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Author, poet, dream interpreter, psychotheapist and mother June O'Brien has done it again. In the second book of her trilogy, "The Blue Child Series" she has knocked it out of the park with "The North Road." The series is about three mature Native American sisters who have adventures in time and space and the mystical realms which will keep you on the edge of your seat. "The North Road" is a comtemporary version of the age-old battle between dark and light, and this book is hard to put down. I cannot wait to read the third one, which is as yet unwritten.
A native Oklahoman, June lives near Seattle and is a member of the Nansemond tribe.
If you liked Lynn Andrews books, you will love June O'Brien's. June tells her stories with the voice of authenticity, as she is a Native American herself.
Available on Amazon and Kindle.
Website: The Blue Child Series
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Brodrick Was born in San Antonio, Texas inside lackland A.F.B. within Wilford Hall hospital. My Father was a minister with "New Life Christian Church" in San Antonio, Texas where I attended private school and felt my first passion for music.
Since that time my family and I have moved from San Antonio, Texas to Los Lunas, New Mexico to San Marcos, Corpus Christi, Austin, and back to San Antonio, Texas.?
During that time as a family we moved alot and I'm sure a few places I have left out due to moving so frequently. But because we did move so much I was able to listen and learn many different types of music and cultures. I took more to writing due to financially I could never afford instruments.
Therefore since buying my first microphone at walmart, I have been writing, producing, and creating lyrics along with various producers and artists. Obviously upgrading from my walmart equipment since, I have put out many projects and have also worked with many musicians and DJ's. Some of my proudest moments was working with The Mixtape Mechanic "Rapid Ric" and also provided the oppurtunity to showcase one of my songs on Power 106.7 in San Antonio, Texas.
Influences in my music range from many genre like R&B, Country, Rock, and Hip Hop. The Artist I am most influenced by are Chamillionaire, Pharrell, UGK, and Outkast. Locally I had the chance to record and collaborate with other local area artist who include, Liveola from San Antonio, TX, 50/50 Twin out of Houston, TX, Gerald G Mr. 512 out of Austin, TX, and of cource DJ Rapid Ric currently in Houston, TX.
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