This past week we gave the spotlight to On the Winds of Quasars, T. A. Bruno’s Sci-Fi Fantasy novel, the second in The Song of Kamaria series! Our Roadies brought a wide selection of content to this show with reviews, interviews and other posts. Now it’s time to bring the show to an end and it’s my pleasure to present you with the encore, including some extra content. Come and learn a bit more about the world of On the Winds of Quasars through T. A.’s mood board! And don’t forget to enter the giveaway!
T. A. Bruno grew up in a suburb south of Chicago and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the film industry. Since then, he has brought stories to life for over a decade as a previsualization artist. At home, he is the proud father of two boys and a husband to a wonderful wife. He released his debut novel, In the Orbit of Sirens, amid a global pandemic in 2020, and it has won multiple awards.
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The thrilling sequel to In the Orbit of Sirens
THE WORLD OF KAMARIA WILL NEVER BE THE SAME.
In the aftermath of the brutal slaying of a sacred auk’nai deity, Cade and Nella Castus are taken from their home and brought deep into the wilderness. They must make their way back to civilization, traversing dangerous landscapes as they are pursued relentlessly by their captor—a winged abomination.
As Denton and Eliana search for their missing children, they uncover something that will change all life on Kamaria forever.
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SEPTEMBER 19TH – THE KICKOFF
@scarlettreadzandrunz – IG spotlight
“With vivid imagery, a new connection to nature, even unheard songs, and new wildlife, this is truly a world to get lost in. The artwork is stunning too, I love the section headings and drawings!”
Intotheheartwyld – review
“On the Winds of Quasars is beautiful and heartbreaking while also being action packed and riveting, you wont want to put this down.”
@apocketfuloftomes – review + IG spotlight
“Top-tier world-building. I can get lost in this world 4evs! It’s vividly imagined and creative. Readers get to explore more of Kamaria and treated to amazing landscapes.”
Sue’s Musings – review
“On the Winds of Quasars is a thrilling story with many edge-of-the-seat moments and which ends with quite a few loose ends waiting to be tied up by the final book in the series. I found it difficult to put down and can’t wait to find out what direction the story will go in next!”
“The family bonds really kept me feeling like I was getting more from the book than just the satisfaction of my imagination craving. I can say that this book was written with some heart. I needed some heart with my scifi, and didn’t even realize it.”
“A great story has more layers to it, and On the Winds of Quasars is multi-faceted. Going beyond science fiction is a story of family and relationships, how nature affects humans, how we react to it, and what we can learn from those who live in harmony with it. It is science fiction literature at its finest. Mr. Bruno’s characters and the world of Kamaria are a must read if you love science fiction. His creation of Kamaria continues to evolve and is nothing short of genius and well thought out.”
FanFiAddict – interview
This time I shared some of the illustrations I made for Talulo and the Monster on top. The middle is an orbital shot of Kamaria and the Howling Shore. The bottom two images I pulled from the internet (I added blue embers to the one on the left.) It’s the Ember-Lit Forest and the Spirit Song Mountain. Each gives off a foreboding, dangerous vibe. Lonely mountains and dark forests, and a shore filled with red algae, giving it a crimson hue. Daniel Schmelling created the cover art for On the Winds of Quasars.a Rafflecopter giveaway
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