Indie Book Bash & Cover Reveals | July 8, 2017
What do vampires, legendary heroes, teenagers with wings, and war all have in common? They all make for really great reads!
Authors Lyra Shanti, Aliya DalRae, Robert Krenzel, and Tabi Slick will be joining forces July 8, 2017 to celebrate their indie books, new releases, and to reveal new book covers.
When: Saturday, July 8, 2017 @ 5-9pm (EST)
Aliya Delrae – 5:00 PM (EST)
***Meet the author and characters of the Jessica Sweet Trilogy***
Robert Krenzel – 6:00 PM (EST)
***Visit with the author and celebrate in this Cover Reveal of A Constant Thunder***
Lyra Shanti – 7:00 PM (EST)
***Come visit with the author and characters of the Shiva XIV Series***
Tabi Slick – 8:00 PM (EST)
***Meet the author and join the characters for the Cover Reveal of Tompkin’s School: For The Dearly Departed***
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Amazon author page: amzn.to/2sjasZR
Lyra Shanti is a novelist, poet, playwright, and songwriter. Her love of theater inspired her imagination, and also introduced her to her partner and soulmate, Timothy. Together they live in Florida where they are perpetually entertained by their two insane cats.
Lyra’s epic sci-fi/fantasy series, Shiva XIV, is currently in its third installment, Riddle of the Gods. The fourth chapter, The River of Time, is due out in late 2017, with one additional book to follow.
Lyra is a lover of nature, animals, anime, music, theater, movies, myths, and of course, books.
Amazon author page: amzn.to/2sjhPjR
Aliya DalRae is the author of the Jessica Sweet Trilogy. Her debut novel, Sweet Vengeance, was published in February 2016, with the sequel, Sweet Discovery, becoming available in April 2017. The third and final book in the trilogy, Sweet Destiny, is well underway.
Born and raised in a farming community in rural Southwest Ohio, Aliya grew up a middle child, with an older and younger brother. Surrounded by corn and cows, it was not unusual for Aliya to immerse herself in books, her way of escaping the humdrum small town life to visit fantastic lands full of mystery, myth and legend. And of course, romance.
Aliya’s first love was musical theater, and as a teenager dreamed of one day performing on Broadway. Her early writing consisted mostly of poetry and songs. Those dreams were put on hold, as life intervened (as life often does), and she moved on with other pursuits.
After graduation, and a brief time living in England, Aliya returned to her home town, where she worked mainly in administrative positions, but her love for books never waned.
In 1992, Aliya met her immortal beloved, and they have been inseparable ever since. When not weaving romantic tales, she can be found working side by side with her husband in their furniture restoration business, where she weaves caned chairs instead.
Amason author page: amzn.to/2sipMWh
Tabi Slick was born in Kansas and grew up in the country where she was homeschooled for the greater part of her childhood. In middle school, her family moved to Davis Oklahoma where she attended public school for several years. Here she began her writing adventure and soon the world of Tompkin’s Academy came to life. After graduating from high school in 2008, she spent a few years in Puerto Rico and wound up in Texas where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington. She was born with an immense appreciation for literature and continues to dedicate her time to her passion of writing.
Amazon author page: amzn.to/2siSNS0
Robert Krenzel was educated at Rutgers University and Eastern Connecticut State University. A retired Armor and Cavalry officer in the US Army, he has seen service in the Balkans, Iraq, and Afghanistan. He now lives in the Kansas City Area with his very understanding wife, two awesome kids, a crazy dog, and assorted cats. He is passionate about history and veteran’s issues.
Bob now works in the financial services industry and is involved with projects to help fellow veterans find employment. When he is not writing or working he is usually trying desperately to keep up with his children’s activities.
And occasionally, if the timing is right, you might find him with map, camera, and notebook hiking across an old battlefield.