Bourbonnais, IL, November 02, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- As Koriander Publishing expands it's reach to new book stores nationwide, the company formally announces the release of Ki-Chan: Demon Hunter Book #2, continuing the adult light novel series.
The books synopsis is as follows:
School is in session as Ki-Chan and her group of Humanesques are now enrolled in the Midori Fedora Daigaku, an elite college on the edge of Hanno, Japan with a rough and elaborate past. With classes specializing in immersion, our rag tag group from Blue Island, Illinois seems primed and ready to jump right into their studies.
But just as our gang is settling into their new classroom, Ti-Chan finds himself being stalked by a mysterious and beautiful blonde named Mindy, who has seemingly enchanted the entire school. Something about this young lady has caught Tige's attention, and it seems only Ki-Chan knows something is off about the whole thing. As if having her budding new romance thrown into jeopardy isn't bad enough, the yellow capped kid finds her past being plastered all over social and televised media, as the school learns about her out of control super powers.
Students are going missing, a monster is on the loose, and the demons are hot on Ki-Chan's trail.
Just who is Mindy, and what is the true nature of the power she wields over the campus? And can Ki-Chan and Ti-Chan overcome this dangerous damsel before the bell rings?
This is the second in a series of illustrated light novels by cartoonist and author Koriander Bullard. The Ki-Chan: Demon Hunter light novel series is currently available in color and in black and white for Kindle and paperback. The first book was a 2016 NaNoWriMo winner. In addition to the light novel series, there is also a print on demand line of clothing and gifts available via Redbubble, and a joint promotion with MMA Crossfire, a news agency specializing in Mixed Martial Arts events and research.
Koriander Publishing is an upstart company, designed to help new and established authors streamline the publishing process.