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Erin Anastasia’s Lost Oceans

Erin Anastasia’s Lost Oceans

Former Pinetown Girls’ High and current Law student, Erin Anastasia (22) has just published a riveting novel full of mysterious secrets and characters, one that we think every book worm should get their hands on!

“To write is to evoke emotion from the soul – the writers’ just as much the readers.”

From a young age, Erin Anastasia has been an avid reader, and her love of books eventually evolved into writing. At the age of 18 she began her first novel, completing it ten months later. Now 22, she has decided to self-publish in the hopes that she can encourage more young adults and teens to read and write, as it is such an important aspect and way of expression.

Erin has briefly written for magazines in India and Nepal, and published a poem in Teen Zone Magazine. She credits her love for writing to her creative imagination, growing up introverted and to being an avid reader since she discovered the magic of books. She draws inspiration from the ocean, lives for tea and would read all day, if she could.

Her book, Lost Oceans, though a young adult mystery romance novel, holds a lesson of self-discovery and finding inner courage. She wishes to share this with many readers and writers who, no doubt, go on a journey of their own.

About the Book

Lost Oceans is a riveting novel full of mysterious secrets and characters, it is bound to make you feel a whole lot of suspense, possibly cause some anxiety, and, definitely make you fall in love with a fictional character or two. The young adult novel will have you turning page after page just as much as questioning everything with a need for answers – cause a flutter in your heart at a hopeful and blossoming romance, and, have you laughing at the oddest of moments. Lost Oceans is a story about finding your way, creating your own path and having some faith, that maybe, everything happens for a reason. It is a journey of learning to find the courage within you and understanding you can control the chaos, because you are every bit an ocean as it is you.

Book Info:

Title:                Lost Oceans

Pages:            390 pages

Genre:            Young Adult/ Mystery/ Romance Fiction

Publisher

Details:           Self-published with the services of Reach Publishers

Availability:    Amazon & Kindle (paperback and eBook)

 

Printed copies can be ordered via the website: http://erinanastasia.wixsite.com/erinanastasia

 

 

 

 

 

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