Book Promo: The Water Travelers by Daniel Waltz

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Welcome to another book promo on Lipsyy Lost & Found, where I’m always thrilled to support independent authors and publishers.

The Water Travelers is an epic 7 part YA/Fantasy/Romance series by Daniel Waltz. Book one, Heir of the Unknown was released in 2014 and book two, The Curse of Senapin was released in April.

The Water Travelers: Heir of the Unknown

Author: Daniel Waltz
Editions: Paperback/Kindle/e-Book
Publication Details: July 14th 2014 by Createspace
Genre(s): Fantasy; Romance; YA

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Adventure finds those who are brave enough to take the first step.

Aaron never wanted to pursue kingship, but his care for the lives of his people forced him toward it. When his father, The King of Upitar, sends him on a quest to find a girl who was prophesied long ago to destroy their world, Aaron finds himself fighting the option of running away forever or fulfilling…

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Book Review: The Water Travelers

New Review today – The Water Travelers

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ashley | When Daniel Waltz approached me to review his book The Water Travelers, coincidentally I had just added it to my to be read pile. I was really intrigued by the concept of traveling through water to another universe and really interested in where Waltz would take this.

I enjoyed reading this, it was an interesting story and had enough going on to keep me intrigued. I loved the concept of water traveling and the way Aaron was able to bring people with him through the water to his own world from Earth and also turn the surface of water into his own personal letter that connected to someone on the other end.

The magical elements were really interesting to me and well done, but as much as I enjoyed the story and the book, I had a little trouble with the writing style. Have you ever played those…

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Overactive Imagination Question – Dark Clouds

The rules are simple! Use your imagination to join in the conversation regarding the questions below!

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  • When you see these clouds, or any dark clouds that is, what do you think of?
  • Do you ever imagine them when it’s bright and sunny out?

As always, I will give ONE of my answers 🙂

I love storm clouds. I love how they can change an entire atmosphere (both literally an metaphorically) so quickly. When I see them, I often think of two things. Darkness (bad stuff) and a battle.

As the wind picks up in this town square, two forces have come together to duel it out. One, that of the good, drawn out from the shadows by the apparent chaos filling the cracks of the street. The wind that tosses their hair in front and out of their faces is a symbol of both their powers coming together to square off. A lovely setting for a battle, in both their eyes. The one bringing the dark clouds takes great triumph in the overcasting shadows he creates, and the one seeking to stop them breathes in the hidden calmness within the fierce storm. You see, the clouds are not good or evil, but a result of the powerful forces converging.

For part two, I often like to imagine dark clouds coming over a horizon, or rapidly sprawling out across a skyline. They often symbolize some kind of dark force–some kind of antagonist rising and making their march. Most commonly, it’s Herrathos, from The Water Travelers Series.


Thanks for reading and feel welcome to join in!

– Dan

Review: The Water Travelers by Daniel Waltz

NEW Review of THE WATER TRAVELERS!

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Name: The Water Travelers
Author: Daniel Waltz
Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult
Rating: 3.5/5

Summary:

Adventure finds those who are brave enough to take the first step. 
  
Aaron never wanted to pursue kingship, but his care for the lives of his people forced him toward it. When his father, The King of Upitar, sends him on a quest to find a girl who was prophesied long ago to destroy their world, Aaron finds himself fighting the option of running away forever or fulfilling his destiny as the Heir of Upitar.   
  
By water traveling, a gift his people have that allows them to go back and forth between their world and Earth through water, Aaron starts this adventure with thousands of thoughts and questions racing around his head. 
  
While on his journey, he inadvertently meets the very girl he’s sent to kill, Madalyne Harper. Without knowing it’s her…

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Weekend Blog Question

I’ve been wondering this for a while, and I’m sure most others do too. We all love to blog and we love the community it creates through interactions. So when is the best time for that? When is the best time to blog?

  • Do you blog on the weekends? Do you read blogs on the weekends?
  • When do you blog?
  • Favorite time? Day?
  • What are you most inclined to read?
  • And, are you guilty of liking a blog post without reading it. (I’ve done it a few times. A FEW.)

Enjoy your weekend everyone and I can’t wait to chat on this soon!