Welcome to our first Author Highlight, a series where we feature indie authors like ourselves. You’ll find author interviews, tips, stories, poetry, and more. We aim to entertain, promote, and inspire. Joining us in our post today are Cendrine Marrouat and David Ellis, publishers of “positive, uplifting, and inspirational written and visual art” at Auroras & Blossoms. Cendrine Marrouat is a poet, photographer, author, and creator of literary forms. She has released more than 40 books, including Tree Reflections (2022), In Her Own Words: A Collection of Short Stories & Flashku(2022). Cendrine and David have co-authored many books together, including Seizing the Bygone Light: ARead More →

Mood boards for books are really popular on social media right now. With pictures saying a thousand words, mood boards are a way to convey a feeling of the characters, plot, setting, and themes within your book. We’ve curated a Pinterest board for each of our characters. Tell us in the comments who’s board you like best! (we also made a video for each!) Kharnek –  Our classically-brooding, secret-keeping, sword-wielding, shadow-stepping, faster than should be possible, gay warrior. Kharnek’s Aesthetic Video Zinvar – Our gay, feminist-in-fantasy, tragic-backstory, environmentally-conscious, thinks-soldiers-are-sexy, having-a-crisis-of faith priest. Zinvar’s Aesthetic Video Kilahym – Our plant fanatic, fast talking, dulcimer plucking, ocarinaRead More →

coming soon on white surface

Greetings from J & K! It’s been a little while since our last update, so we’re here to catch you up on the latest in the world of Etherea. We’ve been working hard on revisions to our debut novel, Trials of the Innermost (TOTI), in preparation for its release in May 2023. For those of you new to the fold, TOTI is a science fantasy adventure novel that follows the journey of six young men and women on a quest to preserve the fragile peace between their realms, which is threatened by the shadow of war and the discovery of an alien menace. If youRead More →