Novel Festival Readings for January 1 2016

The January 2016 Novel Festival is proud to be performing 4 novel transcript readings from writers from all over the world.

Readings to be performed by actress Reetu Bambrah

Get to know the 4 winning novels and writers:

#1 – CHEERAGE FEARAGE, Prologue
by Kimberly Dana

Genre: Horror, Young Adult, Crime, Thriller

Welcome to Camp Valentine – a cheerleading camp with raging spirit. A ghost that is!

#2 – THE FIRST ONES, Beauty Chapter
by Regina Walker

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance, Supernatural

A lonely and heartbroken vampire tries to prevent war that could result in the extinction of humankind. He discovers an unusually beautiful girl with abilities and what he finds out about her could alter both human and vampires’ existence.

#3 – THE FURLITES OF ARORIEL ON MATISSIA WINGS, Chapter 7
by Marie J. S. Phillips

Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy

On the cold distant world Aroriel — where primate species never developed — evolution spawned a furry saurian race that now reaches for the stars. Commander Geupetus of Clan Darius, offered command of the first near-lightspeed starship, hesitates to take the job, as Furlitian Law forbids his pre-adolescent twins Murkuria and Thorius from accompanying their Clan on this historic mission into interstellar space.

#4 – LARGE IS SMALLEST WE’VE GOT, Chapter 2
by Jed Hamilton

Genres: Drama, Comedy, Romance

An unlikely mix of people, thrown together by the LA Earthquake, 1994.
A story of love lost and found…
A story of greed and corruption. ….
A story about a phoney ghost-hunter show… and a dog that looks like a panda.

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