Myra and the Magic Motorcycle go on exciting adventures to help other people, discovering valuable social lessons on the way.
The whole shed vibrated as a force of energy radiated outwards from the yellow bike. Diver shrieked in terror. An airshield snapped into place around Myra, then became invisible. Myra gripped the sides of the motorbike with her knees as it reared upwards. Read More
Young Adult–Adult Fantasy
The Astor Chronicles
and an epic spiritual war.
Rekala wrestled with the fallen Zeika, pushing her teeth closer to his throat. She worried his neck charm free of a concealing pouch. It showed a single triangle outside a circular Xeldfet symbol. He was a Warder, capable of casting wards, but not fire.Read More
Amanda Greenslade is a writer from Queensland, Australia who is the author of the children’s book series Myra and the Magic Motorcycle as well as the YA–adult epic fantasy series The Astor Chronicles. She aims to make every book she writes entertaining and thought-provoking.
Amanda Greenslade pens book to inspire children
Read the publisher's blog article about Myra and the Magic Motorcycle #1: The Business in Bermuda.
Australian eBook Publisher will this winter publish the first in a series of children’s books by Amanda Greenslade about social issues they may encounter in their personal lives as well as bigger issues that children are having to come to terms with at a younger and younger age.
For those of you in South-east Queensland, whether you are a reader or a writer, you will enjoy these fantastic events for their creativity and fun. Amanda will be attending some of these events and would love to see you there! Enquiries are welcome.
2015 September 12
Amanda Greenslade's Book Launch for Myra and the Magic Motorcycle
Where: Where the Wild Things Are Children's Bookshop, West End, Brisbane Queensland Australia
When: 10am, 12 September 2015
Why: There will be free toys, readings, great books, food and drinks
Amanda Greenslade discusses her latest works and anything else of interest. This includes children, children's books, ebooks, writing, editing and publishing, fantasy, science fiction, creativity, graphic design, website design, technology, the Internet, animals, science and more!
Today I have decided that the motto for my brand Myra and the Magic Motorcycle is Teaching Kids To Be Kind. Each book carries a social theme.