Teenager uses iPhone 6 to write his first novel
A 16 year old teenager from Chicago’s Southwest suburbs has published his first novel, “TheKing’s Pawn.”
And Aaron Hanania explains he wrote the book only using his iPhone 6.
Here’s the plot:
A scientist creates a revolutionary experiment, The King’s Pawn, in which the participants are unaware of the roles that they play in what is expected to be a literally perfect world. The scientist soon discovers her “methodically controlled society” creates unforeseen tensions and ominous uncertainty for the unknowing participants, but brings the scientist unimaginable profits, fame and power. But what the scientist doesn’t expect is that the power of human curiosity can overcome any barrier, experimental boundaries or expectations.
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Two children in The King’s Pawn play a critical role after discovering that they have unrestricted control over the experiment’s outcome. The future of this unusual experiment rests in their hands, creating thrilling and unexpected consequences.
Click here to get more information on the new novel, “The King’s Pawn” written by Aaron Hanania.
Click here to read a brief interview with the author.
Aaron’s website is www.Aaron411News.com and his YouTube channel where he creates songs, videos, posts interviews, and tests his creative ideas is at www.Aaron411.com.
You can purchase your copy of the book from LuLu.com by clicking here. The book will also soon be available from Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com and through many major book stores.
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Hanania also writes about Middle East issues for the Arab News, and The Arab Daily News criticizing government policies in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A critic of mainstream news media bias, Hanania advocates for peace & justice for Israel & Palestine, & the empowerment of Arabs in America.
"I write about three topics, the Middle East, politics and life in general. I often take my life experiences and offer them in an entertaining way to readers, and I take on the toughest topics like the Israel-Palestine conflict and don't pull any punches about what I feel is fair. But, my priority is always about writing the good story."
Click Here to LISTEN to Hanania's live radio show on 2nd Friday every month 7 AM CST. Click here to listen to Ray's Podcasts.
His columns are archived here. Hanania was named "Best Ethnic American Columnist" by the New America Media in November 2007, and is the 2009 recipient of the SPJ National Sigma Delta Chi Award for column writing.
Email Ray Hanania at email@example.com.
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