What: Watermark Books & Café invites you to attend a virtual event with author of the Seekers of the Wild Realm duology! Alexandra Ott will be joining us for a virtual discussion of the second and final book, Legend of the Realm—the action-packed finale to the Seekers of the Wild Realm duology, following Bryn and Ari as they figure out how to stop the return of a plague. Alexandra will be joined in conversation with our very own Trista Wilson, Watermark bookseller and author of Sometimes Brave—the story of a young girl with a bright imagination facing homelessness.
When: Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. (CT)
Where: This is a virtual event and will be hosted online using Zoom Pro Webinar & Facebook Live.
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About Legend of the Realm
Fablehaven meets How To Train Your Dragon in this action-packed finale to the Seekers of the Wild Realm duology, following Bryn and Ari as they figure out how to stop the return of a plague.
Now that Bryn and Ari are official Seekers, they are excited to help the rest of the council in keeping the Realm, and the magical creatures who live there, safe. During a routine check with their beloved magical dragon, Lijla, Bryn and Ari discover a baby gyrpuff with mysterious dark eyes. It’s clearly unwell, and after explaining to the rest of the elder council, they fear that a massive plague that crippled the Realm years prior has somehow returned.
Though Bryn and Ari manage to save the gyrpuff (named Little Puff) from near death, it is now up to Bryn, Ari, and the rest of the Seekers to find out how exactly this plague has returned—and whether or not human forces were at work in bringing it back.
About Alexandra Ott
Alexandra Ott holds a BA in English from the University of Tulsa. She currently lives in Oklahoma with her tiny canine overlord. She is the author of the Rules for Thieves and Seekers of the Wild Realm series. Visit her online at AlexandraOtt.com and on Twitter at @Alexandra_Ott.
About Trista Wilson
As a special education teacher for over twenty years and now as a writer, Trista wants kids to see themselves in books, and strives to help them recognize and celebrate their own unique strengths. Trista currently lives in Wichita, Kansas with her husband and two adorable and sometimes naughty dogs. Her work has appeared in Hunger Mountain, VCFA Journal for the Arts and YARN, Young Adult Review Network, with frequent participation in NaNoWriMo. When previously living in Austin, Texas she became a fervent supporter of The Writing Barn led by Bethany Hegedus, and was also spotlighted. She spends her time writing, drinking too much iced-coffee and seeing how big the weeds in her garden can grow.