P.C. Magnussen is delighted to present to you a thrilling and heartwarming YA novel, “Totally Unexpected!”
This exciting story follows the journey of young Rebecca Robinson as she discovers a UFO during an afternoon of chatting, eating… and drinking stolen beer with her best friend.
Teens and young adults will fall in love with this gripping tale of adventure, faith, and romance. Follow Rebecca as she travels the world, discovers new love, and faces life’s challenges with courage and strength. Magnussen’s incredible storytelling captures the essence of young adulthood and the unexpected twists and turns that come with it.
Author P.C. Magnussen says: “Totally Unexpected! is more than just a story about a girl who finds herself in an out-of-this-world situation; it’s also about finding God’s grace amid life’s unexpected twists and turns.” He continues: “I hope readers will be inspired by Rebecca’s courage as she faces life’s many challenges with strength and faith.”
Totally Unexpected! offers readers a unique combination of thrilling action, heartwarming romance, spiritual growth and fascinating insight into other countries – all woven together in one captivating tale. So don’t miss out on this amazing story – download your copy now for free on Amazon through April 29th!
For More Information or to schedule an interview about this press release, please contact P.C. Magnussen at 253-272-9069 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Author
P.C. Magnussen was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1955, and grew up in Laramie until his mother moved him and his brothers to the Seattle, Washington area. He received a B. S., M. Div. and Th. M. from Corban University in Salem, Oregon. After working for over twenty-four years at The Boeing Company, he retired in 2015 to give more attention to his creative endeavors, and to the love of his life, his wife Shelley. He is a freelance Artist and Writer. While he prefers to write fiction, he is also working on non-fiction projects. He also works part time as a Certified Custom Framer at the Tacoma Hobby Lobby frame shop.