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Author Interview: ‘Genex of Halcyon’ by Joshua Stelling

About the Book:

In this near-future utopia, in Halcyon all are free. People with wings fly alongside skyline railcars, between the towers. They are more than what we’ve known as human, the next stage of our evolution. Amid the psychic computers and genetic freaks, competitive laser sports and mindless bots, runs a love triangle stronger than death itself. Over these three nights in 2051, Harmony and Azad must find their way through misfits and prophets, blood and tears, to new horizons. Their fate, in the time of climate change, in the afterglow of the rise of machines, is entwined with the world.

What people are saying:

“Something special and unique in its genre. Worth reading the first time and even worth revisiting to explore its complex, fresh ideas.” “In the dystopian genre, this can be a difficult line to walk, but Stelling does it masterfully.” “[The] writing in this book is beautiful.” — Steph Huddleston, The Independent Book Review

“Atmospheric and lyrical, telling the story like it took place in a dream without slowing the pace or dulling the storyline.” — Jennia Ahava, Blogger


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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

I wrote my first story in early grade school, published by the in-school publisher, spiral-bound like a boss.  It was about a giant frog who found a little boy and kept him as a pet. Well, he wanted to anyway, but it didn’t work out too well. I wanted to be a writer before that, though. Sometime around when I first heard Shel Silverstein’s poetry, I think. I remember this one about a kid saving the universe playing at the arcade.  Nothing was ever the same after that.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

My laptop follows me everywhere. It’s a Lenovo Yoga 730, and well recommended for the task. I prefer Word, though I’ve been wanting to experiment with Scrivener as well. Otherwise, you know it most often happens on the couch in the living room, jamming some good tunes on bluetooth. I’d love to say I take it into the mountains, and write while sitting on a cliff and watching the sun go down, but that’s just not how it works, most days. We’ve recently remodeled a reading room, so maybe I’ll start doing it there soon. Honestly, it’s like meditation though, in that it’s a headspace that matters, not a physical one.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

I tend to think of any creative act as a process of synthesis. Whether we know them or not, our influences always shape our output. Genex of Halcyon is something of a cross between Brave New World and Hamlet. Toss in a bit of The Island of Dr Moreau for flavoring, roll it around with elements of existential philosophy and a pinch of chaos theory, and eventually what comes out of that mental oven looks completely unique, unlike any particular one of it’s ingredients. Oh and Google. I’m constantly researching while I write, this being hard sci-fi, full of genetic experimentation, a unified field theory of physics, laser sports and robots that know all about you, after all.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

Learning to outline properly has been one of the longest, hardest lessons of my writing journey, but also one of the most essential. I usually know titles, names and endings first, but that’s not to say they don’t change as a story develops. Outlines are not to be cages, but scaffolding is so very necessary if you’re trying to sculpt something larger than yourself.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

I write mostly hard sci-fi, but tend toward the poetic, literate, adult or even erotic side of that. Some of my short fiction is more modern day, and I certainly don’t want to pigeon-hole myself into any small box. My next novel-length work is sci-fi/fantasy, with a more pulp adventure feel.  I will go where my imagination leads.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

My dream cast is impossible, being an amalgamation of actors and actresses of different ages, at different times, but I’ve envisioned the cast of Genex of Halcyon as including Chyler Leigh, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Emily Browning, David Boreanaz, my girlfriend’s dad, Alicia Vikander, Michael Fassbender, Mackenzie Foy and Marion Cotillard, among others, with costumes by Grimes and direction by Stanley Kubrick.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors?

Thoreau, Wells, Burgess, Huxley, Stephensen, Gaiman, LeGuin, Fitzgerald and Neruda come to mind immediately. In nonfiction I’m a fan of Gleick, Sagan, Gibran, and anything that opens your eyes to the world outside of yourself. Lately I’ve been reading Marcus Aurelius.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

I just finished “Beneath the Sugar Sky” by Seanan Mcguire. Honestly not blown away, but I don’t like to start something and not finish it. It wasn’t all bad, for sure, but not worth the hype, to me. I’ve also been dipping in and out of Gaiman’s “Fragile Things,” and enjoying that one well enough. I finished “Cycles of Time” by Roger Penrose last month, and you can find a short review I wrote up on my blog. I’m halfway through the audio book for King’s “Carrie” as well, and that’s pretty awesome.

