "When You Say My Name Just Whisper" author JB Welzenbach has created a true hero that children and teens all over the world can emulate and draw strength from. There is a little of Val in every reader of this entertaining fiction.

"When you say my name Just Whisper" is the first of a series of science fiction works based on four worlds existing simultaneously intertwined through a series of windows. In this first book, the protagonist Val Orr is thrust from the safety and security of his home into the world of Necturn where he learns how to use unimaginable power; but even with such power he is unable to save his beloved sister. Looking for revenge he follows his sister's killers through a window to the earth world not knowing if he will survive in this endeavor.

This highly engrossing book is a great example of science fiction filled with all sorts of amazing characters and intriguing plotlines.

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About the Author
JB Welzenbach, born and raised in Wolf Point, Mont., now makes his home in Billings, Mont. with his wife of 42 years. Welzenbach spent 13 months in Vietnam and returned home to a country that did not believe in the war and soldiers faded into former lives coping the best they could. Welzenbach is proud to be a veteran and is pleased the recognition soldiers of all wars are now given. Please contact him at jimwelzenbach(at)gmail(dot)com with any pictures you may like to have in his future books. Reference Whisper in your email.

When you say my name Just Whisper * by JB Welzenbach
Publication Date: December 23, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4931-5343-5
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4931-5344-2
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-5345-9

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