Composition (Metal Prodigy Series Insiders Guide)

Composition (Metal Prodigy Series Insiders Guide)

by J.S. Snow
Composition (Metal Prodigy Series Insiders Guide)

Composition (Metal Prodigy Series Insiders Guide)

by J.S. Snow



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Are you a fan of The Metal Prodigy Series?  Want an exclusive insider's look as to how it was conceptualized and created?  Desire to know the band's final thoughts as this series comes to a close?  What exactly would A.G. tell Strings Magazine today?  How about a sneak peek at the synopsis for all four books in the Hells Redemption Series?  What did J.S. leave out of Isolation?

If you're dying to know, then this is the book for you, this is…


132,955 Words

Written exclusively for fans of The Metal Prodigy Series which is a connected set of novels, the author strongly suggests if you haven't started the series yet, then pick up Redemption and begin the journey.  Major spoilers contained herein.  Don't say you haven't been warned.

Recommended for those 18 years of age and older.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155033073
Publisher: J.S. Snow
Publication date: 12/19/2017
Series: Metal Prodigy Series , #9
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 13 MB
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About the Author

J.S. Snow began her literary obsession at the tender age of eleven with the first voluntarily read book Dear God It’s Me Margaret by Judy Blum.  Only a few years later her fascination with fictional offerings really took root as she stepped into the mind of one of her hero’s Stephen King through his work Christine.

Now seriously considering a twelve step program for her e-Reader addiction, she feeds her fascination for make believe with new literary offerings via said e-Reader, has a passion for dark chocolate, sweet tea and Heavy Metal music.  She is the proud mother of a downright spectacular daughter (who was head banging in the belly) and lives with the belief that the mind where the imagination lives is a far more entertaining place than TV or movies ever will be.

J.S. Snow currently resides in Central Florida and has been in the administrative office field for twenty nine years.

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