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Featured Author: Saffron Bryant

August 30, 2014


Saffron Bryant is a young Australian author with a passion for fantasy and science fiction. She began writing at a very early age and hasn’t stopped since.

She has a degree in Biomedical Science (with honours) and is currently completely her PhD at the University of Sydney.

Her first book, The Fallen Star, was released in 2012 after Saffron was forced to take leave from uni while recovering from a brain tumour.

Since then she has released the second book in The Lost Child Saga, The Herald of Darkness, which is soon to be followed by the Hordes of Anarchy.

Saffron is also looking forward to releasing her science fiction series, The Nova Chronicles. If you’d like to get in touch with Saffron feel free to email her ( or connect with her on Facebook or Twitter. Also, check out her blog for books, reviews, and science news:



The Fallen Star (The Lost Child Saga, Book 1)

The Shard has been stolen.

What would you do if everything you know and love was brutally taken from you? Would you have the courage to stand up and be a hero?

This is the challenge Laila, Sarin and their dragon companions Eros and Fervidious must face. It is up to them to save their people even though it seems everything is against them.

Could you continue the journey, knowing you might not survive long enough to finish it?

Strap on your shield and call up your dragon because it’s time to fly.

Find it on Amazon!

The Herald of Darkness (The Lost Child Saga, Book 2)

Like the calm before the storm the Draconum are thrust from their peaceful oasis into a vicious war. Refugees flood the shores in a desperate attempt to escape the coming darkness and the death it carries.

Allies become enemies and trust becomes a things of the past. Laila and Sarin must wrestle to maintain control as racial tensions and disputes threaten to tear apart their command.

The dragons struggle in a strange new land and no place is safe as the very shadows reach for their throats. What is it about their past which comes back to haunt them?

Astrocytes tries to contain an army which is bent on its own destruction. But how do you find the light in a world consumed by darkness?

The clouds are gathering and no-one can outrun them…

Find it on Amazon!

The Hordes of Anarchy (The Lost Child Saga, Book 3)

The die has been cast and the cards have been dealt, war is unavoidable.

The battlelines are drawn. But what happens when a bigger threat emerges?

Dragon and human must stand together against impossible odds. The power of the Shard is a blessing and curse, it has haunted the army and now it could mean their total destruction.

When the challenges are so great how can anyone overcome them?

Will swords and sorcery be enough?

Does anyone get out of life alive?

Find it on Amazon!


Why did you choose to self-publish?

I chose to publish non-traditionally mostly because I’m a control freak. I didn’t like the idea of passing my creation onto some company to look after so I decided to look after it myself. I did submit my book to one agent but when I got the rejection letter back it was adressed to someone else (they’d mixed up our addresses!) I figured that if they couldn’t handle an address then they probably couldn’t handle my novel!

Which authors or books influenced your writing the most?

I’ve always loved reading. I think my writing was most influenced by Tolkein, Raymond E. Feist, and Sarah Douglass.

What are your current projects / What are you working on next?

The final book in the Lost Child Saga; Hordes of Anarchy, is in its final editing phase – it’s currently on preorder and will be published in September. As well as that I’m also working on a science fiction series which I’m super excited about. I feel that females still don’t get a fair shake in sci-fi so I wanted to write a sci-fi adventure with a female lead, along came the Nova Chronicles.

I also really want to write a zombie series… and a murder mystery series (similar to Sherlock)… and about a million other things!

Anything else you would like to mention?

The only thing I’d mention is that I love to connect with readers and writers and I’m always happy to network if anyone wants to contact me.


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