The local debut author (and 2012 Phoenix Pitchapalooza runner-up) launches novel about a teenage girl with the power to weave her own dreams.
When Marin was little and monsters chased her through nightmares, she learned to weave her own dreams. Her mother called the lucid dreaming a gift, and when an accident takes her mother and leaves her baby brother an empty shell, Marin uses this gift to spin a new reality for herself. One without time or sorrow. A world without memory. But just when Marin thinks she's safe in her make-believe fantasy world, the monsters come back and her dream turns to a nightmare. Something in the dream doesn't want Marin to wake up. In order to heal herself and her family, Marin must face the truth she's forgotten and conquer what lies behind the fourth wall.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ELIZABETH MARIA NARANJO is an award-winning writer living in Tempe, Arizona. Her short fiction and creative nonfiction have been published in SLAB Literary Magazine, Hospital Drive, Literary Mama, Bartleby Snopes, Babble, Phoenix New Times, and The Portland Review. The Fourth Wall is her first novel.