Featured Author: Alexandre A.Loch

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers is Alexandre A. Loch.

About Alexandre A.Loch

14937906Alexandre A. Loch is a psychiatrist who graduated from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, obtaining a PhD degree by studying the stigma of mental illnesses. He also holds a bachelor degree in philosophy, and in 2014, he started his career as a writer. Besides writing, he currently acts as a researcher, having authored many scientific articles published in international journals, and being the associate editor of Frontiers in Public Mental Health.

Alexandre always liked to read. Early in his childhood, he read several best-sellers and classics of international literature. His favorite authors are Hemmingway, Dostoievski, Lee Harper, Virginia Woolf, Jose Saramago, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Alexandre also appreciates contemporary literature in Portuguese and in English.

His first released book, Bile Negra (Black Bile), is an introspective psychological fiction about Iago and his soul’s journey through a big city. The book was well received by the Brazilian critic. In 2016, he releases Laplatia (The City that Could Not Dream), by Black Rose Writing (TX, USA).

With a shrill style, the aim of the author is to make people reflect upon the ideas presented in his books. His concept of art, which encompasses the art of writing, includes the idea that books should change people.

“I like to make people think with my fictions. A book should provoke catharsis; induce the reader to reflect about himself, his life, and the society he is living in. For that, I usually use a sharp style that touches directly the reader’s soul.”

Alexandre A.Loch Online
Website: http://www.alexandreloch.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlexandreALoch
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alexandre.loch
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14937906.Alexandre_A_Loch


 

Novels

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Laplatia
How would it be to live in a city where no one was allowed to use his imagination freely? Where dreams and fantasy had to be used for socioeconomic purposes? Laplatia is a dystopian city in the near future where natural resources for the production of electrical power on Earth have been depleted. With increasing chaos due to this shortage, civilization invented the Extractors, machines capable of extracting human imagination and turning it into Fos, electricity’s raw material. Consequently, citizens were prohibited to “spend useless thoughts,” such as those provided by imagination, dreams, and fantasy, unless they were destined to the Extractors.

In this city, we follow the story of seven characters, their anguishes, their relationships, and their solitude. Laplatia is an erratic story that emotionally moves the reader and urges him to reflect about himself and the society. After all, who said one’s thought is free?

Featured Author: Kyra Halland

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers is Kyra Halland.

About Kyra Halland
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Beginning with the Prydain books by Lloyd Alexander and the Earthsea Trilogy by Ursula K. Leguin, Kyra Halland has always loved fantasy. She has also always loved a good love story. In 1990, as a new stay-at-home mom with a young baby, she finally decided to combine those two loves – like chocolate and peanut butter! – by writing the kinds of romantic fantasy novels she wanted to read.

Complicated, honorable heroes; heroines who are strong, smart, and all woman; magic, romance, and adventure; and excursions into the dark corners of life and human nature mixed with a dash of offbeat humor – all of these make up Kyra Halland’s worlds. She is excited to share those worlds with readers, who she hopes will enjoy her stories and characters as much as she does.

Kyra Halland lives in southern Arizona. She has a very patient husband, two less-patient cats, and two young adult sons. Besides writing, she enjoys scrapbooking and anime, and she wants to be a crazy cat lady when she grows up.

Kyra Halland Online
Website: http://www.kyrahalland.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KyraHalland
Facebook: http://facebook.com/kyrahalland
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6950045.Kyra_Halland


 

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The Lost Book of Anggird

Stodgy Professor Roric Rossony has been asked to find a way to stop the deterioration of the magica, the Vorunne Dominion’s powerful magical force. With the help of his free-spirited assistant, Perarre Tabrano, he begins the most important work of his life – and quickly discovers that long-held truths about the magica might not be true at all.

Driven by the need to find the truth about the magica – and with his orderly life turned upside-down by his unexpected romance with Perarre – Roric goes too far in his research, delving into lost and forbidden books that have been hidden away for centuries.

