San Diego, CA, August 15, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The book is set 1,000 years in the future, and it is a perfect utopia...or so it seems. Atlia, a prospective leader of the World Collective, is framed for her father’s telecide - murder by telegraphic, an advanced biotechnology embedded in everyone - only she cannot remember any this. She is deemed a lesser and is sent to the farm, a place where she learns an unforgivable truth about her society and family.
Ana Levley was born and raised north of San Francisco, surrounded by the water and redwood forests. She had a learning disability, which made childhood difficult and she coped with it by studying drama, musical theatre, cinematography, and dance throughout high school and college, graduating from UC Irvine. Most of her storytelling, though, came from helping raise her gregarious younger sister, as well as other children she nannied over the years. She now lives in San Diego where she has made her home with her husband and service dog Sadie.
Before publishing her first novel before turning 30 (a lifelong goal), Levley worked at film studios, publishing companies, and marketing departments, eventually creating her own marketing agency, which still operates today for promoting vegan products, services, and non-profits.
Levley will be holding the following launch parties/book readings:
August 19, 2018 - Band of Dystopian Authors and Fans on Facebook (Global)
August 25, 2018 - Eve in Encinitas, California (San Diego)
"I really enjoyed the way the novel begins, with its narrative voice drawing the reader in by speaking directly to them and encouraging them to suspend their disbelief." -Lex, Good Reads Reviewer
"I have smiled, laughed, marveled, fell in lasting love, and faced momentary despair along side her characters as I experience their lives unfold in the words. " -C.L. Hogan, writer, advanced editor, and fan
"OMG! Reading Beasts I had a hard time putting it down! When I read the first three paragraphs the hair on the back of my neck was standing up!" -LivShakti - avid reader
"Beasts" will be published on August 20, 2018 to Kindle Unlimited for free, pre-ordered on Kindle eBook for 99 cents, and the paperback edition on Amazon.com for $12.99.