Book Blitz: Oil and Dust, by Jami Fairleigh

 

Oil and Dust
The Elemental Artist, Book One

by Jami Fairleigh

Fantasy

Date Published: September 1, 2021

Publisher: Kitsune Publishing

 

Politics, Money, Power, Religion, and Greed. These are the things we never again need.

Artist Matthew Sugiyama can alter the physical world with his art. As the top student graduating from the prestigious Popham Abbey, Matthew Sugiyama’s future is secure… until he bucks convention and begins a journey to find answers about his birth family. The trouble is, he doesn’t know who or where they are.

Determined to find answers, but without a clear destination, Matthew sets out on horseback across a post-technology world, guided only by random flashes of a vision or long-buried memory. Using his skills as an artist to barter for hospitality and supplies, Matthew soon learns his sheltered upbringing has left him wholly unprepared to face the obstacles on the road or his unexpected yearning to join the communities he encounters. When he uncovers a mysterious adversary’s plan to harm the people he’s come to care for, Matthew must decide what’s more important; the adopted family he has created, or his need for answers about his past.

Oil and Dust is the first book in the gripping Elemental Artist series. If you like low fantasy quests and character-driven stories, you’ll love Jami Fairleigh’s page-turning tale.

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Upcoming Books in the The Elemental Artist Series:

Graphite and Turbulence

The Elemental Artist, Book 2

Coming March 2022

 


About the Author

Jami Fairleigh is a writer, urban planner, and hobby collector from Washington. She shares her life with a husband, a trio of well-mannered horses, a pair of dubiously behaved parrots, and one neurotic dog. You can find her and more information about her writing at jamifairleigh.com.

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