Then the most dangerous book of all falls into Roric’s hands, and magical disaster strikes. Forced to flee from the Dominion authorities, Roric and Perarre embark on a journey to discover the secret of the magica’s origins and restore the damaged power, a journey that only their growing magical powers and their love for each other will help them survive.

Epic romantic fantasy for adults and older teens.

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Featured Author: Brandy Isaacs

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers Group is Brandy Isaacs.

About Brandy Isaacs

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Brandy Isaacs will tell you first that her name is spelled without an “I”. If that is the case, I will call her Brandy saacs. However, that ends up sounding like “Sacks” and will not endear me to her. Just remember, no I. The I is trashy as a terminal vowel.

She was raised in in Kentucky, but not the kentuck of the 70s where people had to dig holes for both one and two. It was a more cosmopolitan version of the place you’re thinking of. Instead of digging those holes, her family was able to hire someone to dig them – big difference. They did, however, love when the Sears Wishbook showed up in the mail each year. They were finally able to stop rubbing dirt in dirtier places.
None of that is true.
But all of it is true.
You’re author is one of those curious people. She is of the library and the local witches. She loved words. Even better, she loved when those words were strung together.
In a word – stories.
Those stories, of witches that were real and those that were not; of boy wizards; of young women who volunteered; of men who would suck blood. These stories define her.
And it is stories that she wants to tell you. I could gloss her Bio for real – high school, college in central Kentucky, Grad school in Kansas, nonprofit work when she returned home – and it would miss the truth. Brandy Isaacs has stories inside her, and she need to tell them to you.

They will excite you; they will scare you; they will arouse you.
And you- — you will keep turning the pages. When you hit the end, you will wish there were more.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brandywrites
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Devil-Inside-The-Series-ebook/dp/B00BISDAYQ/
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6968765.Brandy_Isaacs


 

Novels

Devil Inside (The Devils Series #1)

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For Harley Finn, life had never been easy. She overcame a tragic upbringing, a childhood filled with pain. But her
trials were only just beginning. A random hook-up changes her life forever. At first Levi Bonham seems like the ideal,
no-strings-attached kind of guy, but Harley soon realizes that he is as dangerous as he is enticing. She finds herself
plunged into a world plagued by creatures that prey on human suffering and misery.

Still reeling from tragedy, Harley has to learn to adjust to her new, not-quite-human life and all that comes with it. A
confusing and complicated love life. Enemies—both new and old. And above all else, she must confront her own
demons to save herself and those she loves most. Her desire for revenge propels her into a centuries-old war waged in shadows. Harley must choose to put aside her vendetta and risk her own humanity if there is to be any hope for mankind.

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Featured Author: Colleen S Myers

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers Group is Colleen S Myers.

About Colleen S Myers

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Colleen S. Myers was raised outside of Pittsburgh, PA where she grew up on Harlequin teen romances and stories from her mother’s days as a paramedic. After graduating from Allegheny College, she spent a year in service in the Americorp working at a local Pittsburgh Women Infants and Children Clinic before attending Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine on a military scholarship. Upon completing medical school, Myers attended residency at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland and earned three meritorious service awards. After serving seven years of active duty, including being on base in Washington, DC during 9/11, she is now a physician at a VA Hospital in Pittsburgh.

Still an avid fan of romances into adulthood, Myers’ love of the genre inspired her to hone her craft as a writer, focusing on contemporary romance and science fiction. Her background in medicine and the military provides an inspiring layer of creative realism to her stories and characters. Myers’ first book, Must Remember, the first of the Solum series, is published by Champagne Press. The sequel, Can’t Forget, is the recipient of the 2015 RWA New England Readers Award.

