Reader Question: What’s in store for World of Dawn?

With Books I & II, World of Dawn: Arise and World of Dawn: Reveal both published and growing in popularity, I’m driving forward on two fronts.

    First, I’m completing the Book I screenplay. I recently finished the first draft, and I’m now revising it. I hope to wrap it up in two to three months, so I can share it with the entertainment company that I’m in talks with. Then, we can hopefully get started on the groundwork for film production. It’s a lot of work yet immensely rewarding, seeing this vision coming together.

    Second, I’m promoting the World of Dawn series nonstop: readers, bookstores, libraries, etc. Now that WOD is available in sixteen countries, the potential to reach a wider audience grows every week. We truly feel this story can elevate, enlighten, educate, and of course entertain readers of all ages across the globe. If a WOD reader feels even one of these, I will have accomplished what I set out to do. And as a result, I’ll be content and happy.

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Shawn Gale writes on Canada’s West Coast. He is a graduate of the Fraser Valley Writers School, where he earned a Master’s diploma. He graduated from Humber Colleges School for Writers with a Letter of Distinction. He completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing at Bircham International University. He was a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Creative Writing department from 2014-2017, where he earned two certificates in screenwriting. His stories have been published in anthologies and periodicals in the US and Canada. He is the author of the acclaimed, award-nominated story collection The Stories That Make Us. He is also the author of the critically-acclaimed YA fantasy series World of Dawn. He is a member of Burnaby Writers Society and The Writers’ Union of Canada https://www.writersunion.ca/member/shawn-gale.

One thought on “Reader Question: What’s in store for World of Dawn?”

  1. This YA series rocks! I’m stoked to see it adapted into a movie. I read Book II in one weekend, I could not put it down. It is wicked good.

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