Three Evolved Publishing Authors in the Spotlight
First, under the ongoing heading of “We Love Awards,” author Stevie Mikayne has been honored by the good folks at the National Indie Excellence Book Awards. They’ve named her debut novel, Jellicle Girl, a Finalist: Gay, Lesbian & Transgender Fiction. We think this is a richly-deserved award, and we thank the folks at the Indie Excellence Awards for recognizing the true quality of this excellent book.
You can get your copy online at any of the retailers linked below:
Second, author D. Robert Pease continues to earn high praise for his multiple award-winning Noah Zarc: Mammoth Trouble. This middle grade sci-fi adventure has captured the imagination of readers young and old alike. It’s true that its intended audience is kids 9-13 years old, with characters they can relate to and empathize with – yet adults are loving it too.
See what author and book reviewer SW Lothian has to say about this wonderful book at Seriously Awesome Adventures.
And of course, be sure to check out the full Noah Zarc series.
For more information on this series, and on all of D. Robert Pease’s books, including links to the online retailer of your choice, please visit www.EvolvedPub.com/DRPeaseBooks/.
Third, author Majanka Verstraete sits down for an interview with The Writer’s Life eMagazine. She talks about the writing and publishing process, and what inspired her to write the Weirdville lower grade series of spooky adventures – chapter books for kids 6-10 years old. With three books already available, and three more coming in 2014, this is the perfect series for young kids who like a spooky tale – scary, but not too scary; in other words, fun scary.
We hope you enjoy these wonderful books for readers of all ages, and as always… thank you.