Thursday, August 27, 2015

Favorite Things by Andy Lewter, Author of Supremacy

I'd like to extend a warm welcome to fellow Clean Reads author, Andy Lewter. We are celebrating the release of Supremacy, book 2 in A Valens Series with a list of some of her favorite things!

1.  Places you’d like to visit:
Bahamas, Greece, Europe

2.  Fictional places you’d like to visit:
Hogwarts and Diagon Alley

3.  Desserts:
Baked goods are my weakness

4. Favorite children’s books:
Cat in the Hat

5.  Movies you watch over and over:
Currently 13 Going on 30, but I always revert back to Marvel movies

6.  Netflix binge shows:
Once Upon A Time, Pretty Little Liars, Walking Dead

7.  What is your favorite time of day/day of the week/month of the year?
Early evening and fall! So happy it’s around the corner

8.  If you could throw any kind of party, what would it be like and what would it be for?
I’d LOVE to have a Harry Potter potluck with book related dishes and games.

9.  If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
Teleport

10. What sound do you love?
Peace and quiet – having 2 kids 2 and under, peace and quiet is a treasure! 

The beautiful sound of peace and quiet is so underrated! There's nothing like a quiet morning where the only sounds are birds chirping or outside during a light rain. I find the sound of rain soothing. ~Kimber


Supremacy
A Valens Series Book 2

Andy Lewter

Fantasy Romance
Clean Reads
August 18, 2015


Through the body, strength and healing prevail.

After her experience during spring break, Abigail Everett battles to fill the role she inherited as the leader of Valens – people that possess unparalleled strength and dangerous mind powers.

Being forced to choose between what her heart wants and what is right, contending with captivating peer pressures, and nearing the brink of war, she must prove herself worthy. Not only to those who follow her legacy, but to herself.

Will she be able to stop this war before it begins?


Don't miss book 1, Gifted


Andy is a stay-home mom with three beautiful children. Between homework, playing, cooking, and cleaning, she writes on the side. Most of her inspiration comes from life experiences that have helped her grow. She also gets inspiration from the crazy vivid dreams that occur nightly, and from the amazing people that have touched her life.

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