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Dec. 19, 2013 - FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. -- MVmedia,LLC, a small publisher specializing in African Amercan Speculative Fiction, announces the release of Amber and the Hidden City, the first young adult novel by Milton J. Davis.
 
Thirteen year old Amber Robinson's life is full of changes. Her parents are sending her to a private school away from her friends, and high school looms before her. But little does she know that her biggest transformation waits in a mysterious city hidden from the world for a thousand years.
 
Why? Because Amber's grandmother is a princess from the magical kingdom of Marai. She's been summoned home to use her special abilities to select the new king but she no longer has the gift, and her daughter was never trained for the task. That leave only one person with the ability to save the city: Amber! But there are those who are determined that Amber never reaches Marai and they will do anything to stop her.
 
Prepare yourself for an exciting adventure that spans from the Atlanta suburbs to the grasslands of Mali. It's a story of a girl who discovers her hidden abilities and heritage in a way that surprises and entertains.
 
Amber and the Hidden City is the eighth novel by Milton Davis and his first YA novel. The novel is available in paperback at MVmedia's website, http://www.mvmediaatl.com/, as well as Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other online booksellers. Amber and the Hidden City is also available in e-book format for Kindle and Nook.
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Thanks, Troy. I have the privilege to work with some great artists. This brother is James Eugene. Books will be available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble in  a week. I just approved the proof today and I'm ordering copies for my inventory and pre-orders tomorrow.

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Dec. 19, 2013 - FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. -- MVmedia,LLC, a small publisher specializing in African Amercan Speculative Fiction, announces the release of Amber and the Hidden City, the first young adult novel by Milton J. Davis.
 
Thirteen year old Amber Robinson's life is full of changes. Her parents are sending her to a private school away from her friends, and high school looms before her. But little does she know that her biggest transformation waits in a mysterious city hidden from the world for a thousand years.
 
Why? Because Amber's grandmother is a princess from the magical kingdom of Marai. She's been summoned home to use her special abilities to select the new king but she no longer has the gift, and her daughter was never trained for the task. That leave only one person with the ability to save the city: Amber! But there are those who are determined that Amber never reaches Marai and they will do anything to stop her.
 
Prepare yourself for an exciting adventure that spans from the Atlanta suburbs to the grasslands of Mali. It's a story of a girl who discovers her hidden abilities and heritage in a way that surprises and entertains.
 
Amber and the Hidden City is the eighth novel by Milton Davis and his first YA novel. The novel is available in paperback at MVmedia's website, http://www.mvmediaatl.com/, as well as Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other online booksellers. Amber and the Hidden City is also available in e-book format for Kindle and Nook.

 

This is great. I would love to contact her for an interview,but that information is not there. I hope she or your close ones are in this group, to negotiate an interview along with being a part of 'State of the Black Parent'. 

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