Spotlight Excerpt: Bailey’s Road by B. G. Simpson

Posted July 6, 2015 by love2dazzle in Features, Promo Blitz / 0 Comments

Spotlight Excerpt: Bailey’s Road by B. G. SimpsonBailey's Road by B. G. Simpson
Published by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency LLC on May 8, 2014
Genres: Science Fiction, Scifi
Pages: 406
Format: Paperback
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A hidden bunker in the hilly community of Colorado Springs, Colorado, becomes a focal point of survival. It is buried in the ground, hidden from view of any watchful eyes. Bailey Simms feels right at home along the rough and undulating roads of the countryside of Colorado Springs. A seasoned distance runner ready to make a name for himself, the nineteen-year-old is stopped short when a summer storm hits the area, changing the surface of the earth. This sci-fi adventure is off and running, populated by a young woman named Betty and her new heart-throb Bailey, who find secrets hidden by an all-consuming government ready to change the face of the world. An unhinged scientist, a zookeeper, and a strangely formed group of misfits come in contact with a beast that gives new meaning to the word terror. Fighting for survival, this odd group finds a hiding place, the bunker buried deep inside the Rocky Mountains. Yet something has been left behind in cold storage for the past three years. Follow Bailey and his new friends and family as they quickly unravel a future that may not see a tomorrow. Do you know the way to Bailey's Road? B. G. Simpson grew up in San Diego. "As a young boy I'd learned a lot about life and a young boy's dreams by becoming a seasoned distance runner. Through those experiences of my youth, and traveling, I've learned that each of us have to travel a road not always smooth or easy going. There are bumps along the way that teach us to bend and flex, with the occasions of stress and change that tend to mold us into the people we become." Publisher's website:

Jackie  sensed Betty was honest about not snuggling up to Bailey. he was in the master suite by himself, and that quirky little boy with unstable movements had cuddled u to him. She saw a crinkled blanket lying on the couch and knew.

Much later, Bailey woke in the darkness of the room. he would have been able to hear a pin drop if appropriate. He notice even Ryan was gone. Everyone had deserted him. Even though the room was cool, a line of sweat rolled off his face. The heavy weight of worry laced his heart. A digital red light mirrored the time to be almost 7:00 p.m. Reminiscent flashing vivid pictures of the last two days blurred through his mind. Bailey reached up and turned on the light. He slammed his head back down on the pillow, trying to gather his thoughts. Smells of soft pleasured perfume came back to memory. He recalled yet he knew there to be none. She was grieving at the time, and nothing was meant by her forward productions of an emotional breakdown. yet her physical finesse of closeness touched his heart. She was detached from losing her grandmother. It was an understadable misunderstanding. She was different from girls he knew in high school. Then a baning on the front door pulled his from memories of tender moemnts and young girls making his heart stir.

Bailey got up and headed for the door. he saw Ryan from the eyehold. With a scrunched-up nose, with curious eyes with a scratch and sniff like intelligence, he was just as inquisitive little boy trying to get by. Once the door opened, he looked up at Bailey like he had all the right answers for the things that were about to happen as youth doesn’t always understand the path taken.

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