What inspired you to write Starchild? Well, I have always been interested in energy. But what type of energy, right? I am referring to the energy found in the body. If you noticed in the back of the book the powers of the nations are divided into 7 types from a particular source spot on the … Read More
Starchild: The Age of Akra is an absolutely riveting read. The author wastes no time in orienting the reader into this fictional world reminiscent of Star Wars. In the first chapter, we are introduced to the main character Mai who has some very special gifts. She is ultra-cool as a character and I can see tween and teen girls just loving her. Long, her brother, provides the comic relief in the book with all his clever one-liners For example, facing a dangerous situation opposite a soulless soundwaver, Long says: “Nice hat…It’s kind of like an upturned bowl but not.” Their relationship really grows throughout the book as they begin to have more and more respect for each other as individuals.
Starchid Book One: The Age of Akra
The imaginative mind of author Vacen Taylor is incredible. I loved her characters and the magic she creates with them. The enchantment is not only for children but adults too. I started with the second book and immediately went to buy the first. If you like original fantasy, you will love Starchild: The City of Souls.
Starchild Book Two: The City of Souls
The things I like about these books in particular is that the world is strangely different and yet not different enough to alienate the readers. The characters are well-developed and robust. In each book we see these characters grow and change. I like this approach.
Starchild Book Two: The Healing Stone
Vacen Taylor is a published author, screenwriter, emerging playwright, an occasional artist, amateur photographer and wannabe poet. Writing works when there’s passion behind it and her stories always touch something in common or speak to the emotions in all human beings. Creating stories with richness and meaning is paramount in her storytelling. Expressing the uniqueness of self in her work … Read More