Last week, I attended the Graevale launch held in Brisbane to celebrate Lynette Noni’s 4th book in the Medoran Chronicles!
I was also lucky enough to interview Lynette Noni on her thoughts on writing Graevale, as well as her US Debut, Whisper which will be released in May 2018.
Check out the book launch and the author interview below, or on my youtube channel:
Thanks to the following people who I roped into the video hahaha:
- Anni at Tea in the Treetops
- Elle at Elle Biblio
- Sarah at Commas and Ampersands
- Rhianna at #LoveOzYA and ABC Radio
Series: The Medoran Chronicles #4
Published by Pantera Press on February 1, 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
Book Depository | Publisher | Booktopia
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Now that Aven Dalmarta sits upon the throne of Meya, Alex must race against the clock to save the rest of Medora from the Rebel Prince’s wrath.
Haunted by an unspeakable vision of the future, Alex and her friends set out to warn the mortal races. But making allies out of ancient enemies proves difficult.
With her nights spent deep in the Library under the guidance of a mysterious new mentor, Alex is desperate to strengthen her gift and keep all those she loves safe. Because in a world where nothing is certain, she is sure of only one thing:
Aven is coming.
About the Author
Lynette Noni studied journalism and academic writing at university before completing a degree in human behavior. She lives on the Sunshine Coast in Australia and can be found baking cupcakes, singing along to animated movies, or daydreaming about being swept away to a fantasy world. Some days, she can even do all three at once — and still find the time to sneak in a nap afterwards.
A special thanks to Pantera Press and Lynette Noni for the author interview, and Mt Alvernia College and Riverbend Books for organising an amazing book launch.
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