Chains Carried on Wings is a Semi-finalist in the YA Genre of the 2019 Kindle Book Awards

The shadowy figure of a girl stands against a backdrop of the moon. The text reads "Chains Carried on Wings, Living on the edge of acceptance."

The 2019 Kindle Book Awards are ongoing, and they’ve just announced their Category Semi-finalists today–with Chains Carried on Wings making the cut in the YA genre.

So that’s pretty cool.

This book was all about being non-standard, from the way that my protagonists fit into their world (or don’t) to the fantasy cultures populating my story. Whether I pulled that off or not is up each reader to decide, but the experience of writing it really meant something to me, and I’m glad it does something for other people as well.

2 thoughts on “Chains Carried on Wings is a Semi-finalist in the YA Genre of the 2019 Kindle Book Awards

  1. Theo Promes

    Congratulations!
    Great to hear you are finding some success, although I have to admit I haven’t read this book just yet – Last I checked it was only available on amazon, if that has changed or may change in the future, I would love to buy it. Either way, I am sure I will get my hands on it someday, and I am rooting for you. Good luck for the finals!

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    1. It’s available from all major retailers now, as well as some smaller ones.

      And thank you for the encouragement! I was pleasantly surprised to see the book get to this point, and it definitely serves as a reminder that I need to keep working on the sequels for this and Terrestrial Magic.

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