Blog Tour Kick Off: Maya Loop

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We are so excited to bring you Lis Anna-Langston’s newest book, Maya Loop. In December we featured her book, Gobbledy that was loved by everyone who read it. Maya Loop is magical story following Maya on her search for her grandmother where imagination runs wild and your heart is sure to be warmed by her adventures.

Maya Loop
Lis Anna-Langston

242 Pages
Published June 25, 2021 by Maple Press

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Following maps her grandmother drew before she disappeared, Maya Loop, the brave, blue-haired girl from Baltimore, has to depend on her wits and bravery to face the alien race of Landions who have taken her grandmother and best friends to an underground world of creatures living beyond the limits of time. The Landions are not only trying to end the human race but erase them completely. A delightfully fast-paced story crackling with energy, Maya Loop meets young readers in the wide-open world of being a kid where everything feels like magic.

 

Author Bio

Lis Anna-Langston was raised along the winding current of the Mississippi River on a steady diet of dog-eared books. She attended a Creative and Performing Arts School from middle school until graduation and went on to study Literature at Webster University. Her two novels, Gobbledy and Tupelo Honey have won the Parents’ Choice Gold, Moonbeam Book Award, Independent Press Award, Benjamin Franklin Book Award and NYC Big Book Awards. Twice nominated for the Pushcart award and Finalist in the Brighthorse Book Prize, William Faulkner Fiction Contest and Thomas Wolfe Fiction Award, her work has been published in The Literary Review, Emerson Review, The Merrimack Review, Emrys Journal, The MacGuffin, Sand Hill Review and dozens of other literary journals. She draws badly, sings loudly, loves ketchup, starry skies & stories with happy aliens.  

You can find her in the wilds of South Carolina plucking stories out of thin air.

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One piece of custom art pictured created for Maya Loop, four note cards with envelopes, a magnet and one print copy of Maya Loop! US residents over 18 years of age

Deona Fish’s  collection of work encapsulates a childlike spirit with woodland creatures, whimsical landscapes, love and adventure. Her paintings are often found on old doors, antique ceiling tiles and repurposed frames. Works can be found on Etsy. 

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3 Responses

  1. Angela Hester

    I am so excited to read Maya Loop to my granddaughter. We are already big fans of Deona Fish. Langston and Fish creating together has to be pure magic!