Friday, September 25, 2020

The Techno Mage by S.W. Raine - Book Tour + Giveaway

The Techno Mage
by S.W. Raine
Genre: Steampunk Fantasy 

She's being held hostage and yet, Magaliana doesn't want to be saved.

Close friends Ikarim, Arteus, and Magaliana always knew the dangers of sky pirates, but what they didn't expect was having their airship repair shop pillaged and being separated when Magaliana, a noble, is sold for a hefty bounty.

Once in the hands of the Techno Mage, her world changes. He's a mythical man with the ability to flawlessly combine both technology and alchemy, and his mythical ship is a haven for Magaliana. There, she discovers how to refine her craft.

Ikarim and Arteus are determined to escape the sky pirates to save her, but do they have what it takes before the Techno Mage initiates his grand plan?

 When did you first consider yourself a writer?


I’ve been writing since before I can remember. My parents have kept some of my earliest work (even some horrendous Super Mario fanfic!). And though I probably didn’t fully consider myself a writer until in my early teens, I acknowledge today that I was always a writer.

You see, being a writer is as simple as putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard). As long as you are using written words to express ideas, you are a writer. They don’t have to be perfect words. They don’t have to always completely make sense, either.

Journalists. Novelists. Poets. They are all writers.

Where the confusion arises is when one first considers themself an author. There are various opinions across the internet on the definition of a writer versus an author and the differences in between both. But in the end, writers can be authors, and authors are writers.

So, when did I first consider myself an author? When I first sat down with a published author friend of mine and we went through a writing and publishing plan. When did I first consider myself a writer? When I was old enough to know that I’ve always been a writer.

Raine is Canadian, born and raised, and constantly moved in between Ontario and Quebec with her military family. She moved to Michigan, USA, in 2004, where she currently still resides with her husband and son.

She has always had a vivid imagination and loved reading and writing from a very young age. She took courses in Children's Literature through ICL in Illinois, and published her New Adult Steampunk debut in 2020. She has participated in NaNoWriMo for over a decade and is currently a Municipal Liaison for the Detroit region.

Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway!

$10 Amazon gift card, acrylic pin of book cover, signed sicker of book cover


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