I believe the themes of racism and beauty, while seemingly harsh, are universal and hopefully, enlightening
Santa Monica, California (PRWEB) January 12, 2012
Sand Dollar Press, an independent publisher of fiction for young adults and women, has published Save the Pearls Part One REVEALING EDEN, a groundbreaking Young Adult, sci-fi, fantasy romance novel penned by Victoria Foyt. The book was released January 10, 2012 after receiving the award for the "Best Young Adult Fantasy Novel of 2011” by the prestigious BooksandAuthors.net. Bestselling author and international lecturer Marianne Williamson calls it “A fascinating story... for lovers of all ages.”
Save the Pearls Part One REVEALING EDEN is now available online at SavethePearls.com, Amazon and other major book retailers as both a hardcover and e-book. Advanced Readers Copies garnered rave reviews and the book was “very much recommended” by The Midwest Book Review.
In Save the Pearls Part One REVEALING EDEN, Foyt examines the themes of beauty, racism and the deteriorating environment in an entertaining fantasy/sci-fi plot with a romantic love story at its core. Geared to the Young Adult market, the novel is the first in a series and marks Foyt’s second novel for this burgeoning demographic. Foyt said of her new book: “I set out to write a futuristic beauty and the beast story and ended up tapping into deep-seated fears and fantasies of my own. I believe the themes of racism and beauty, while seemingly harsh, are universal and hopefully, enlightening.”
The positive feedback regarding Save the Pearls Part One REVEALING EDEN implies the potential of it being produced as a film. The book transcends and fuses several genres, including adventure romance with a fantasy/sci-fi plot, to form an intriguing and riveting story that entertains readers across the board.
Sand Dollar Press Inc. Head of Marketing Chaton Anderson commented, "Sand Dollar Press is honored to launch such a compelling and creative project that will have a lasting impact on the way readers view the prevalence of racism, preconceptions of beauty and its distortion by the media, and ultimately, how they live their lives. We’re also thrilled that Victoria has decided to make this book available in e-book format as it will avail her work to a new demographic.”
Foyt’s first young adult novel, The Virtual Life of Lexie Diamond, garnered rave reviews and was recommended by the Center for Children’s Books. In addition, it earned a five-star, “must-read” rating from TeansReadToo.com. The success of this coming-of-age, mystery young adult novel inspired Foyt to write the Save the Pearls series. Foyt’s career also includes co-writing several critically acclaimed feature films, Going Shopping (2005), Déjà Vu (1997), Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995), and Babyfever (1994).
About the Author
Victoria Foyt is an author and filmmaker. Her debut novel, The Virtual Life of Lexie Diamond, released in ’07 by HarperCollins, is a Young Adult coming-of-age mystery thriller. It achieved excellent critical reviews, including a five star, “must-read” rating from TeansReadToo.com, and was recommended by the Center for Children’s Books. During her film career, Victoria co-wrote and starred in four critically acclaimed feature films, Going Shopping (2005), Déjà Vu (1997), Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995) and Babyfever (1994), which were helmed by indie film director Henry Jaglom. She also co-wrote Festival in Cannes (2001) and has penned articles for O At Home, Harper’s Bazaar and Film & Video. For more information, visit VictoriaFoyt.com.
About Sand Dollar Press
Sand Dollar Press, Inc. is an independent publisher of fiction for young adults and women, specializing in quality novels in the areas of science fiction, adventure, mystery and romance. For more information, visit SandDollarPress.com.