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Domain of Illusion – Health Educator Publishes First Novel
PORTLAND, OR – OCTOBER 13, 2008: E.A. Sunden’s debut novel Domain of Illusion reveals a fantasy world in upheaval. Once a bright and beautiful oasis, the Valley of Tsura faces bleak times. The assassination of the High Emperor followed cruelly on the heels of Empress Zaiya’s unexpected death after the birth of her first child, Naora. Now, strange smoke phantoms are openly attacking the small agrarian village. Three mysterious, unknown illnesses are striking the people of the valley. With the strange disappearance of the High Emperor’s eldest son, it is up to his younger twin brothers Arel and Kozai to unravel the mysterious plot against the valley before the malevolence of a hidden power destroys everything.
Local author E.A. Sunden initially wrote Domain of Illusion in 2001 as a Health & Kinesiology student at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. In carefully constructing this thrilling tale, Ms. Sunden included an underlying health message for all inclined readers to decipher. A reader’s guide has been prepared for such purposes and is available upon request.
After graduating in 2005, Ms. Sunden saw an incredible opportunity to bring her chosen health issue to life in a fresh new way: through fiction. She worked to finish the unique project that she had begun back in 2001, and is currently working on a sequel to Domain of Illusion.
Published by Inkwater Press, Domain of Illusion is available online at InkwaterPress.com, Amazon.com, and BarnesandNoble.com.
The author is available for events and interviews by telephone or in person, depending upon the location. For more information, contact Colleen Welch at Colleen@inkwaterpress.com
About the Publisher
Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Inkwater Press has published more than 400 titles, including fiction and nonfiction, poetry and children’s books. Inkwater Press is a division of First Books, which was founded in 1988. The company is committed to a sustainable future, printing on recycled paper and using no animal-based products.