9: What is your favourite book and why?

It’s a hard question, no doubt, without a fast answer. This time I think I’m going with Walden. Not that it’s the most enjoyable read of all time, but rather it was one of the most affective books in my life. Thoreau changed my outlook on everything, from nature to society to economics, with that book, when I was around 20. Everyone should read it.

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

Take the time. If you’re a writer, then write. Revise. Don’t be afraid of a rough draft that’s awful, but in the end don’t settle for anything less than your best work. Don’t write for a paycheck. Write for the story, for the characters, for everything you can breathe to life. This world desperately needs storytellers, and good ones. Don’t just add words to the pile. No, create something that really matters to you. I like to say that the hole you see in the world is exactly the space where you alone belong. Fill it. My dad always used to say, “Whatever you do in life, just don’t be boring.”

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?

I’ll be the first to admit I’m a bit of a social media slut these days. Haha. But the links are many. Find me on Facebook under Arch & Gravity Publishing, Joshua Stelling, and Quin the Game. Find me on Twitter @StellingJoshua. Instagram is the same, with both Arch & Gravity and my own page. My reviews blog, at JoshuaStelling.com, is updated semi-weekly with movie, book and music reviews, and editorials of anything I feel like writing.  rchandGravity.com is the best portal for learning about the book, which is on sale all month long for $1.99 in ebook, across the web. We’re even available internationally now! So wherever you are, grab a copy and explore some shockingly different, modern science fiction. Midwest Book Review recently called Genex of Halcyon “A soaring vision of the near future.”  Indies Today called it “A sublime sci-fi gem.” Thanks!

Website page links: www.joshuastelling.comwww.archandgravity.com and www.quinthegame.com

Facebook page links: www.facebook.com/JoshuaStelling, www.facebook.com/ArcheandGravitywww.facebook.com/quinthegame and www.facebook.com/Genex-of-Halcyon

Twitter: @StellingJoshua

Instagram: www.instagram.com/joshuastelling

About the Author:

Raised in Colorado by an ex-lawyer turned philosopher and cabbie, and a reformed catholic nun, Stelling cut his teeth in middle-class suburbia, learning everything about sex, drugs and science the hard way – through books.  A poet and music lover, he spent his time running record stores around Denver, building his own craft on the side.  Now the stories in the man have become worlds, and his pages have turned into books.  Combining hard sci-fi and adult fiction with a fluent love of metaphor and poetry, his work will challenge you and leave you wanting more.  Should you meet a philosopher driving a cab, in the skies above Korea, sometime in the next fifty years, you’ll know it is another lost daydream of Joshua Stelling, like no other.

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Book Review: ‘Time Crawlers’ by Varun Sayal

Title: Time Crawlers: Stories from Parallel Universes

Published: 2nd July 2018

Author: Varun Sayal

Facebook: www.facebook.com/varun.sayal

Twitter: @vsa2

Instagram: www.instagram.com/varunsayal



Six sci-fi themes, six stories

Alien Invasion, Dark A.I., Time-Travel, High-Tech Hindu Mythology, Djinn Folklore, Telekinetics, and life-consuming cosmic entities are some major themes in this book. The author has woven these subjects into six tightly-knit, fast-paced science fiction tales.

1. Eclipse: No attacks, no blood-shed, yet there was an invasion and a conquest. Who are these shapeshifter aliens being hounded by an eclipse?

2. Death by Crowd: The dark desires of the masses; darknet websites fueled by a crypto-currency. What lurks in the background – an advanced artificial intelligence?

