Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Bryan Davis' New Book -
Beyond the Reflection's Edge

Beyond the Reflection's Edge works on many levels. It's got car chases and get-aways, violin performances at Ganz Hall in Chicago, and a 1980's style flashback. Teenager Nathan Shepard has encountered villains before when helping his Dad recover stolen technology from around the world. Now he faces a new type of villain that is definetly not of this world. With the help of his new friend, Kelly Clark, he has to solve the mystery of what happened to his parents and avoid whoever is chasing him; all with the help of a small mirror, an older 35mm film camera, and his mother's violin.

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For more information, and daily clues leading up to the book release, check out Mr. Davis' blog at: http://dragonsinourmidst.blogspot.com/

Friday, April 18, 2008

Bryan Davis' New Book Releases May, 2008!

Bryan Davis' writing skill shines as he brings together a combination fantasy, science-fiction, suspense, and murder mystery story in Beyond the Reflection's Edge. Nathan Shepherd carries a small mirrored square from his father that reflects images of what isn't always seen. Nathan is pulled from one harrowing adventure to another as he fights to stay ahead of dangerous Interfinity employees. Interfinity wants the small piece of glass he carries, at any cost. But why?

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Bryan Davis' New Book Releases Next Month!

Bryan's new book, Beyond the Reflection's Edge, hits the stores May 2008. This book is published by Zondervan, and is a departure from his earlier two dragon series books published by AMG.
Beyond the Reflection's Edge is his best book to date, and contains great plot twists and suspense. While still geared to young adult readers, the story action is a little more intense than his earlier books. The characterization and story are top notch, and very enjoyable. It's one of those books that are hard to put down because you become so engrossed with the main characters and their adventure.

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Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Happy April Fools Day!

There are no blog tours planned this month for my blog, so I'll take time to mention a couple of writing opportunities in the bluegrass state.

On May 9-10, in Nashville, American Christian Writers is hosting a mentoring retreat. You receive over twelve hours of small group and professional review of your piece to help you learn how evaluate, copy edit, and proofread manuscripts. This is a good way to learn and polish your writing craft.

On June 20-21, in Elizabethtown, Kentucky Christian Writers presents their annual writing conference. Their featured speaker is Karen Moore Artl from Thomas Nelson Publishing.