Hi there Supreme Reader Overlords!
The lovely Jana has been so kind that she offered me a guest post slot on her brilliant blog. I think she believes me to be funny, so I will try to humor you with my charm and wit. Though in all honesty, I’m just an awkward geek who sometimes passes for being clever.
Well anyways. Hmm…ah yes. So I’ve written a book. It is called Kyle Demore and the Timekeeper’s Key. Not many people know about it yet, but basically it goes a bit like this:
It was a horrible day in math class…that turned into the adventure of a lifetime.
In this exciting debut book from a fresh new YA author, come meet Kyle Demore: the oddball and outcast of Grayling Junior High. After Kyle accidentally turns Grayling’s gym into a snow-packed toboggan run, he is expelled, only to be recruited for a school in another realm that he’s already seen in some bizarre dreams. In Endera, nothing is the same, especially keys. Turns out they can unlock spectacular and magical powers–but only in the right pair of hands.
In Endera, Kyle finds he’s no longer a………..
Hmmm… I don’t want to give any of you potential readers any more of the blurb seeing as you can find the rest of it on my website or if you’re feeling a bit adventurous you can look on Amazon. Please take no offense potential readers! I only want to offer you other information that I’ve yet to put anywhere else on the internet.
Jana’s last guest post by Marissa Meyer was an interesting piece about how she named one of her heroines. I’m not very good at coming up with names so I won’t try to pull off having the same brilliance of Marissa Meyer. However, I can offer a little sneak peek into one of my favorite characters in the story. You’ll learn more about him later should any of you decide to pick up my book, but I think he’s interesting enough to merit a little preview.
His name is Kevin the Stone!
Kevin is 15. Tall, strong, and built like an ox. He was born completely deaf, leaving him incapable of normal speech. He is able to communicate using the power of keys through a specially designed notepad that was created by his loving grandmother. From his grandmother he picked up the habit of gently squeezing people’s cheeks when he meets them. He has long black hair and an attractive face that the ladies can’t seem to get enough of. Though it probably helps that he interacts with the world like an innocent child, always smiling and always saying “ah” which happens to be one of the only things he can say on his own.
Well there you go. That’s my bit on Kevin the Stone. Hopefully he sounds intriguing to everyone out there. I think he’s a fun dude who many of you will enjoy, but of course I leave that to you.
I suppose I’ve done enough talking for one post. As you might have realized, I am quite new to this author business so I feel odd when I talk about my own work. I should mention that Kyle Demore and the Timekeeper’s Key is now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and Google Play.
For some more info about me and my book. Please check out my website. Thanks for having me for a Guest Post, Jana!