New York Times bestselling author
Ellie Ann is a New York Times bestselling author of thrillers, science fiction, and fantasy. Her latest work is a multimedia fairy tale called Slice of Life, and her new fantasy series will be available at Planet Comicon Kansas City.
She was born in Thailand, raised in a small farming village in Iowa, and now resides in the Ozarks. Obsessions: Studio Ghibli, LOTR, Jalapeño Cheetos, trail running, and writing.
Come say hi! She doesn’t bite. Unless she’s been turned into a zombie.
About Slice of Life
Ellie Ann’s project Slice of Life is a multi-media story.
“This was no longer her world against the queen. It was the queen’s world against her.”
The Queen wants to destroy the life force of earth and has destroyed the last being that can stop her. Or so she thinks …
The last powerful mage in the world, Princess Aura, is the sole witness to the nefarious plot. The good news is she knows how to stop it. The bad news? She can’t do it alone.
Aura must summon someone she hoped never to see again. Saint George, her lover who left five years ago for another woman. And another. And another.
Can they work together long enough to defeat the queen and save the world?
Told collectively by a troupe of digital artists, Slice of Life employs every medium available: prose, pictures, poetry, illustration, audio scenes, and music, to provide an immersive and exciting reading experience. A troupe of digital artists has teamed up to create an immersive experience for the viewer.
Ellie Ann – author, New York Times and USA Today Bestseller
Gary Morgan – comic illustrator, of Undead and Hobbit Lessons
Theo Love – audio director, award winning filmmaker
Emma Lang – 12 year old extraordinaire
Biaka Zaidarhzauva – graphic artist
Lance Schaubert – poet, of Cold Blood & Poet’s Market
Hezekiah Jones – composer, of Have You Seen Our New Fort?
Interview with Ellie Ann
E. A. Aymar asked what Ellie Ann’e best moment in publishing is so far:
I teared up at this question, because there are just so many to choose from. But the one that takes the cake was when one of the reviewers for The Silver Sickle wrote “zik,” on my Facebook wall. It’s a profanity from the world, and it made me feel like my book had made a difference in his life.
More about Ellie Ann
Kevin J Anderson, Ellie Ann, Jason ArnettSaturday May 21, 2016 :: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Ellie Ann, Kevin Dilmore, Angela Roquet, Dayton WardSaturday May 21, 2016 :: 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm