Check out my first YA Fantasy book: A Door into Evermoor!

Check out my first venture into YA fantasy!  Evil Sytishi, a half-Elf Princess, and a SyCajister sorcerer!  All this and more in A Door into Evermoor!

Check it out here: A Door into Evermoor.  #WritingCommunity

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18 thoughts on “Check out my first YA Fantasy book: A Door into Evermoor!

  1. Your giggle for the day…when I started ebook making, I didn’t think of YA as young adult but female writers….Had to look it up to get it translated. LOL…I suck at short forms.

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    • Thank you so much! Gonna be awhile, I’m around 60k into it, but it needs a lot of editing. Hopefully, you’ll like some of the new stuff: an Ogre who’s trapped in a tower and has a sword visibly sticking out of his head, much more neat stuff from Evermoor, the fantasy version of the Golden Age of Piracy…thanks for reading!

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      • What a great idea. I admire how hard you work. I published a YA book and it was not only a ton of work but the research took forever. I hope someday to be a better short story writer. I mostly write poetry. You are a prolific writer. You are an energetic young man. What age group is it appropriate for my friend? Also does it have superheroes? Big hugs 🤗 Joni

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      • It is indeed a lot of research! I had to feel around for how much and what kind of swearing would be appropriate and not distracting, as well as get in the head of someone who wasn’t truly jaded by painful adult experiences. I’d say it’s appropriate for middle-schoolers and up, kind of a really soft PG-13. Sadly, however, it doesn’t have superheroes–it’s a portal story into a fantasy world. Although my hero’s toddering old dog turns into a giant wolf-man on the other side of the portal, so that may suffice…😄

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