My debut YA fantasy novella, Aivan: The One Truth, has been out in the world for almost 3 months now!
Recently, the cover, which was designed by Hannah Linder, won second place in the Winter 2022 Clean Fiction Cover Art Contest! *cue confetti*
Clean Fiction Magazine, host of the cover art contest, specializes in indie books as well as small presses, and has a mission of connecting readers with the clean fiction they are searching for, whether that is Christian based or secular fiction. If you haven’t already, be sure to check their website out and follow them on Instagram and Facebook!
Kirkus Reviews stated that Aivan: The One Truth is “a smoothly written religious fantasy enlivened by fiery antagonists.”
Readers online have shared that Aivan: The One Truth is “dynamic;” “well composed;” “an enjoyable, quick read;” and “a must read for Christian fantasy fans.”
A story about self-discovery, identity, and faith.
Book Blurb: Two young people from opposite sides of the Great Continent must make sense of their life.
Rune has grown up all of her life in the mountainous northern nation of Kansanai. As granddaughter of the Senior Elder, she has been a devout believer of the Vihishki gods her whole life. Yet, when a prophet challenges the Vihishki gods against his Aivan, the One Truth, everything she thought she knew is turned upside down. Will she be able to let go of the life she thought she deserved for something far greater than what she could have ever imagined?
Rolf goes through the motions of everyday life in the southern nation of Etalentin. Yet, his routine is disrupted when a voice claiming to be the one true God speaks to him. Listening to his heart, he follows Aivan, but he is thrown temptation after temptation on his journey. Will Rolf be able to resist the temptations in order to fulfill Aivan’s plan for him?
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