3. Genie: He rubbed a lamp alright, but what he got was the shock of his life. An entirely sci-fi take on the djinn myth.

4. Time Crawlers: There are individuals who exist in multiple time periods at once, and there are those who know about them….

5. The Cave: The fate of an advanced imperial race hangs in balance as a dark celestial entity meets a legendary protector.

6. Nark-astra, The Hell Weapon: The weapons he possesses make him the destroyer of worlds, and he burns for revenge. A high-tech take on ancient Indian mythology.



A collection of short reads about multiple universes. You are thrown in to different sci-fi worlds, one right after the other, not necessarily connecting. Going from the strange, dark and bizarre, to the lighter side of knowledge. What would you wish for? Can’t be more wishes.

Eclipse – 4d aliens have slowly taken over the Earth and its up to those that can see them to find a way to get rid of them before it’s too late. But what you believe and what is actually true might be called into question with the arrival of the next eclipse. What path will you follow if told there is another route?

Death by Crowd – takes you to a dark place on the web that should be deleted. A bit disturbing to tell you the truth about what people would be willing to pay to watch. The norm is no longer wanted and “entertainment” takes on a more twisted role. If I’m being honest I really didn’t like this one. A bit too twisted for me.

Genie – rub a lamp and out pops a genie. To the shock of the wisher the genie is female. Seems reading a book is too much like hard work for some but might have been a good idea when the amount of wishes left is in question. Fount of knowledge that the genie doesn’t mind explaining to a point but frankly she has stuff to get back to so the quicker the wish is made the faster she can get home.

Time Crawlers – moving through time to be in different places at the same time. Being the same person but living multiple lives throughout each time crawl not staying in one place too long. Those that know of them can see how it works but not try it. Time is about how you view it, different perspectives on the same time frame depending on who is really experiencing it.

The Cave – a planet seeking help from an unknown entity within a dark cave that appears to be from another world. Total destruction could be on the cards if help isn’t found. But with help come rules and some they might not want to follow. Times ticking so might be a plan to agree for the sake of all. Well that’s if the one come to help is up to the challenge.

Nark-Astra – seeking revenge on the king who destroyed his land and people. One man against an army would seem to show that the odds would be against him. That is if it wasn’t for an enhanced bio-weapon mixed with a little mythical science/magic thrown in. Seeking revenge at the expense of innocents isn’t the way to go. Seems our one man has some re-thinking to do.

Overall an interesting collection of short, snappy reads.

3 out of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review.

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Author Interview: ‘Catching Hell Part Two: Destination’ by Marc Watson

About the Book:

The second part of this epic duology! A critical blow has been dealt to the robotic Army of the Old, but at a great price. Broken and weary, best friends Johan and Aryu have been separated while chasing forces from the distant past that they both fear.

Aryu, the man with wings, pursues the enemy while he slowly slips into the enticing magic and mystery of the Power, led by the great phoenix Nixon Ash.

Johan stands on the steps of Bankoor, a futuristic city full of wonder and mistrust. Here he must make his stand to avenge his destroyed home and find his friend.

As the gap between the brave warriors closes, the worlds of technology and magic will clash!


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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

Gladly! My name is Marc Watson, and I’m a science fiction / fantasy author from Calgary Alberta, Canada. I’ve been a “serious” writer for almost three years, and had been an active personal writer (as in only writing for myself and my own enjoyment) ever since I was 15 years old. I’m a happily married man with two wonderful, active young boys.

I was always the creative type, and I wrote extensively for my own amusement throughout my teens. I always wanted to write stories influenced by the pop culture I was absorbing at the time, but through my own lens. Three years ago I decided to really make a go of it, and three published books later, here I am.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

Absolutely. I have very little personal time to write since I’m usually working or on Daddy duty, so I love writing at my desk at work during my lunch break. I’ve never been able to write in silence or at night or in my own little dedicated nook of some kind. I need activity around me.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

They come from all sorts or a-typical writer places. Some are inspired by real life events that take on a life of their own in my imagination, whereas others are just my imagination running wild after I watch or read something really inspirational.

