Tampa, FL (PRWEB) May 20, 2006
Reggie & Ryssa and the Summer Camp of Faery is released for the young adult market in time for summer vacation reading. With this new, delightful tale set in a modern day world of magic and faeries, Koboca Publishing of Tampa, Florida coincides the release with illustration and short story contests for children ages 13-18, starting June 1, to be published in or alongside of the upcoming annual release of the full 6 book series (rules at Koboca Publishing website).
Children and adults alike will find themselves thrown into a wonderful, fun-filled summer adventure. Koboca Publishing's added Contests for Kids centered around the book help kids add to their adventures while exerting creative energy into a chance for publication in a new short story anthology and the second book to the series coming out next May.
Endorsements for the book include trade industry individuals such as Robert Yehling, the Editorial Director for American Idol the Magazine:
“Bo Savino has written an enthralling, illuminating, exciting, fun and necessary addition to the body of fantasy literature. She’s created two unforgettable kids in Reggie and Ryssa, and traveled with them into a world that is not only idle fantasy, but also the province of ancient mysteries of light and power so important for teens today to realize they have within themselves. The other characters—Aurelius, Darkwind, Green and Black Knights, Queen Medwyn, Debra Chambly, Ocea Waverider and the others—are captivating, no matter which side of the struggle of light they occupy. I couldn’t stop reading this story and experiencing R&R’s amazing adventures—either time. Nor will you.”
Reggie & Ryssa and the Summer Camp of Faery is available nationwide. Books can be purchased through Barnes and Nobel, Amazon, Borders or direct from the publisher. Bookstores, libraries, and schools may order direct from the publisher or through Ingram’s, Baker & Taylor, Blackwell, Coutts and other distributors. Author appearances are now being scheduled.
For more information, call Koboca Publishing at 813-994-6262 or go to Koboca Publishing.