New Authors!

Starlit Publishing is happy to announce the start of two new projects with two exciting authors. These authors will be working with Tao Wong directly and releasing co-authored works within the next year.

 

A.G. Marshall

A.G. Marshall

A.G. Marshall loves fairy tales and has been writing stories since she could hold a pencil. She perfected her storytelling by entertaining her cousins at sleepovers and writing college papers about music (which is more similar to magic than you might think).

She fills each book she writes with magic, adventure, romance, humor and other random things she loves. Her stories are designed to sweep you away to magical places and make you laugh on the journey.

You can find her work on Amazon and more details on her website.

Ms. Marshall will be working with Tao Wong on a Gamelit Romance in an entirely new world. Keep an eye out for more announcements about this project which should be debuting soon!

 

K.T. Hanna

K.T. Hanna was born in Australia, met her husband in an MMORPG (EQ2), moved to the U.S.A. and went into culture shock. Bonus? Fewer creatures specifically designed to kill you.

K.T. creates science-fiction, fantasy, and Gamelit/LitRPG often with a dash of horror for fun! Her catalogue includes a distant future post apocalyptic trilogy: The Domino project. Somnia Online, a VR LitRPG series that concludes with the upcoming 7th book in November 2020. Last Chance is her current in progress gamelit series set in the close future on current earth. Darling is a standalone creepy fairy-tale spin, and there’s even a collection of short story weirdness.

When not driving herself batty with too many story ideas, KT plays computer games, chases her daughter, hugs her husband, dogs, and cat cat, and eats yummy food.

No, she doesn’t sleep. She is entirely powered by caffeine, Chipotle, and sarcasm.

K.T. Hanna will be working with Tao Wong on a co-authored System Apocalypse series set in Australia during the initialization of the System.

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