I’m also a fairly adept lucid dreamer, and anything I need to flesh out a bit more without the burdens of reality usually get thrown in there as I sleep and I see how it makes me feel.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

All I’ll say is that I have a destination (book plug!) when I start writing. My debut novel Death Dresses Poorly was only supposed to be a novella, and it ended up taking on a life of its own.

Catching Hell, which was originally one book instead of a duology, was originally a 250k-word story. I just wrote until I got to where I wanted to go and it got a little carried away. After edits and splitting the story to something more palatable, it became what it is today.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

I primarily write science fantasy (a blend of science fiction and fantasy), so I like mixing robots and technology with my magic. I’ve been known to branch out (my debut was an urban fantasy / black comedy) but I never stray far from those breeds of genre fiction.

As for what drew me to them, it would likely be the freedom of the genre. I can create any world or rules that I want to, with a minimum of research or boundaries. I can just let my brain go, and then I just need to stay within whatever loose framework of rules I’ve given the world I’m writing.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

Hmm. I think I want to dodge this a bit, in that I never really wanted to imprint my idea of who the two main protagonists were as I wrote them. I know what they look like, but it’s really a reader who gives them form.

I will say that I have an idea for the two secondary characters for sure. The phoenix warrior Nixon Ash is certainly Gerard Butler, being just as strong, aloof and absurdly Scottish as he can possibly be.

Crystal Kokuou would be someone like Emma Stone. Playful and mischievous, but with a hint of someone with a massive amount of underlying power and gravitas.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors?

As much as Stephen King would cringe, I don’t read very much at all right now. As I mentioned, I’m a busy guy, and if I have time to read, then I likely have time to be doing something more important. I have kids to get to school or hockey or just goof off with, a wife I don’t see often to spend time with, or a sport to play or hike to go on. Also, writing! If I can read, then why can’t I write instead?

Not to say I don’t read at all. I just really need to commit to it. I love the Lightbringer series by Brent Weeks, Terry Brooks is finishing off his longstanding Shannara series soon, and I’ve read all of those so I’m sure I’ll finish them off as well. Otherwise, I’d rather be outside or playing whatever video game I’ve been neglecting.

I will always give a shout out to YA author Gordon Korman, who has always been my inspiration for getting into writing. Although I don’t read his work anymore, my kids sure do, which is an experience I’ve been happy to pass on to them.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

Absolutely nothing. It’s hockey season.

9: What is your favourite book and why?

Without a doubt it’s The Shipping News by E. Annie Proulx. Not a fantasy story at all, so a bit of a surprising choice, but to anyone that’s ever read it you can see why. Just the most amazing, fleshed out, detailed, flawed characters I’ve ever experienced in any medium. The small world she created is my high bar. It’s the benchmark I strive for. Also, it won a Pulitzer, so it has the hardware to back up the praise.

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

The most earnest thing I tell any potential writer is to always write at your own pace. I have a serious distaste for things like daily writing challenges and events like NaNoWriMo and its ilk. If you can only write a few words a day, then write them, and make them the best possible words you can. Or if you feel like letting your fingers fly and smashing out an epic in a month, do it. If you have to force yourself to write something, is it really worth writing, or in my case, reading? Maybe, but well thought out words always come across better.

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?  

People can find me on Twitter where I’ve quite active (@writewatson) as well as Instagram (@writewatson) and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/marcwroteabook. I also have my website at www.marcwatson.ca, which I do my best to keep up to date personally, as well as a few blog posts and updates you won’t find anywhere else.


About the Author:

Hello, I’m Marc Watson, and I write stuff. I’m an author of genre fiction (primarily Fantasy and Science Fiction of all lengths). I began writing at the age of 15 with a pen and paper, and I’ve never really stopped, even though until recently it was more of a background to me than my defining trait. I have been published on flash fiction site www.101words.org, as well as comedy site www.thecorrectness.com. I’ve been a student of the excellent writing classes at Athabasca University for a number of years.

