Corinne Duyvis will host a launch party in Amsterdam for her fantasy novel Otherbound. On August 30th, she will visit the American Book Center to present Otherbound, answer questions and sign copies of the book. Reservations are needed.
Otherbound follows Nolan, a disabled teenager who sees through the eyes of a girl named Amara every time he closes his eyes.
“Please tell your Dutch fantasy-loving, YA-reading, or queer-lit-hooked friends that they’re more than welcome! I’ll be reading from Otherbound, answering audience questions, and talk with author/journalist Julie Phillips about the process of writing Otherbound, the need for diversity in novels, and the challenges a Dutch fantasy author faces getting published by a major US publisher,” described Duyvis on her Tumblr.
Duyvis toured America earlier this year.
For more about the event, visit the American Book Center’s website.