Tuesday, May 12, 2020

The Edge of Everywhen by A.S. Mackey

The Edge of Everywhen

The Edge of EveryWhen is a captivating book that will capture the heart of children and tweens alike. This book is perfect for fun adult read as well. I love going on an adventure with Piper and Phoenix. This book is unique in the sense that Phoenix has autism and the reader hear his voice throughout the book ,which I believe is so important. I love the message of faith through this book and find that this book has multiple faith message to convey to the reader at their level. This book reminded me of the Chronicles of Narnia, which I love. I cannot wait to read the sequel! Grab a copy today, you will not be disappointed in this book. 

About the Author:
A.S. MackeyA.S. Mackey's debut middle grade fiction novel is being released May 12, 2020, published by Lifeway/B&H Publishing.

Her childhood love for creative writing was solidified with a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature from the University of Georgia in 1991. During her senior year at UGA, she was a reporter and copy editor for the Oglethorpe Echo newspaper in Lexington, GA. From 1992-1993 she was a regular humor column contributor in the quarterly independent musicians' magazine Visions of Gray, writing under the pen name of Uncle Earl. Allison is also a musician, and she wrote and recorded an original eleven-song CD in 2003 titled You’ve Waited Long Enough.

Mrs. Mackey has written multiple children’s stories on a contract basis with Tiny Readers Publishing in Houston (the NoMeLoMe series). She has also authored several non-fiction ESL books for young children with Norwegian ESL app designer Sigbjørn Dugal (Pickatale). She loves to cook, and a recipe she helped develop with her identical twin sister Nanci is included in the 2017 edition of "The Old Farmer’s Almanac Readers’ Best Recipes and the Stories Behind Them." She has also created web content for dozens of international websites through Upwork/Odesk.

A.S. Mackey is honored to be represented by agent Elizabeth Bennett at the Transatlantic Literary Agency. She is a member of the Shoals Writers Guild in Florence, Alabama where she currently lives. She is happily married to Chad, and she is the mother of three adult children and a son-in-law. 

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