Paul published Rantisia: Search For The Ranta

Paul published Rantisia: Search For The Ranta

What did you do?

I have had published a young adult fantasy/comedy novel that I wrote called Rantisia: Search For The Ranta.

Here is a short blurb:

“Once upon a time (although I’m not sure what time it was upon) in a land that was not so far away (for it did not really exist at all) there began a story in the land of Norak, a story of which the likes have never been written before!”

Roanas and Derak were two ordinary boys until they were swept off into an adventure to find the missing Ranta before the evil lord Calzark could unleash the Rantisia and take over the whole land of Norak. Follow the two boys as they travel through exciting and strange lands, meet mysterious and comical characters and battle dangerous and terrifying beasts all to save everything they’ve ever know and held dear.

Rantisia: Search For The Ranta is a story filled with action, adventure, humour and suspense. A thrilling and enjoyable book for young teens and older, it’s perfect for fans of the The Chronicles of Narnia, The Hobbit, The Lord Of The Rings, Beast Quest, Rangers Apprentice, Brotherband, and Eragon.

What organization recognized the achievement?

I published my book through Kindle Direct Publishing and it is available on Amazon.

How did homeschooling help you achieve your goal?

Homeschooling with Seton helped me achieve my goal of being a published author because I was able to schedule time during the day to write down ideas or inspirations that came into my head. Seton also helped me to improve my understanding of English, writing and Literature, especially in Year 12.

What are your favorite subjects and why?

My favourite subjects in school are English and History because I love reading stories and learning about books as well as the many amazing things and lessons we can learn from history.

What are your interests?

My interests are story writing (obviously), drawing, designing birthday cards and Christmas/Easter cards, film-making, music making, playing the piano, reading, history, camping and bush-walking, and spending time with friends and family.