MJ Moores


MJ Moores

MJ Moores
MJ Moores

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Bio: MJ Moores began her career as an English teacher in Ontario, Canada. Her love of storytelling and passion for writing has stayed with her since the age of nine. MJ relishes tales of adventure and journeys of self-realization. She enjoys writing in a variety of genres but speculative fiction remains her all time favourite. MJ is a regular contributor to Indyfest Magazine and she runs the emerging writers website Infinite Pathways where she offers editing & publicity advice as well as author platform building opportunities. Be sure to check out her sci/fi-fantasy series, The Chronicles of Xannia.

Craft: Writer, Editor, Publisher

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Time’s Tempest

Time's Tempest
Time’s Tempest

A cross between Tomb Raider and the Dune Series, The Chronicles of Xannia: Time’s Tempest submerges you in the forbidden Deserts, chases you with Secret Assassins, teases you with unrequited love, and pulls you deeper into a government conspiracy than you ever thought possible.

 

 

 

Cadence of Consequences

Cadence of ConsequencesShe risks losing her life above-ground, in the city she loves, and for what? possibly harming the innocent if she remains hidden below…
Trapped in a foreign Underground world, Taya battles inner demons and alienation as the man she promised to protect… to love… remains firmly planted in the government’s cross-hairs; hell bent on fulfilling his destiny to change the world. Constantly accosted by a fanatic sect of the Followers of Light, praising her as a false goddess in a religion she never truly believed in, Taya searches for something to return a sense of meaning and purpose in her life. As her skepticism for the impending coup grows so too does the Rebels’ lack of trust, undermining not only her sense of self-worth but their ability to overthrow a corrupt government.

Other Memberships: Vice President of the WCYR (Writers’ Community of York Region), associate member WCDR, member of Writers’ Ink (based out of the Caledon Libraries), member of the BWC (Bradford Writers’ Circle).