Digital Journal highlights Canadian Authors at Raindance Book Festival
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My developmental editor, book launch team and I had the pleasure of launching my latest book, Doubt, book 1 of the Among Us Trilogy at the Rain Dance Book Festival last weekend. Joseph Khalil for Digital Journal covered the event where you can see me in the video below.
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Here are some details about Doubt, book 1 of the Among Us Trilogy.
Do you love shows like J.J. Abrams’ Fringe and read books like Cassandra Clare’s City of Bones?
“Doubt” mashes fringe science, corporate espionage and paranormal encounters to catapult you into an out-of-this-world experience. At 21 years old, Harry and Cristal are fresh out of university with their PhD’s. Labeled all their lives as being ‘weird’ and ‘geeky’, they find true friendships with other outcasts by playing online virtual reality games. Harry Doubt, a genius programmer and creator of the popular online game ‘Truth Seekers’, has a personal mission to find his mother who went mysteriously missing. He enlists his gaming friends to join in helping him find her and their own missing loved ones. During Harry’s missions, Cristal and the team of ‘Truth Seekers’ stumble upon things that make them doubt the reality of their own lives when they realize there are supernatural forces living among them. This triggers the beginning of the ‘end of the world’ as they know it. Here is an excerpt from the Digital Journal article:
The “Sundance for Books”, Vivalogue Publishing and Black Bond Books held the first Raindance Book Festival which celebrates and supports local Canadian authors. Organizer Lynn Duncan was passionate about giving Canadian local authors a chance to shine.Digital Journal was on hand to film the festival which took place at Lansdowne Centre Mall in Richmond, BC. Watch the video to see interviews with the authors who participated at the festival. The featured authors were able to take the opportunity to show off their books and do book signings to dozens of attendees at the festival. Black Bond Books handled the sales of the books on site which made the process of book selling run smoothly. The morning part of the festival highlighted authors in the children and young adult genres while in the afternoon, authors in the adult fiction and non-fiction were the focus. The Raindance Book Festival provided a platform for the new book release launches for three authors: Mary Laudien, author of Frenchie Diva; Mauro Azzano, author of The Dead Don’t Dream; and Anne-Rae Vasquez, author of Doubt, book 1 of the Among Us Trilogy.
The event was UStreamed to fans all over the world, a first for us and a great success. Doubt debut release on the same day of the book launch at Raindance Book Festival put it as #6 in the Amazon Best Seller list in the Fiction/ Metaphysical & Visionary category and #26 in the Urban Fantasy/ Paranormal category.
If you missed the event, you can catch the UStream video here:
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Here are some great photos of our Book Launch team, fans, friends and Truth Seekers. Thanks to Gabriel Lascu, press photographer.
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