Spotlight: T.J. Fier

Theatre maker by day and writer by night, T.J. Fier writes stories where the mundane and the extraordinary can live side by side. She is a dedicated member of her local writing group: Moorhead Friends Writing Group. She is an active member of the #WritingCommunity on Twitter. T.J. Fier is another gem from the Nanowrimo world. Her novel comes to us after us hearing about it on Twitter and unabashedly offering her a publishing contract. Her book sounded so magical and special, that we simply could not resist.

Description: Alexa never expected to stumble across a unicorn trapped in the women’s bathroom, especially not one on the run from a monster. Totally freaked out but unable to leave the magical beast behind, Alexa offers the unicorn, Una, a refuge in her parent’s backyard shed until they figure out what to do next. When the monster, a beast made of cloud and rage, shows up on her doorstep, Alexa and Una have no choice but to run for their lives. Alexa recruits the aid of her best friend, Mateo, and her unrequited crush, Sid, to help her save Una. Together they pile into Alexa’s Honda Civic and begin a race across the American Midwest. But the monster is clever as it is quick, attacking both from above and below, as well as within. As their deadly game of cat and mouse unspools, the monster focuses its attention on Alexa, claiming Una is not what it seems. Despite her inner turmoil, she must find the strength to fight for the ones she loves and figure out who is the real monster.

We cannot wait to produce The Bright One and hope all of you will stay tuned to hear information about it’s release

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