Yannis Karatsioris, Greek born and raised, is 30 years old and lives in Athens, Greece. He has already staged a play, published a fantasy novel in Greek and, after winning with The Book of the Forsaken the gold medal on HarperCollins' competition on authonomy.com, is now making his first steps in the publishing world out of Greece.
His tastes, dark and sarcastic, guide him to a style reminiscent of Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams, Jonathon Stroud and Mikhail Bulghakoff.
A fine fantasy novel with intricate mystery woven in the story. Mr Shaw a new voice in the genre promises entertaining moments to Young Adults and New Adults alike.
Alan Quinn is a boy whose family holds a lot of secrets. He's thrown in the whirlwind of secrets, shadowy allies and new possibilities when he stumbles upon the Silhouettes.
A very interesting collection of short stories and excerpts from a team of new voices in the fantasy/scifi genres. Ideas are explored that a reader cannot encounter in books published traditionally. And that is the brilliance of indie publishing.
Give this team of authors a try, you might be surprised.