I live in Calgary, Alberta, and was spawned out of the depths of Southern Ontario. I’m a husband, proud father of two, and can be sometimes found at an actual job. I’m an avid outdoorsman, martial artist of some high repute, baseball player of very little repute, and lover of all Mexican foods. One day ‘World Famous Poutine Aficionado’ will be on my business cards.

For public appearances and interviews, I am proudly represented by Creative Edge Publicity.


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About the Book:

Catching Hell is the first part of a sci-fi/fantasy epic about two friends separated on their quest to avenge their destroyed home. Aryu, who has wings, and Johan have their home destroyed by a mechanical army thought extinct. Now separated, Aryu learns that he must also deal with Nixon Ash, a phoenix-man sworn to kill owners of the Shi Kaze, a weapon Aryu recently found. Meanwhile Johan and his tactical mind adventure to a distant, advanced city to find a way to defeat their enemy and reunite with his best friend.

One goes into the world of the fantastic and mystical, while the other goes to the technological. Each are worlds they were raised to fear, but now must face to defeat their common enemy.


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Website: www.creative-edge.services

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Twitter: @MickeyCreative

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Book Blitz: ‘The Many Adventures of Peter and Fi Volume I: Homecoming’ by Kelvyn Fernandes

Title: The Many Adventures of Peter and Fi

Volume I: Homecoming

Author: Kelvyn Fernandes

Genre: Fantasy Adventure


About the Book:

Follow Peter and Fi as they work together, each searching for something uniquely special to them through the four kingdoms of their known world. It’s a tale of fantastical beasts, peculiar characters, remarkable settings, and a unique brand of biochemistry-based magic. A story that focuses on meaningful character interactions, delicate world building, and intense action battles.

“She emerged within a dark sea of green, shielding her eyes against the crescent moon’s pale blaze. The twinkling stars hummed softly, discordant against the chattering birds below. The lush leaves rippled in the breeze, tempting Fi to dip her toes in for a swim. The wind blew at her back and she turned east to face it. The fresh air carried the salty spray of the Shimmering Sea. Although she could not see it, she knew it was right there. Her ears caught the distant waves crashing against the shore. One last step. She thought.”


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Mini Author Interview:

1. Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

I graduated McMaster University with a Bachelors in Biochemistry and I use the lessons I learned there to fuel the magic system in my fantasy world. My favourite activities include back-country canoeing in Algonquin Park and travelling with friends. I love taking new places I visit and new people I meet and incorporating them into my writing.

I’ve always been inspired by storytellers. Whenever I ingest media I’m constantly considering “Why did they present it like this? How would I have done it differently?” And writing is my way of telling a story the best way I think it should be told. I’ve always had an active imagination, with some fantastical scenario or far-off adventure playing in the back of my mind. The Many Adventures of Peter and Fi is the one story I couldn’t keep for myself and wanted to share with the world.

2. Do you have a favourite time when you write?

I love writing well into the night. I find the words just flow in the dead silence and distractions are few. It’s not uncommon for me to start a writing session at midnight and go for few hours. Unfortunately this is an impossible schedule to keep when trying to live a normal adult life, so I try my hardest to find inspiration during the day too!

3. Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

I definitely just let the story take me wherever it wants. During the planning phase, I brainstorm all kinds of ideas over weeks and months and then fit those thoughts into a coherent outline. Then during the writing phase, I do my best to stick to that outline, but my characters often take me on their own detours or decide to spark a conversation that can go on for a few pages. It’s always good to have a plan, but that plan needs to be malleable to your whims.

4. What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

My books are a fantasy adventure. Magic and monsters. Fantastical settings and deep bonds. It’s the stuff I always loved growing up and I was excited to tackle the genre in my own unique way. That being said, its important to derive inspiration from all walks of life. I enjoy reading mysteries, thrillers, biographies, histories, etc. I find it’s useful to enhance my palate and consider and incorporate ideas I never would have come across otherwise.

