About the Book

Summertime used to be for bike rides, bubble gum, and baseball.

Until it wasn’t.

For generations humans have been mysteriously protected by Revernotas that live among us, and one summer, Sammy and his best friend Howie begin to unravel the mystery around them. When they decided to investigate their strange neighbour’s property, they had no idea what they were stumbling into. Car chases, shapeshifting, secret rooms, bullies, and bad guys completely transform their summer break. Suddenly the realms of the seemingly impossible collide into the lives of the two boys and a reluctant tag-along named Tommy, taking them on an adventure that will change them forever.

But can the three boys navigate portals between worlds in time?

Revernota is the story of good and evil, the power of friendship, and of never giving up.

About the Author

Mitch enjoys running, reading and staying healthy.

What inspired you to write your book?
Revernota was inspired by wild, imaginative childhood adventures and nostalgia. 90s movies had a lot of influence over the design of the book’s world. It’s intended to generate thinking about what our reality really is.

Who (type of reader) did you write the book for?
The book is written for someone who likes a nostalgic 90s atmosphere; adventures into a secret dimension; mystery; double bubble gum; and thinking outside the box. Even though it’s for young adults, some adult adults might enjoy it as well.

What do you hope readers will get out of reading your book?
For young readers, it’s a wild otherworldly adventure; for adults, there are a few more easter eggs and intentional allusions.

How did you decide on your book’s title and cover design?
Revernota is a part of the book, you’ll have to read it to figure that out. The cover is also a key part of the book, and you’ll have to read it to sort that out as well 🙂

How long did it take you to write the book?
Embarrassingly long, and it should’ve taken three times as long because it could be a lot better. But even still, it’s worth a read.

Were there experiences in your personal life or career that came in handy when writing this book?
Not really. It’s a story through and through. Fiction. Decide for yourself !

What scene or section did you have the most fun writing?
I had the most fun writing the heist scene. The dove coming out of a painting was fun also. If people can buy or read one book this week or month, why should it be yours? Revernota is sort of like Alice in Wonderland; so if you want to go down a rabbit hole, if you want to enter another world that might change the way you look at yours, even just a bit, by putting a glimmer in the sky, then spend a little time in the world created inside of Revernota, spend some time with Atwell, Sammy, Howie and a whole lot of other characters. And enjoy some soup (it’s an inside(the book)joke).

Where can readers find out more about your work?
Feel free to email me: just buy the book first, on Amazon.

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