Book reading and signing event on Saturday, February 29 at 4:00 PM with Olympia resident O. Salazar de Breaux, author of the YA fantasy fiction novel, Sisters of Element: Book One of the Luna Family Chronicles. Copies of the book will be available through Browsers Bookshop.
Event is free and open to the public. All ages are welcomed. The author will have giveaways while supplies last.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Sisters of Element is the first book in a series about the Luna sisters, four Mexican American young women living in present day Percival Falls, Washington. Lina, Val, Zo and Rory Luna have special abilities based on the elements: water, fire, air, and earth. Having lost their parents at an early age, the sisters have an unbreakable bond. When faced with a dark force that threatens their very existence, they don’t hesitate to fiercely protect each other—even if it means the ultimate sacrifice.
Readers will go on a magical and mysterious journey with the Luna sisters. The characters will share their inner strength, their sacrifice, their resilience, and the powerful bond of sisterhood. At its heart, Sisters of Element is a story about unconditional love and how with it, you can overcome even the greatest obstacles.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
O. Salazar de Breaux grew up in Olympia, Washington with five younger sisters. An entrepreneur and community leader with a long career in public service, Salazar de Breaux is also an incurable creative who’s inspired by her Mexican-American heritage. Her work incorporates her love of family, food, music, and culture. She stayed in Olympia to study, earning a B.A. in English from The Evergreen State College, and still lives there with her husband – her sweetheart of more than 20 years – and their two sons, whom she considers her greatest achievements.
Sisters of Element is her debut novel. Currently, she is working on book two in the series.