Isaac Grisham

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Ever since my elementary school librarian made my short story about a sick dog available for checkout, I have wanted to be a writer. A lot of words have been put to paper since then, including tales about dinosaurs, space travels, and the afterlife. The Brass Machine series is my first published body of work.

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Isaac Grisham The initial inspiration for The King's Sun came from two sources. The first was Laura Simm's children's book The Bone Man, in which the antagonist…moreThe initial inspiration for The King's Sun came from two sources. The first was Laura Simm's children's book The Bone Man, in which the antagonist hides his heart in his pinky. This made it easy to defeat and devour those who fought him. The second source was James Blunt's album Back to Bedlam, which was released during my last year in college. His music made me think about the consequences and costs of both love and war. These two different mediums helped form the climactic scene of The King's Sun, which I carried around in my mind for years before finally sending Prince Kitsune off on a journey to arrive there.(less)
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Available May 6th, 2019.

Below is the back cover blurb, which may contain spoilers if you have yet to read The King’s Sun.

Myobu has waited all his life to find love, and just as he makes a connection, it’s taken from him in an instant. Reeling from the fatal climax of his love story with Prince Kitsune, the magical Yokai must take advantage of his second chance at life, reconciling his past and...

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