Website: http://www.csmyersmusings.com
Blog: http://www.csmyersmusings.com/blog/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColleenSMyers
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColleenSMyers
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14553363.Colleen_S_Myers


 

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Must Remember (Solum #1)
Nineteen-year-old Elizabeth ‘Beta’ Camden is a survivor. When the E’mani-those pale alien freaks-destroy Earth with a plague of madness and scoop up the remains, Beta is one of the ‘lucky’ ones. For years, she endures their tortures, experiments and games. Then one day, she manages to escape their ship with her life, and no memory of her time with them. Stranded on their world, Beta wanders the mountains, looking for a way home. She stumbles onto the Fost-the E’mani’s ancient enemy. Their war with the Imani is old and rooted in magic that the Fost once had and the Imani crave. Magic Beta soon discovers she’s developing along with strange tattoos and disturbing glimpses of her past. The Fost take her in and train her in their ways. As she spends more time with them, she falls in love with their culture and with Marin-he of the hot hands and slit eyes. But the E’mani took her for a reason and they want her back-dead or alive. If Beta doesn’t remember that reason soon, they’re all going to die.

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Featured Author: Charlotte Chaffin

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers Group is Charlotte Chaffin.

Charlotte Chaffin on Goodreads

Novels

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A collection of paranormal short stories to entertain you. Under no circumstance should you presume that all the stories contained in this book are not true. Some are, but don’t let that daunt you, dismay you, or frighten you after all these stories are just someone else’s story.

 

 

 

 

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Featured Author: Elle Jacklee

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers Group is Elle Jacklee.

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About Elle Jacklee

My professional titles have included software programmer, bilingual sales rep, and proposal specialist. But my favorite title, besides wife and mother, is author. It’s the only one that lets me call daydreaming “research.” My love for the outdoors is my greatest inspiration. I lives in Wisconsin with my husband and two young sons, none of whom are in a hurry to grow up, and that’s just fine with me.

Elle Jacklee online

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elle.jacklee
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ellejacklee
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6547901.Elle_Jacklee


 

Novels

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Muirwood: Etchings and Embers (Kindle Worlds)

Mairryn knows she will never be a learner at an Abbey. The sheltered daughter of a humble farmer, she dreams only of traveling the realms and learning from experiences, if not from tomes. But now she’s married to Earl Magnus Adair, and people are calling her Countess. After her father’s recent death and a season of storms that ravaged her family’s crops, the Earl’s proposal had seemed like the solution to their problems. But from the beginning, he’s far from a loving husband, and the nagging mystery of why he’d pursued her so relentlessly is never far from her mind.

Theobald Cirun, a young steward from Forshee, is given the unlikely task of teaching Mairryn to ride horseback. His lessons are one of the few highlights in her mostly-desolate days. Theobald opens her eyes to a whole new world, and soon Mairryn discovers her own connection to the Medium and the shocking answers to the mystery that’s plagued her.

But when Earl Magnus’s own horrifying secret is revealed, Mairryn must decide if she can make an impossible sacrifice for someone she loves. Someone only she can save. Someone she hasn’t met yet…

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Featured Author: Vanessa Kings

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers is Vanessa Kings.

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About Vanessa Kings
I was born on March 14th of 1985, in Rosario, Argentina. At the age of 10 I wrote my first fairy tale as a way to deal with a very painful earache. I found writing comforting and distracting. After that day, I continued writing every time I felt the need of leaving realty behind.
By the age of 18 I had around 120 pieces written, between fairy tales, poems, life’s reflections and other stories. I always wanted to publish my stories but never had the confidence to do it. After my son was born, my husband and my best friend gave me the confidence that I needed to start writing my first book.
I decided to start translating and eventually publish one of my favorite stories, hoping to bring the fantasy and imagination back to all those kids and young readers that would adventure themselves into its pages. That’s how Chronicles of the Nocturnal Forest was born.

Vanessa Kings Online
Blog: https://vanessakingsbooks.wordpress.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tfomd
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KingsVanessa
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8187575.Vanessa_Kings


Novels

 

23668418Chronicles of the Nocturnal Forest (Stories of the Fairy of my Dreams, #1)

Melanie is living an ordinary, boring life when one night she is transported in her dreams to the Kingdom of Astebeth. Night after night, the fairy of her dreams will tell her the stories of the inhabitants of the Kingdom, its town, and the magical Nocturnal Forest nearby. A forest full of magical creatures where the impossible can happen. Soon, she comes to
suspect that her dreams may not only be dreams after all. Follow her on her incredible journeys that will take her to magical places and beyond Earth itself to discover the magical secret of the Nocturnal Forest in the first part of The Fairy of my Dreams trilogy.

