Can you survive your destiny?
Alone and imprisoned by the Ravinori, Geneva’s legendary power is tested as Malakai’s quest for supremacy threatens the people she loves. It’s do or die as she faces her overwhelming destiny head on. Despite the cost, Geneva will give everything she has to fulfill her mythical prophecy. She’s forged the strength and courage to face her fate, but can Geneva’s light surpass the darkness?
Christina Benjamin is the Award-Winning Author of the Young Adult series The Geneva Project.
Her debut novel, The Geneva Project - Truth, has won multiple awards, including the Gold Medal for YA fiction at the 2014 Florida Authors & Publishers Awards.
The Geneva Project offers fans of mega-hit YA fiction like Harry Potter, The Hunger Games and Percy Jackson a new series to obsess over. Christina paints a vivid world, where magic and imagination run wild in her epic tale of adventure, courage, friendship and self-discovery.
Christina lives in Florida with her husband, and her character inspiring pets, where she spends her free time working on her book series and speaking at schools to inspiring creativity in young writers.
FAPA President's Gold Medal (YA Fiction)
London Book Festival - Runner-Up (Young Adult Category)
"Top Choice" - www.litpik.com
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Amanda, the main character in the Being Me series, got her thoughts out on paper as often as possible. In fact, it was such a big theme, I picked diary themed covers for the series. I’ve written in a journal on and off since third grade. Many of us have realized the mental health benefits of writing out our thoughts including clarifying thoughts and feelings, knowing ourselves better, reducing stress, and problem solving. Have you realized journaling actually makes you smarter? Here’s how:
Other ideas for journaling include:
I personally have found that logging my work tasks has been very helpful. Further, I jot down story ideas so I don’t forget them. Yes, I may have a vampire novel stuffed somewhere in my journal!
If you journal or if you don’t I hope you’ve found this information helpful!
All the best,
Find out more at http://psychcentral.com/lib/the-health-benefits-of-journaling/ and http://www.huffingtonpost.com/thai-nguyen/benefits-of-journaling-_b_6648884.html.
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of justice. Would you risk it all for love?”
It all comes down to choice. Choose to live. Choose to die. Choose to love.
Zared’s choice is to rescue the love of his life, Tru Shepard, despite the warrant for his own death. She’s a prisoner at a remote military compound.
Tru’s choices are limited. Marry a man she despises or face death.
Sometimes life dictates what’s important.
Is love enough to risk it all?
Will Zared’s ultimate mission prevail?
Check out Rescue and Regress, book one of the alliance chronicles with these links!
Amazon author page: https://www.amazon.com/SF-Benson/e/B01DI9Z58Q/
SF Benson, a Michigan native, resides in Georgia with her husband, a human daughter,
and a couple of miniature fur kids (two female short-haired guinea pigs). At one time she
wrangled a household which included three Samoyeds, saltwater fish, a hamster, and three
SF has always wanted to be a writer, but she’s had a variety of positions ‘feeding’ her
creative brain—blogger/reviewer, customer service representative, veterinary assistant,
marketing assistant, editorial assistant, receptionist, and even cashier for women’s clothing
She’s an avid bookworm who appreciates a well-written book regardless of genre. SF
prefers to write stories which allow her to answer the question “what if”. She leans towards
writing strong, diverse protagonists set in dystopian, science fiction, or paranormal worlds.