I am pleased to welcome author Matthew Newman today in support of his new young adult novel, Kingdom of Ink and Paper. Read on to learn all about it.
About Kingdom of Ink and Paper:
Every book you’ve ever read. Every story you’ve ever heard. What if they were all true? When best-selling novelist Arthur O’Neill is found murdered, high school student Will Morgan assumes his premonition of the event was mere coincidence. But when Will meets a character from one of Arthur’s famous books, he learns there’s more to this man’s writing than just words. By way of a powerful warrior named Tam, Will is introduced to the World of the Written, a universe parallel to our own where every story ever published by humans comes to life.On the surface, the World of the Written is a realm of fantasy beyond Will’s wildest dreams: one of magic, knights, wizards, and high adventure. However, as Will explores more of this newfound land, he realizes Arthur’s death may have just been the start of something even fiction’s greatest heroes aren’t prepared to face.
About the Author:
A 2018 graduate of Duke University, I’ve been a writer for as long as I can remember. I don’t know when it started–it could have been the scribbles that stopped me from paying attention in 3rd grade Language Arts, or when I first started writing The Castle in the Wishing Well. Regardless, I have always been a storyteller at heart. Fun facts about me as a person: “Medieval Weaponry” is an interest listed on my corporate resume, fall is my favorite season, and I’m tragically allergic to avocados.
I am the proud author of three novels: The Castle in the Wishing Well (2010), The Kingdom in the Sea (2013), and Kingdom of Ink and Paper (2020), formerly known as The World Only They Could See. I am also the founder, owner, and director of Sandcrest Publishing, an LLC established to promote my self-published works.
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