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Aug 212019

Today we are going to meet an author who has just published her first book in her fantasy/sci fi series. Meet Madeline Walz. Madeline attends the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she studies user experience design. Originally from Waukesha, Wisconsin, she now lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with her family of six people, a dog, and a parakeet. She loves reading seven books at a time, doing math puzzles, and browsing for typefaces. Her new book is titled: “Beneath Which Sky: An Otherworld Story”


At that very moment, the sun exploded. The supernova ripped across the remains of the sun’s companion star, across the moon, across the planet. When the blast finally cleared, only a small, glowing pulsar remained. There was no trace of the once-thriving world.

Arkeda Mothran has a massive secret: he is the only survivor of the supernova that destroyed his home planet, Otreau. He’s kept his secret for over a decade, but now, as he enters college, his internal conflict grows and he begins to realize that no secret can be kept forever.

In this first installment of the Otherworld series, you will meet one of four people who are destined to save two worlds.

If you are looking for a new read – why not give this one a go? Please show your support to new authors by leaving a kind review no matter how long or short, every review offers encouragement and moral support.

I wish you all the luck Madeline and success.
Ta ta for now


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Aug 102019

As we head into the soaring heat of August, I have got together with a selected awesome group of known and unknown authors to offer you guys an insight into their works. Some you’ve heard of, some you haven’t so watch this space for some fabulous book deals, trailers, excerpts and more.
To start off my book marathon, I introduce to you: Janejira Damron
And this is what she has to say;

“My name is Janejira Damron. It’s pronounced (Jane-Gee-Raah) I am a Thai-American LGBTQ YA Author, comic artist, filmmaker, and traditional Thai dancer. Art and music are my life. I am a self-published author. My greatest work thus far is Picture Us. A teen romance novel that talks about depression. Properly representing depression in media is important to me because the way I see it; the media either preaches/talks down to the audience or completely misrepresents/romanticizes  mental illness entirely *cough cough* 13 reasons why.

Picture Us
Janejira Damron

I have been diagnosed with low-grade depression and ADD. Art and music are my main coping mechanisms. I like to express any form of intense emotions through comics and elaborate stories. I picked up drawing in the 4th grade after reading Natsuki Takaya’s Fruits Basket. My parents provided me with a tablet and drawing programs. I went on to study graphic design in community college. There I was inspired to write Picture Us. After that I got my bachelor’s in film school and will pursue creating animated films alongside working on a sci-fi romance novel series titled The J. and S. Adventures.” 

You can get in touch with Janejira via her personal website here.

Tata for now, EJ