Publishing his first children's book at the age of 12 in 2013, Peter Houtman has always had a deep passion for literature. Despite her young age, Peter is ambitious and writes books in his free time to be able to share his stories with the world.
Nowadays, Peter also manages a small YouTube channel where he posts animations, draws, and talks about art. youtube.com/c/pantastique
Describe your desk.
It used to be a mess, but nowadays it's considerably tidy, but... full. To the brim. A Cintiq 13HD to my left, currently covered by a Peter Pan-themed Disney Store towel that I use to protect the screen from dust and the sun. It reads "Think of a Wonderful Thought." Then, in front of me, is my computer screen, which has an Ahsoka Tano Funko Pop standing at the base. To the left of the screen there's a collection of books, a Blue Yeti microphone, a desk lamp, and a small whiteboard I use to write down tasks I need to keep track of. To the right of the screen is a Playstation 3 and a Wii U. I don't have the stand to prop up the Wii U properly, so it's squeezed in-between the Playstation and an upright board at the edge of my desk.
It might appear messy to some, but at least now all the tech on my desk serves a purpose. It used to be just a mess of random stuff and garbage, so it's an improvement on my part.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
Probably my ambition. I have a strong belief of "If I can dream it, I can do it". I've spent a lot of time wondering who I am and what I want with my life, and although I am still not entirely sure, it's starting to become clearer to me every step of the way.
Lunaria is a magical world, a fallen kingdom. The dark has taken over the light, and the balance between good and evil must be restored before it's too late.
There are only five people who can stop the dark from consuming Lunaria: the five Guardians of Light.
The final novel in the Guardian Trilogy takes you to the very beginning - long before the Guardians were called to Lunaria. Experience the story of Asura, the youngest of the six Spirits of Light, who'd eventually turn into the villain known as the Master of Nightmares.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, the magical world of Lunaria was freed from corruption by the Bond of Light. The Master, who ruled over Lunaria with an iron fist, was defeated, and the Guardians returned home safely after restoring the balance between the Light and Dark.
To keep things this way, one simple rule had to be obeyed. But unfortunately, not all can go as planned...
As you might already know, every fairy tale starts with "Once Upon a Time". And, let me tell you, so does this one.
When sixteen-year-old James Riverdale takes home a mysterious book, he and his friends come to a shocking conclusion; the dark fairy tale described in this book is real, and they're playing a part in it.