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Featured Author: Kyra Halland

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers is Kyra Halland.

About Kyra Halland
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Beginning with the Prydain books by Lloyd Alexander and the Earthsea Trilogy by Ursula K. Leguin, Kyra Halland has always loved fantasy. She has also always loved a good love story. In 1990, as a new stay-at-home mom with a young baby, she finally decided to combine those two loves – like chocolate and peanut butter! – by writing the kinds of romantic fantasy novels she wanted to read.

Complicated, honorable heroes; heroines who are strong, smart, and all woman; magic, romance, and adventure; and excursions into the dark corners of life and human nature mixed with a dash of offbeat humor – all of these make up Kyra Halland’s worlds. She is excited to share those worlds with readers, who she hopes will enjoy her stories and characters as much as she does.

Kyra Halland lives in southern Arizona. She has a very patient husband, two less-patient cats, and two young adult sons. Besides writing, she enjoys scrapbooking and anime, and she wants to be a crazy cat lady when she grows up.

Kyra Halland Online
Website: http://www.kyrahalland.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KyraHalland
Facebook: http://facebook.com/kyrahalland
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6950045.Kyra_Halland


Novels

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Beneath the Canyons (Daughter of the Wildings Book 1)
Cowboys and gunslingers meet wizards in this high fantasy series inspired by the Old West. Silas Vendine is a mage and bounty hunter, on the hunt for renegade mages. He’s also a freedom fighter, sworn to protect the non-magical people of the Wildings from ambitious mages both lawless and lawful. It’s a dangerous life and Silas knows it, but when he comes to the town of Bitterbush Springs on the trail of a rogue mage, he finds more danger and excitement than he bargained for…

In Bitterbush Springs, Silas meets Lainie Banfrey, a young woman both drawn to and terrified of her own developing magical powers. Though Lainie has been taught all her life to hate and fear wizards, she and Silas team up to stop the renegade who has brought her hometown to the brink of open warfare. The hunt takes them deep beneath forbidden lands held by the hostile A’ayimat people, where only Silas’s skills and Lainie’s untamed, untrained power can save them and the town from the rogue mage and the dark magic he has loosed into the world.

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Author Spotlight: Lyssa Chiavari

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This month’s Author Spotlight features Lyssa Chiavari whose debut novel Fourth World (The Iamos Trilogy) (Volume 1) is released today!

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Interview with Lyssa Chiavari

1. Please tell us a little about yourself?
I write young adult science fiction and fantasy. Up until now, my published works have mostly been short fiction/novellas, so I’m excited to branch into longer form storytelling with my first novel, Fourth World! When I’m not writing, I enjoy playing video games and exploring the woods near where I live in the Pacific Northwest.

2. When did you first start writing?
I started writing for fun pretty much as soon as I learned how to write, but I didn’t start writing professionally until about two years ago, when I started submitting my short fiction to different magazines hoping I could get something published!

3. Which authors have most influenced your writing?
Catherine Fisher is probably the biggest influence on me—I love her style of blending science fiction and fantasy, focusing on characters and relationships without a huge emphasis on romance. I also love Meg Cabot’s humor and sarcasm, and I feel like that was also a big influence for me when writing Fourth World.

4. How long did it take you to complete your first novel?
I worked on it on and off for about three years, but the first couple were just floating it around in my mind, writing occasional scenes here and there. I started really buckling down on it in January, so I’d say about a year.

5. Tell us a little about Fourth World?
Fourth World is a YA sci-fi adventure set on Mars near the end of the twenty-first century. It follows a teenage boy named Isaak who’s growing up in the Martian colony and accidentally uncovers a government conspiracy involving alien archaeology, time travel and more.

