Teens / Romance / Fantasy

The 17-Year-Old Who Must Save the Human Race

June 4, 2013
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What has been hidden for thousands of years is about to surface in a small town in New England. The impact on this rural village is ageless, but only the chosen time travelers know what is happening, the reason it is happening, and how to control the outcome.

Indie author Jordana Lizama

Jordana Lizama‘s novel “Sophia: Within” is more than a story of reincarnation. This is a story that never ended following the reign of the Greek gods.

The Men of Ages have walked the Earth unnoticed since the time of Greek mythology and have kept their ancient war alive by transporting the lead warrior in a most unusual time machine.

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There is only one way to stop the cataclysmic demise of the human race and Sophia is the answer. But Sophia is a teenage girl faced with many human and nonhuman desires that create a tortuous path from antiquity to the present day.

Only time will tell if Sophia, Alec and the world are ready to accept the mission that has been passed down for many generations.

Love conquers all. Or, so it seems.

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The Indie Author Life

In a recent interview with Bibliophilic Bookblog, Jordy was asked:

Q. Can you tell us about the journey that led you to writing?

I have been around books my whole life, in fact, I pretty much preferred them to people, there was something about books that gave me a sense of security, because even though you don´t always know how the story is going to end, you have the certainty that it will not change since it is set in ink.

I guess I realized I had to write when I started day dreaming in class. I wasn´t really devoted to my lessons, I would be reading a book during class or looking out the window imagining characters. Eventually the feeling that I had to write became so strong and urgent, I just did it.

Q. What is the hardest part of writing for you?

The hardest part without a doubt is the editing. Because when you are just starting a book, you don´t edit what you write, you just get it out for your system. It´s not until you put the last period that you realize you have a lot of work ahead of you. That´s why I thank heavens for my partner in crime William Rau, without his editing, this book would not have been what it is now.

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