Interview by Steve Emmett

May 15, 2011

Interviews

I was fortunate enough to meet Steve on twitter and discover not only a tremendous author but a remarkable man. He has kindly offered to interview me for his blog.

If you would like to know more about Steve and his book, make sure to visit his author feature on EPMarcellin.com as well as his website!

Here is an exerpt of the interview… find out more here!

Steve: Tell us about your novel, Element Keepers: Whispers of the Wind.

EPM: Started when I was 16, Element Keepers is a real accomplishment for me, not just my first published novel, but my first finished novel. The fact that I never gave up on it is a real testament to the support I had from my family. Young writers really need that network of support, which is why I try to encourage every teen and child who expresses an interest in writing to me.
Set in a world where a few people can weave the wind to do their bidding, Element Keepers is the story of a young man plucked from obscurity and sentenced to life-long imprisonment. Prophecy, slavery, games of death, Element Keepers has it all. Fast-paced and fun, the story is suitable for all readers. Rhet is taken captive, but a beautiful young woman helps him escape, and they lead her superiors on a merry chase, with the survival of the world the stakes of his freedom. But he is nobody. Perhaps he has great powers, using them is an entirely different matter. Boy meets girl, boy flees with girl, girl hopes boy won’t destroy the world after all…
Element Keepers: Whispers of the Wind is a fantasy novel, but even non-fantasy readers will enjoy this rollicking adventure.

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About Elizabeth Marcellin

Author of Element Keepers fantasy Novels

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