miercuri, 13 aprilie 2016

Blog Tour - The Ending Element: Calista by Lorraine Koh - Guest Post, Giveaway & Teasers

The Ending Element: Calista by Lorraine Koh
Genre: YA Fantasy
Pages: 216
Release date: February 8th 2016


Calista Bloom never wanted to fight in the war and it has been five years since war waged over Kosmotopia. All because of a sword. Fair enough, the Astronblade is supposed to hold infinite power, that is, once it finds its one true owner. 

But every 18-year-old will need to join the military and Calista soon finds herself trying to awaken the Astronblade. 

Will this batch hold the Blade Bearer? Or will finding the Blade Bearer trigger the chain of events that will bring about the end of the world?

About the Author:

Lorraine Koh, who also goes by the pen name, Raine Koh lives in sunny Singapore. She has written Munchy Isn't Everything and Pop Rock Love and is currently working on a new novel. Her hobbies include chasing stars, photographing them and travelling to see them.

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Tips For Aspiring Authors:

Write daily. Write constantly

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Be open to the world around you.

Writers are usually anti-social in nature. We spend long hours facing our computer screen, shut away from society. But most of the time, our writing is drawn from our experiences. Talk to people, travel and get inspired.

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Even if you don’t see any returns after publishing your book, it doesn’t mean you need to throw in the towel. Review your book publishing experience and see what could be done better. If you really feel that being an author is what you have been called to do, then don’t give up. Being an author is an upward climb. Try again, start working on your next book, build your fan base and you will reach the top of the mountain someday.

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