Join author Ned Wolf on Tuesday, July 17th at 6:30pm for an intriguing look into the creation of the Nandia Trilogy.
"These stories originated from both a failed non-fiction personal growth manuscript and a recurring dream since childhood," states Wolf, a Flagstaff-based author of six titles. "I had no idea Book One, Nandia's Copper, would be the first of a trilogy," he continues. "I was quite surprised to find that my imagination kept generating adventure scenes that led to the series. My delight grew at what was unfolding within the pages I was writing."
The evening's talk, followed by a book signing, will expand upon the author's perspective about what blocks and nurtures creative intuition. Examples include how Wolf has used his personal life for theme and character development as well as his imaginative process for developing identities for his characters.
The author is currently dividing his time between the Nandia Trilogy book tour and preparing his next manuscript. Called Miss Chin's Extraordinary School for Death Mentors, this next work follows several of the Trilogy's protagonists as they venture into new discoveries in the future.