The source: a lonely girl with an extreme superpower fueled by the negative emotions inside her.
The solution: send fourteen year old superhero-in-training Kale Zenith to be her friend and give her a reason to smile.
The problem? The girl trusts no one.
With the fate of the world in Kale’s hands, quitting is not an option. Perseverance is key to knocking down the many walls around her, and soon he gets to know Lindsay as more than just the girl who will destroy the planet.
But there’s trouble back home. A secret plot is brewing inside his superhero league, and it’s up to Kale to expose the traitor. But that takes time away from Lindsay when she needs him most. Can he save her and the world before it’s too late?
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write a lot, read a lot, and never give up. Ignore anyone who tells you that you can’t. Keep at it, work hard, and your efforts will pay off. Don’t be afraid to put your work out there, and have fun!
Dee J. Stone is the pseudonym of two sisters who write YA fiction. Their titles include No Ordinary Hero (Keepers of Justice, Book 1), Snake Girl, and Cruiser. Their hobbies include writing, reading, and playing video games.
I’ve always loved superheroes, and I wanted my story to be a little different–about the underdogs with weak (or no) powers who save the day. Of course I had to add some romance in there, since I love writing about guys who try so hard to get the girl. No Ordinary Hero is a fun read for all ages, whether or not you’re into superheroes.
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