I, (Rachel Kelly), have a love of superheroes, and I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of superhuman abilities. But I’m also a realist. I think way too much, and my sanity depends on putting everything I encounter into context, and that means I need to be able to relate to stories. I need to believe on some level that they could actually exist. When I began to write Colorworld, I wanted it to be the story I had always wanted to read. So this is a superhero story. One without spandex and capes, and full of real people with everyday problems… but also some not-so-everyday problems. It’s about real talents that have been enhanced and existing in this world that we all now know. In comic books and movies we find superhuman abilities so fantastic so as to defy all logic, and the heroes are always battling some monumental enemy, intent on saving the world from evil that presents itself in new and varied forms. Colorworld is a different kind of story, intent on exploring what “realistic” superpowers would really be like and exploring their probable impact on the world as we now know it.
One of the unique things about the series is that there are two entry points: Colorworld (book 1) and Dreamworld (book 5). You can jump into the series with either book. If you want a bit simpler, more background-driven introduction, go with Colorworld for your first foray. If you want a more action-driven, oh-my-gosh-what-is-actually-happening-right-now?!? head-first dive, go with Dreamworld. Either way, don’t forget to leave a review either on Amazon or Goodreads!
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