Wednesday, March 12, 2014

New Adult Paranormal Book Launch:
Egyptian Moon


Egyptian Moon: Return

New Adult Paranormal
by Max W. Miller

Available on Amazon

The perfect boyfriend with a bright athletic future The haunting by a demi-god figure from a past life A mysterious teal eyed stranger stalking with his own purpose in mind! Megan Smart was normally shy and reserved, until she touched a dusty piece of a clay tablet in the basement of a New York museum.

That night at her hotel suite, Megan witnessed an ancient Egyptian romantic scene that appeared on her bedroom ceiling, a scene that fueled her sexual desire and ignited her essence with questionable behavior. When Megan left home to attend the same college her star quarterback boyfriend, Tyler had been attending for the last year, her performance at a frat party shocked, crushed, and angered him. Afterward, Megan feared she’d lost the love of her life.

Finally, at the point of exhaustion and on the verge of losing her very mind and soul, Megan goes home to meet with an empathic doctor who tapped into the root of her downward spiral. Would Megan find the strength to win against the forces trying to overtake her body, and in return, could she repair her relationship with Tyler?

Meet The Author: Max W. Miller

MaxMillerpicMax W. Miller enjoys writing about supernatural events for Children, Young Adult, and New Adults audiences. Inventing characters with powers that cannot be scientifically explained away is her goal. Her most recent book series is called Egyptian Moon and is in the Romance genre/New Adult Paranormal category. Max believes that her stories bring to the forefront of our consciousness, an understanding that the paranormal is very normal in some realms.

Miller says…
While I love writing for children and young adults, I found out that writing my characters into intimate settings proved to be a new and motivating turn in the progression of my writing. I have been timid to use certain words, tying them to me and not my characters. Writers are actors, performing their lines within the confines of the pages of their books. They observe their characters and then describe them to the world.
Max was born in Savannah, Georgia, but has called North Carolina her home for over twenty years. When she’s not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Visit Max at:
Follow @maxwmiller.