New Short Story, I WILL SURVIVE, is Released
From eleven-year-old author Maya Engenheiro comes a fascinating read for a debut as she plays on themes of courage and determination in "I Will Survive" (published by Xlibris). A simple story of man's determination to survive as told by a child makes for an intriguing and captivating read.
Joanne, Russel, Jade and Jake are just the typical miners you would expect on a mining expedition, but not this mission. The four miners' goals are to go Peru to discover the rare ruby diamond, a gem discovered in ancient times by mountain men and has never been found since. When the foursome reaches Peru, they find the unusual mine. There, this story's heroes are met with an occurrence they had not expected. It seems like nature or an entirely different force does not want them to lay their hands on the famed mineral. Will they make it out of the place alive?
Readers are invited to find out as they bury themselves within the delightful pages of this new offer, resonating man's resolve to get out of a situation alive, with the words, "I Will Survive."
"I Will Survive"
By Maya Engenheiro
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 78 pages | ISBN 9781499033908
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 78 pages | ISBN 9781499033915
E-Book | 78 pages | ISBN 9781499033892
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Maya Engenheiro was born on January 28, 2003. She is currently 11 years old. She lives in Bronxville, N. Y., with her parents and brother and loves to write. Other hobbies include art, drama, chess and piano. She has also recently won a national art contest and has participated in many chess tournaments. She has two cats, Kit Kat and Snickers. One of her dreams is to become an author.
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