Publisher’s Weekly on “Auralia’s Colors”

Approximately one hour after I turned in Cyndere's Midnight to the publisher, my editor passed along the new Publisher's Weekly review of Auralia's Colors ... Film critic and author Overstreet (Through a Screen Darkly) offers a powerful myth for his first foray into fiction. The kingdom of Abascar is cloaked in gloom, sentenced to an ongoing "wintering" by a jealous queen, in which colors have been done away with and are only allowed in the royal court. But young Auralia, found as a baby by the … [Read more...]

Publishers Weekly on “Through a Screen Darkly”

It's not often I steal a line from Darth Vader, but here goes: "This will be a day long remembered." … [Read more...]


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