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Seneca Element by Rayya Deeb - Book Tour + Giveaway

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This is my stop during the blog tour for Seneca Element by Rayya Deeb. This blog tour is organized by Lola's Blog Tours. The blog tour runs from 6 till 19 January. See the tour schedule here.

Seneca Element

Seneca Element (The Seneca Society #2)

By Rayya Deeb

Genre: Science Fiction

Age category: Young Adult

Release Date: December 12, 2019


If you knew that creating singularity
between your mind and machine
would open Pandora’s Box
would you do it?

Not even teen math-genius, Doro Campbell, could have known what she was getting herself into when she made the choice to get an implant connecting her brain to her computer. But when she finds her own existence at the center of a fight for power that runs deep inside the near-future, secret society that is Seneca, Doro realizes her mind may no longer be under her own jurisdiction.

In this breakneck race to find her dad and save the planet, Doro must choose between trusting her inner self or technology. Amidst the perils of a brutal technological warfare, and navigating the ups and downs of her first love, can Doro find the way to save herself… and the fate of the world?

You can find Seneca Element on Goodreads

You can buy Seneca Element here on Amazon

The people across the aisle from us were a worldly looking American family: a man, a woman, and their children, a girl and a boy, both of whom appeared to be college-aged. They were playing cards. I gazed over through their window as we rode through a village alongside the sparkling browns and ochres of the Huatanay River. It was like an illustration in a children’s book. I saw a black cow tied to a post, a chicken and three pigs following a woman in a long, red clay-colored dress and goggles, balancing a crate of laundry on top of her head, with a baby strapped to her back. The scenes were all very enchanting, like a window into the past. Despite the forward progress of most of the world, Peru had remained the same for centuries with the exception of the people’s sun protection gear. The sky was dolphin gray with a layer of foam clouds that hushed the sun. There was no way to really know for sure how long we had been traveling. Time was elusive. My head felt like a murky, silt-filled pond and I was certain the clamminess I was experiencing all over my body was a response to being on the other side of the equator.

First book in the series:

Seneca Rebel

Seneca Rebel by Rayya Deeb

“What if your one chance to change the world means you have to leave everything you love behind?”

You can find Seneca Rebel here:

- Goodreads

- Amazon

- B&N

About the Author:

Rayya Deeb

Rayya Deeb is a Virginia Tech Hokie, born in London, England and raised in Northern Virginia. She lives in Southern California with her husband and two daughters. Rayya has worked in television production and film development, but her true passion is writing. She has spent over a decade screenwriting, collaborating with some seriously incredible, world-renowned directors, actors and top-notch producers. In 2016 her debut novel, Seneca Rebel (ATM Publishing/No Mimes Media), was published. Her latest, Seneca Element (12/12/19 - Mediology/No Mimes Media), is the second book in The Seneca Society series. Rayya loves L.A. street tacos, 90's hip-hop, obscure Alan Watts lectures, exploring the globe, painting, and breaking bread with family & friends. She spends an absurd amount of time thinking about all things culinary, but considers it well worth it.

You can find and contact Rayya Deeb here:

- Amazon


There is a tour wide giveaway for the blog tour of Seneca Element. These are the prizes you can win:

ONE winner wins paperbacks of both book one and two, Seneca Rebel & Seneca Element (US Only)

10 winners will win e-book versions of Seneca Rebel AND Seneca Element (INT)

For a chance to win, enter the rafflecopter below:

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