About the Book
Our New Friends, The Dragons
Kaela and Nason are a ordinary brother and sister that love to play together and go on little adventures everyday. But one of their latest afternoon adventures will prove to be neither ordinary or little after Nason stumbles upon a secret portal in their house, they find themselves in a magical adventure of a lifetime.
About the Author
Sandrian Nelson-Moon is a humble example for perseverance and faith and believes a child’s imagination and education is their fuel to true development. Sandrian is a woman of faith, a wife, mom, entrepreneur, Political County Representative by day, Future Attorney, and novelist by night. Sandrian advocates strongly for children, victims of sexual and personal trauma, and has won numerous awards for community service. A Jamaican native, she is a lover of seafood, family time, travel, and beaches. Currently residing in a borough she loves, you’ll find her most likely multitasking.
Qn 1: Can you tell us more about your book What is it about?
The book is about two siblings that enjoy taking adventures, however Nason finds a unusual secret portal and falls in, as he’s falling his sister in an attempt to save him after hearing his scream jumps in to save him. Both expecting the worst soon find that mystery sometimes can lead to magical adventures and new friends.
Qn 2: Who do you think would be interested in this book, is it directed at any particular market?
The book is directed at children ages 5 -12 who love adventure and mystery. I believe any child with an imagination will be able to envision the wonder found within the pages. As the story unfolds children will be able to travel along with each page and enjoy the journey with these fascinating dragons.
Qn 3: Out of all the books in the world, and all the authors, which are your favourite and why?
To kill a mockingbird is my favorite book. I can actually relate to the characters in that story. The writing is superb, its a page turner and each time you read you want to go deeper. I liked the serenity of Maycomb and in the same breath I disliked its horrible moral compass. I loved Scout’s inquisitive nature, her blossoming romance with Dill, Jem’s pretense to be all grown up and I was in awe of how Atticus had a unique answer for everything. Ive faced my own adversity and that book gave me some hope. I remember where I was the first time I read it. I admire how Atticus taught Scout about controlling her negative emotions, practicing perspective and why it’s important to defend the innocent. I love how he leads by example and even when he faced adversity maintained his composure.
Qn 4: What guidance would you offer to someone new, or trying to enhance their writing?
Read like a writer and keep writing the momentum will always pick up. Writing and being an author can be amazing and challenging in other moments, but when that book is done and you see what you worked so hard on come to life, its the most rewarding feeling ever. Don’t stop perfect your craft trust me it will all work out.
Qn 5: Where can our readers find out more about you, do you have a website, or a way to be contacted?
I can be found on
Facebook : Sandrian Campbell (Mrs Nelson-Moon)