The way I look at it is, you can either welcome the craziness or live your whole life in fear of it.
Empires rise and fall all the time, but who knew a couple of kids were going to be the ones who tipped the balances of the universe?
Fighting for their lives and on the run from the FBI, a group of kids try to find their way back home to Esprit, but unintentionally, they mix worlds along the way. When will they finally know the truth? Depends on whether or not they make it out alive. Don’t get caught, don’t give up, don’t die, and most of all, don’t lose your mind.
The authors, Hallie Balogh, and Auttie Grace are published authors at the ripe old age of SIXTEEN! Best friends through school, they joked about writing a story together during the Covid lockdown, and now…
Learning to Breathe Underwater is a collection of poetry that tackles anxiety, depression, heartbreak, loss and growth. In this book, you will find deep and personal thoughts and fears that is intended to resonate with you if you feel alone while experiencing different things in life.
We all share the same heart, with different stories to tell. If i can learn to breathe underwater, so can you.
An interview with Jason Elliot:
Q) Has someone been instrumental in inspiring you as a writer? A) Certain lyricists from bands that I’ve looked up to definitely have played a part in inspiring my writing. The Color Morale & Hotel Books are two main ones that I really admire as far as writing goes.
Q) Do you have plans for “the next book”?
A) I do actually, as soon as I pieced together this first book I already went ahead and starting writing material for the next one. Same concept, some different topics this time around though.
Q) When did you realize you wanted to write?
A) I can remember as far back as being in middle school and jotting down lyric or poem ideas in my notebooks. I don’t know exactly what onset my sudden desire to write, but the spark has definitely been there since I was young.
Q) Tell me about your interests and passions.
A) Aside from writing, I play guitar in a band called Call It Home. That’s my biggest passion and priority in life on top of everything. I also love unwinding with a cold beer and a good horror movie in my spare time. I’m fascinated with aliens and conspiracy theories… I’ll talk your ear off for hours talking about it, and I have an undying love for reptiles and tarantulas.