5. What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

Just write! Seriously, you’ll never know whether you’re any good at it until you find out. If you’re unsure or embarrassed, keep your writing to yourself or share it anonymously. But when you’re ready, show it to your friends and family and ask for their input. You need to have confidence in your work in order for it to succeed. Also, don’t just blindly take advice if it doesn’t fit your style. Go against conventions! Who cares? Do what you want in the way that you want to do it, and your passion will drive you forward!

Social Media Links:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/PeterandFi

Twitter: @peterandfi

Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/peterandfi

Patreon: www.patreon.com/peterandfi


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Book Blitz: ‘Without Hesitation’ by Talia Jager


Free book alert!!! To celebrate the newly released Painted Skies (Beyond Earth: Book Two) by Talia Jager, the first book in this series is available for free download! Read all about Without Hesitation, download your free copy, and enter the amazing giveaway below!

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Publication Date: June 16th, 2017

Genre: LGBT/ Sci-Fi/ Adventure


Without Hesitation is set a thousand years in the future. Earth has become a wasteland. Humans traveled into space to colonize other suitable planets. Labels and stereotypes are a thing of the past and gender and sexual identity are as fluid as love as humans strive to survive. Here we meet Everleigh, the commander of her ship named Nirvana. She is under the control of an evil madman, Caspar, who keeps her family captive. He sends her to Valinor to abduct the Empress Akacia. When she arrives, she is taken back by Akacia’s beauty and when the Empress fights back, Everleigh realizes she has met her match.

**This book is an LGBTQ story with a female/ female relationship.**

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“Oh, bugger!” she muttered from her dressing room.


“I’m stuck.” She giggled. “I’m going to find the sales lady to help.”

“No! I’ll help. Open your door.”

A few seconds passed before I heard the lock click. She opened the door and I walked in and locked it behind me.

“Zipper’s stuck.” She moved her hair so I could see.

I struggled with the zipper for a minute before working it loose. I pulled it down exposing the intricate tattoos down her back. “Wow…”

Pink flamed her cheeks. “Phases of our moon, Oro.”

I trailed my fingers down her back and she shuddered. It took everything in me not to lean in and kiss her. Our eyes met in the mirror. Her blue eyes were wide with curiosity and bright with anticipation. She tilted her head to the side just enough to expose the long line of her neck and that made my heart speed out of control. I closed the small space between us and let my lips touch her skin. Her breath hitched. She was so warm, so soft, and so perfect.

My lips trailed soft kisses up to her ear, she trembled and let out a low moan. I circled her waist with one arm to steady her. My heart felt like it was going to jump out of my body. Every inch of my skin warmed.

Akacia turned so that we were face to face and her hand came up to cup my cheek. I rested my hands on her waist. Her gaze darted from my eyes to my lips. She muttered something about hesitation and then her soft, supple lips were on mine.

It was my turn to be surprised. Nobody had ever been so bold, but I was only startled for a beat before I seized her lips and deepened the kiss.

When Akacia pulled away the tiniest of moans escaped my mouth. A smile played on her lips that I swear tasted like honey. She tangled her hands in my hair at the back of my neck.

There was a knock on the door. “Do you need help?”

Akacia giggled and I answered, “No. Just another minute.”

-Without Horizons

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Talia is no stranger to labels and judgment. She has slowly been developing her voice for those who need help speaking up. She believes that someday labels will be a thing of the past, that sexuality will be fluid, love will be love, and mental illness will be handled with love and care.

Talia is an author with fifteen books published including: Damaged: Natalie’s Story, Teagan’s Story: Her Battle With Epilepsy, If I Die Young, Secret Bloodline, Lost and Found, The Gifted Teens Series, The Between Worlds Series and The Beyond Earth Series. When she’s not writing, she enjoys hiking red rocks or sitting on the beach with a Kindle in her hands and her toes in the ocean.

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