6. What is your favourite scene or part?
I don’t want to give away too much, but I think my favorite part is Chapter 21. As an asexual writer trying to increase ace representation in YA fiction, it hit home for me on a personal level as I was writing it, and I hope it will resonate with readers as well. One reviewer commented that that chapter was like “a punch in the gut”—in a good way— so I’ll take that as a good sign!

7. What advice would you give to someone who wants to publish their first novel?
Do as much research as you can to figure out what it is you really want from a publishing career! There’s no one path, not even for one person—I’m a firm believer in hybrid publishing, and every book is going to take a different direction. For Fourth World, I knew pretty early on that I was going to focus on indie publishing with this series. But even once you make the decision between traditional, small press and indie, there are still a number of other things to take into consideration (such as Amazon-exclusive or wide distribution? Or hard launch or soft launch? etc), so make sure you do your homework and figure out what your goals are and how best to achieve them! A good starting point would be Susan Kaye Quinn’s Indie Author Survival Guide—that book was a lifesaver for me!

8. What can we look forward to next from you?
I’m working on a few different projects right now: first up is the sequel to Fourth World, as well as a tie-in novella (I call it Book 1.5) that’s scheduled for release between books one and two. I’m also going to be editing a sci-fi fairytale anthology with Jaylee James, editor of Vitality magazine, that’s opening for submissions in just a few days. 2016 is looking to be pretty busy, so I’m hoping I can keep up with everything!

Lyssa Chiavari Online:
Website: www.lyssachiavari.com
Twitter: @lyssachiavari
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lyssachiavariauthor
Fourth World on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25555364-fourth-world
Purchase link via Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Fourth-World-Iamos-Trilogy-1/dp/1519496338/

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Excerpt from Fourth World

The sky looked red.
That was all I could think as I gazed out over the desiccated plain. The once-gray rocks and boulders, strewn about the old dry coastline, were now almost completely covered with rust. Orange-tinged clouds swirled above my head, the air thick with choking dust kicked up by the harsh wind that raked over the parched ground.
Even though we’d been forbidden to leave the safety of the citidome, I’d decided to take the risk that night. I had wanted to see the sunset—really see the sunset—for what could be the last time. It had been so long since I’d seen the sky, I couldn’t remember what it looked like.
But I certainly hadn’t expected it to be so red.
The oxygen was too thin. It made breathing difficult, painful. I couldn’t believe how quickly it was depleting now, at the end. Last year on my annual we’d still been able go outside. But now we had to huddle in our enclosed cities, looking out at the world through the tinted filter of smooth blue glass. And even that option wouldn’t last much longer. The world really was ending.
It was much too soon. This was the first day of my eighth year, my enilikin. I still had my whole life ahead of me. I hadn’t even completed my schooling yet, thanks to Gitrin. It would be at least another year, now, before I was ready to take my place in the ranks of the geroi.
But in their last report, the scientists said that our planet couldn’t sustain us another year. My heart stuck in my throat at the thought. Standing here, looking at this, I knew it to be true. Sometime in the next six-hundred days the last of our atmosphere would be gone. The energy sources used to power the citidome would be entirely depleted. And if the colony on Hamos wasn’t stabilized—if we didn’t complete evacuation by that time—we’d all be dead.
I’d be dead. Before I even got a chance to live.
We needed more geroi. And still she told me I wasn’t ready. Everything was so hideously unfair.
I shivered as the biting wind dragged over me, pulling wisps of colorless hair loose from the tight braid encircling my scalp. There was the briefest hint of the fragrance of flowers on the wind’s breath, but it was overpowered by the dry, metallic scent of the ever-reddening earth. What if this was the last time I’d ever smell Iamos? The last time I’d ever see the sun, or the sky, without something in between me and it?
No.
I took a final shuddering breath, and, tucking a flyaway hair behind my ear, I made my decision. I was not giving up. It was not over. No matter what it took, this would not be my last annual.
It was only as I turned to head inside that I saw him.
I might have missed him otherwise, but the light from the setting sun threw his form into relief. A boy was sprawled across the ground. He wore no breathing apparatus. He was completely unprotected. And he wasn’t moving.
Panicked, I raced to his side. I was out of breath by the time I reached him, even though he lay only a short distance away. “Are you all right?” I asked, wheezing. When he didn’t respond, I rolled him over onto his back.
He was young—probably close to my own age. I realized instantly he couldn’t be from my city; his traits were all wrong. He must have come from another citidome. But how? He couldn’t have walked. All that way, unprotected? He would never have made it…
I reached for my earpiece, then hesitated. I was invisible right now—the System couldn’t track me—but if I called for help, I’d be back online and the geroi would know I’d broken the edict. Not to mention that it could draw their attention to the fact that my earpiece had been altered. Ceilos would never forgive me.
But there was no way I could shift this boy’s dead weight on my own, not when I was already feeling the effects of the thin air.
Before I could give myself a chance to change my mind, I pressed the button. “Gerouin Melusin,” I called.
“Nadin?” Melusin’s voice was soft in my ears, like the drip of water in the caverns.
There was no time for explanations. “I need help outside the dome,” I said as calmly as possible.
“‘Outside’?” she repeated, her gentle voice faltering almost imperceptibly. “What are you doing—”
“Just hurry,” I interrupted her, breathless. “I found someone out here. He’s injured.”
The gerouin said nothing more, simply disconnecting. I turned back to the boy. He was still unconscious, but he was breathing—barely. I crouched to get a better look at him. His hair was coated in the red dust that the wind kicked up in swirling eddies, but I could see it was curly and dark. His skin, on the other hand, appeared bleached like an old man’s, even though he was clearly young. Could unprotected exposure to solar rays have done this? The atmosphere was so thin now…
I inhaled shakily, my lungs burning. It was already painful for me to be outside, and I couldn’t have been out for more than five minutes. This boy… how did he get here?

