Black Rose Writing Presents Reborn by J.K. Miller

“Every now and again an anomaly is born – an enigma, a theorist…a genius. They are born with the sole purpose of changing the course of history.” —from Reborn.

Clearwater, FL, March 15, 2012 --( In a world on the brink of ruin, the Kahnan have been reborn. Their purpose: stop the anomaly from obtaining the Gift of Prime at all costs. The reasons do not matter; it is their destiny.

Jason Kyton is awakened and forced from his hometown. His fully awakened auras churn within him, but he doesn’t know how to control them. He doesn’t even remember yesterday. Only his mother seems to know anything about what he is, but she is trapped before she can help him. Jason must travel to a place called The Hills to learn to control his auras and find the other Kahnan. Each day brings the anomaly closer to obtaining the Gift, and each day the elements become more and more unstable.

When the true nature of the Kahnan is revealed, the salvation of mankind suddenly hangs in the balance. Salvation comes with one price: delivering the Gift into the hands of the anomaly. Just how noble is mankind? Witness the dawning of a new era in this epic fantasy.

J. K. Miller II was born in Mountain View, CA. Throughout his childhood, J. K. Miller II took a particular interest in fiction because the genre allowed his mind to wander to undetermined heights. The very first series he read (partially, as there are so many books in the series) was The Boxcar Children. His favorite authors include Terry Goodkind, Crista McHugh, Gertrude Chandler Warner, and James Patterson.

His favorite genre to write is fantasy, though he does enjoy mystery and general fiction. He is also a poet, songwriter, and enjoys singing. J. K. Miller II is a 49ers fanatic.

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Now available for review request (both hard copy and electronic). Purchase from and many other online bookstores, including electronic book versions. The book is also available for direct order via the Ingram Book Catalogue, Books in Print, Baker & Taylor. ISBN # 978-1-61296-088-3.

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