Azurine Series

I wrote Destiny of an Azurine in the summer of 2013. I’m currently combing through the chapters revising and editing them to the best of my ability, yet I would like to have an editor fine tune it to perfection. With the support, I’ll be able to have a book cover created and have copies printed.

Destiny of an Azurine

Following the death of her parents, SARIAH, a 15 year-old African American girl, finds herself among the elite at Leonis Academy on Triton Island. Fulfilling their last wish, she uncovers a hidden family secret buried within the island. Caught between humans and Azurineans, she finds herself with the weight of two galaxies on her shoulders, she must act quickly restoring Lazuli and save the universe.
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Supporting my writing
Any support received will go directly into my piggy bank. The only time I’ll smash it would be to get the next chapter edited or the book cover completed.  Bottom line, all support received will solely be used for the creation of this book. You’ll only be charged when new chapter has been released. Chapters released will be on all social media sites FB, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Google+, and my blog. 

Rewards:

What’s in it for you? First and foremost, you’d get to read an awesome storyline. But, when you pledge a certain amount per chapter on the site, I’ll reward you. I’m more excited about the rewards than my posting my chapters.

“You know, when a prince saves a girl,” He whispers his voice low, raspy hitting every inch of her spirit. He’s got her right where he wants her those sapphire eyes holding her gaze. “He should be rewarded.” –Leo Huntington, Destiny of an Azurine, Chapter 7.

There are a few rewards that have limited quantity, yet the rewards are grand. I’m looking forward to the rewards as I’m curious on the character mash-ups and interviews. This would be fun. I would love to interview a favorite character from a story/book I’m reading to see how they’d interact with me.

Recognition

I won’t post how much or anything like that, but I think it’s a great way to say thanks.

 

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