I’d be interested to know if every writer feels this way, but when I release a new book I have a giddy moment of hysteria followed by a desire to shovel copious amounts of cake! Giving up alcohol two years ago put the kibosh on swigging a gallon of celebratory bubbles, but a large mug of Tetley tea certainly helps the cake crumbs to digest.
Guardians of the Sky is the second book in my young adult trilogy and follows our heroine, Amber Noble, as she helps a fae queen to reclaim her throne from an evil force.
I loved writing Amber’s character as she is so similar to me in her desire to keep her family close and her friends safe. Her sassy and feisty nature remind me of my daughter, so there are overlapping elements of both of us in her.
In book one, Amber discovers she is supernatural and finds a way to cope with her blossoming powers. As we continue her adventure in book two, Amber is growing into those powers but still struggles to make decisions that affect her head and heart. It’s a classic coming of age story, with a handsome love interest, developing friendships, and tough choices. Our teenagers face these topics on a daily basis. Okay, so they might not have to battle an evil General or run from a lava hog eating demon, but double science followed by maths is roughly the same on the stress scale in my opinion! Continue reading “Happy Release Day – Guardians of the Sky #YA #Fantasy by S L Wilson”