Check out my stop on the blog tour for Impact by K. Maze!

by K. Maze
Genre: YA Sci-Fi
Release Date: June 25 2020


Trapped underground with a mysterious scientist named Edison and his chess master AI, can Nala Nightingale find the will to live and to love in a dystopian future?

Set in post-pandemic Wind City, a young journalist races time against a certain natural destruction. Nala must decide between broadcasting the news of a lifetime or discovering keys to her orphaned past.



IMPACT  – a mix tape by K. Maze 


A Side  

In the Air Tonight – Phil Collins 

Lovely Day – Bill Withers 

Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve 

Heroes – David Bowie 

Time is Running Out – Muse 

Starlight – Muse 

Fade Into You – Mazzy Star 

Real Wild Child – Iggy Pop 

Weapon of Choice – Fatboy Slim 

Crazy – Gnarls Barkley 

Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand 

Dancing in the Moonlight – King Harvest 




B Side 

I Ran – Flock of Seagulls 

Mr. Blue Sky – ELO 

Come On Eileen! – Midnight Dixie Runners 

Rocket Man – Elton John 

Space Oddity – David Bowie 

Under Pressure – Queen & David Bowie 

You Should See Me in a Crown – Billie Eilish 

Every Breath You Take – Sting and The Police 

With or Without You – U2 

Africa – Toto 

In Your Eyes – Peter Gabriel 

Let My Love Open the Door – Pete townsend 





About the Author

Kris Maze writes empowering, twisty stories and also teaches Spanish. After years of reading classic literature, mysteries, and legal thrillers, she sought to publish her own books. Her first Science Fiction novella, IMPACT, published through Aurelia Leo, is now available!

Kris Maze is fascinated with strong characters like her protagonist Nala, a teen journalist who reluctantly works with a crazed scientist Edison to survive an incoming asteroid implosion. For more information on her book, look here.

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