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lyssachiavariAbout Lyssa Chiavari
Lyssa Chiavari is an author of speculative fiction for young adults, including Fourth World, the first book in a YA sci-fi trilogy set on Mars. Her short fiction has appeared in Ama-Gi magazine, the Wings of Renewal anthology, and Perchance to Dream, a young adult collection of Shakespeare retellings which she also edited. Her first published story, “The Choice,” was named one of Students for Liberty’s Best Fiction of 2014. When she’s not writing—which isn’t often—you can usually find her coding websites or losing an unreasonable number of life balloons on Donkey Kong. Lyssa lives with her family and way too many animals in the woods of Northwest Oregon, which suits her just fine; except it actually doesn’t rain there as much as you’ve been told, and she really could do with more rain, thanks.

Featured Author: Jessica E. Larsen

This week’s Featured Author on the Goodreads Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers is Jessica E.Larsen.

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Jessica E. Larsen is an author of contemporary romance, YA, NA, and Paranormal stories.

She’s a hopeless romantic, who will forever be young at heart. She enjoys traveling a lot, drawing inspiration from places she visits and interesting people she encounters.

She loves to read and writes in different genres and spends hours arguing with her characters. At times, she likes playing the villain and gives them a taste of hell when they refused to listen to her demands.

Jessica loves talking to people about books and other common favorites. Though she might be late at times, she always takes the time to reply to comments and messages.

Jessica E. Larsen Online
Website: http://www.jessicaelarsen.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/jessicaelarsen
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorJessicaELarsen
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7056160.Jessica_E_Larsen

Novels

19886098Devil in Disguise
Will his dark secrets tear them apart from their fated love?

Benjamin Evans destiny doesn’t seem to belong to him. His parents have arranged for him to marry Yuna Vasquez, the daughter of his parents’ new business partners, something which he instantly refused, but when he collides with the beautiful Yuna in a chaotic Marketplace five years later, that’s when his decision about the arrange marriage changed.

At first Yuna charmed by Benjamin’s vibrant personality, but when he plants a sudden kiss on her she’s shocked and never wants to see him again!

Devil in Disguise is a light-hearted romance novella set in the Philippines about two young people destined to be together. However, even with a spark, the secret must first be revealed to truly make it work.

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