“Arkrealm” is a fresh approach to the paranormal romance or superhero genre, instead of dark concepts, this story focuses on color, superheroes with a definite focus – the environment, and strong characters that readers will identify with
Sunbury, Australia (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
When the Arketykes, a group of environmental superheroes, choose Sandy as their first human apprentice, they rock Sandy’s world. Her adventures see her in the middle of dangerous rescue missions, part of a love triangle, and learning about color personality profiling. Gone are her human concerns – Sandy has much more to worry about now.
An excerpt from “Arkrealm”:
“With nothing to grab for security, all Sandy could do was stand, frozen with fear. The rumbling stopped.
A loud crack echoed across the plain.
A buzzing murmur among the troops.
A layer of ice crumbled off an upper ledge.
Sandy held her breath. How long have we got?
The snow began to move like a flowing river. Sandy froze.”
“I think relationships are important to us all and the book focuses on the interaction between different color personalities, but also it is an adventure,” Rayson says. “Arkrealm” is a fresh approach to the paranormal romance or superhero genre, instead of dark concepts, this story focuses on color, superheroes with a definite focus – the environment, and strong characters that readers will identify with.”
About the Author
While co-running one of Melbourne’s largest ballroom dance studios, Dee Rayson studied writing, color analysis, kinesiology, Reiki and psychic development. Over the span of 11 years, she developed the Arkrealm Project book series with the goal of encouraging readers to care for the environment, embrace their individuality, and reach their full potential.
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