It’s magic – book has arrived at South Delta stores in time for Christmas

After a successful initial launch on Amazon, first-time South Delta author Louise Cadrin is now set to offer her book in local stores – just in time for Christmas.

The Starchild of Atarashara is now available at Black Bond Books in Ladner’s Trenant Park Square, The Reading Room in Tsawwassen and Natural Comfort and Wellness Centre in Tsawwassen.

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Her Nov. 15 launch on Amazon proved successful. On Amazon.ca she was rated No. 25 for all books in Canada, No. 1 in the “Movers and Shakers” category and No. 12 in “Hot New Release.” On the Amazon.australia site she was rated No. 6 in “Witches and Wizards Fantasy for Young Adults” and No. 23 for “Epic Fantasy for Young Adults.” 

In an earlier interview with the Optimist, Cadrin, who has lived in South Delta for the past few years, says she was excited about launching her first novel.

“I’m a real believer in magic and that it is all around us everywhere and when we open our senses to it we open ourselves to unlimited possibilities and that really is the premise of the book.

“It’s a great read for kids, but it’s really for anyone who is trying to figure out who they are, who are coming into their own sense of identity and finding the tribe that they really connect with.”

Learn more about the book at: www.thestarchildofatarashara.com.

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