With persistence, creativity and the help of her parents, Kathryn developed an idea for a story into The Prophesied (Friesen Press). She will be on hand Feb. 15 to sign copies of her YA fantasy novel at the Montgomery County Book Festival.
“I look forward to meeting people and moving readers to buy The Prophesied,” she said about the time and effort involved in book promotion. “I’m also excited to meet Ridley Pearson, whose books I’ve read.” Pearson, author of the Kingdom Keepers series, will be the book festival’s keynote speaker.
In The Prophesied, Kathryn writes of Amber, who has been forgotten by everyone that matters on her 12th birthday. Even her best friend, Mo, seems to have disappeared. Mo suddenly reappears and tells Amber about a hidden kingdom of dragons. When sharp, red points turn up on Amber’s skin, she accidently sets fire to a mean girl who mocks her appearance. Only then does Amber finally realize that she is a dragon!
The Prophesied is available for order from http://FriesenPress.com/bookstore, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and from most book retailers. Readers can also purchase the ebook on Kindle, Nook, iTunes and GooglePlay.
Book Signing Event: Montgomery County Book Festival, Lone Star College-Montgomery, Feb. 15.
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