Andersen Light

Andersen Light

by Tanya D Dawson
Andersen Light

Andersen Light

by Tanya D Dawson

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Overview

In this coming-of-age novel, a bullying incident catapults a young girl into a fantastical new world...

Fourteen and a half-year-old Georgie Ray Jones rockets beyond the tattered remnants of her self-confidence to save her siblings from an innuendo-charged family life and the stepdad she's dubbed Jackass.

Now living in Mystic Creek, Oregon with her dad, Georgie discovers her life as she once knew it will change forever. After her friend Shawn is pummeled by a dodgeball thrown by a bully, Georgie intervenes, only to send the bully flying across the schoolyard.

Reeling with shock and worry, but fueled by a wildfire of inner metamorphosis, she searches for answers, but it is family friend Luther Andersen - lighthouse keeper, mystic, and professor - who explains she is meta-normal.

This is the day Luther has been waiting for.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781951694760
Publisher: Empower Press
Publication date: 11/03/2021
Pages: 386
Sales rank: 548,064
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.86(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Tanya D. Dawson is a happy writer of fiction which she will tell you is "way more fun" than her previous work writing cybersecurity policies and documentation. She has emerged from a life-long career in defense and intelligence as a fresh voice with the intention to spearhead exciting, beyond-normal fiction for YA readers-without plummeting into the deep dark, and with a sparkling of light. Though fictional, her work is authentic, diverse and empowering.Midwestern born, avid reader, and veteran of both USAF and USAF Reserve, Tanya lives in the American Southwest with her amazing husband, a fellow Star Trek and Star Wars fan, surrounded by a forest of mesquite trees and creosotes.
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