Please join us with authors Peter Servidio, J.V. Hilliard, and Babak Hodjat.
Peter Servidio, author of “The Deliverance Book 1 of 3: Agents of Tomorrow – Joshua Miller is not what you would call “a nice guy.” Having served fifteen years of a life sentence for multiple homicides during a bank robbery “gone wrong”, he finds his freedom following a state-mandated vaccine which is supposed to eradicate the new superflu is flawed and ends up turning people into blood-hungry beasts. During his escape from the prison, he promises a friend that he will find their daughter and keep her safe. Worrying about the creatures as well as being recognized as a convict, Joshua makes his way to Seattle to track down the girl. But when he finds her, will he be able to keep her safe in this new reality?
J.V. Hilliard, author of “The Last Keeper” – Blind at birth, Daemus Alaric is blessed with the gift of prophetic Sight. Now, as a Keeper of the Forbidden, he must use his powers of the Sight to foil the plans of a fallen Keeper, Graytorris the Mad. Princess Addilyn Elspeth travels from Eldwal, the magically hidden home of the Vermilion elves, to begin her life as a diplomat to the human capital of Castleshire. During her journey, she stumbles upon a mystical creature foretelling ill tidings. Daemus’ recurring nightmare vision threatens to catapult him into a terrifying struggle that will leave the fate of the Keepers—and the realm—hanging in the balance. Daemus and Princess Addilyn must set out to face the menace that threatens their very existence. The Last Keeper is the first book in The Warminster Series. With gripping, epic action, and heart-pounding adventure, you’ll love this new adventure series.
Babak Hodjat, author of “The Konar and the Apple: Fun, Beauty, and Dread – From Ahwaz to California” – An eight-year-old boy assigned the task of throwing flowers during the Shah’s visit. A teenager in boot camp eager to catch episodes of a popular Japanese TV show. An adult coming to the United States, ready to make his mark in the tech world. These are just some of the personal experiences shaping Hodjat’s intimate narrative of a boy growing up in post-revolutionary Iran. The stories paint a picture of a middle-class, westernized boy experiencing all the common—and uncommon—adventures of childhood and self-discovery. Blending both humor and insight, The Konar and the Apple transcends culture to celebrate the fun, innocence, and anticipation of growing up that unite us all.