New Middle Grade Novel, "On Mystic Mountain," Combines Spirituality and Adventure
Tabatha Waybright's debut novel, "On Mystic Mountain," is a faith-based fantasy middle grade novel that will thrill teen and preteen readers.
By: TouchPoint Press
Waybright's survival story will appeal to both preteen and teen audiences looking for an action-packed novel. By weaving allegories about the power of prayer with her tense and well-paced writing, Waybright has created a novel rarely seen in middle grade fiction that is both entertaining and teachable. On Mystic Mountain will also appeal to both girls and boys who want to read about characters their age in an adventure novel. As Kristal and Socorro develop and learn about their faith and their new environment, readers will empathize and develop alongside them.
Waybright's book is a fresh take on the good versus evil trope typically seen in middle grade fiction. On Mystic Mountain combines the spiritual and survival genres, taking the best from both to create a terrifying and fascinating world that will leave readers wanting more.
Tabatha Waybright is a recently retired school nurse. She has three grown children of her own as well as three grandchildren that she loves to spend time with. She is married and presently lives in Fort Worth, Texas. She currently teaches ladies Bible study classes at Travis Avenue Baptist Church; prior to that she spent many years teaching Bible classes for children of various ages. You can find her at her website, http://tabathaswaybright.com/
Ashley Carlson, Media Liaison for TouchPoint Press
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