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Press Release: Canadian Author takes Young Adult Fiction by Storm

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Stay at home, mother of two, Jen Wylie is making a name for herself with her eBook short stories.

Jen Wylie, an Ottawa Valley, Ontario resident and author of #1 OmniLit Best Selling short story, "Jump" recently added another contract for publication with Echelon Press of Maryland. This exciting addition places Ms. Wylie as one of twelve authors from around the world participating in the dynamic new Electric Shorts division. Let's get kids reading!

Canadian Author takes Young Adult Fiction by Storm

Laurel, MD – February 21, 2011 - Jen Wylie, an Ottawa Valley, Ontario resident and author of #1 OmniLit Best Selling short story, "Jump" recently added another contract for publication with Echelon Press of Maryland. This exciting addition places Ms. Wylie as one of twelve authors from around the world participating in the dynamic new Electric Shorts division. Written specifically for young readers, the Electric Shorts are high impact stories presented in a venue similar to that of popular television series. Electric Shorts will publish one story/episode each month in eBook. An Electric Shorts season will last six months. Jen Wylie's first episode [Banished] in the "Tales of Ever" series will debut on March 1, 2011.

Electric Shorts are written for readers between the ages of seven and seventeen with fast-paced and intense storylines. Jen Wylie’s series, "Tales of Ever," is a modern adventure fantasy geared toward teens ages thirteen to seventeen.

Banished

My life was normal. It sucked, but it was normal. At least until I got this new power. I can control fire. It would be cool if it weren't so dangerous and if I knew how to use it. Pretty much my sucky life took a nosedive once I got it. Yup, everything gone. I suppose I should be thankful some uncle I never heard of took me in. Turns out the whole family isn’t normal and my power is a lot more dangerous than I thought. I thought things couldn’t get any worse. I was wrong. They banished me to Ever.

If I’m lucky, I might survive my first day.

Jen resides in rural Ontario, Canada with her husband, two boys, Australian shepherd, a flock of birds and a disagreeable amount of wildlife. Her debut novel, Sweet Light, comes out this May. For more information on all of her available work, visit her website www.jenniferwylie.ca

For advance review copies and requests for interviews and author events for any of the participating authors, contact Karen L. Syed at Echelon Press echelonpress@gmail.com.

For photos of author, covers or for further information on Jen Wylie please contact the author at jenniferw2mail@gmail.com

 


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