Authors MG Wilson and Phil Elmore Release New YA Fantasy – Ninja Girl Adventures

Published by Networlding Publishing, Inc. on November 2, 2020, the book is receiving rave reviews from readers and reviewers.

Sister Power at It’s Best

14 year-old Moira McKenzie inherits her father’s business after he is legally declared dead. But now something even worse terrifies her — nothing less than her Uncle Jiro doing whatever he can to take control of her father’s company — even if it means getting rid by using his strong ninja powers that hold dark magic.

Praise for Ninja Girl Adventures:
“A great book that focuses on the important and timeless values of integrity, empathy, and courage with three, female protagonists.” – Becky Blanton, TED Global Speaker

“A fabulous fictional story telling adventure of overcoming fears and sisterhood and empowerment! This will inspire all! A tale of self belief and learning and perseverance that matters today for all girls – and really for all of us who take on our fears head on!” — Athena Golanis, Founder, PINKK, a needed organization that provides needed resources for women from all walks of life. –

Ninja Girl Adventures is available for purchase in print and ebook formats.

Book Information
Ninja Girl Adventures
By MG Wilson and Phil Elmore
Publisher: Networlding Publishing, Inc.
Published: November 2, 2020
ISBN: 978-1944027735
Pages: 328
Genre: YA Fantasy

About the Author:
MG Wilson is the pen name for Melissa G Wilson who has spent the last 25 years writing non-fiction and fiction that has included five best sellers including a #10 book on Amazon for an entire year and a Wallstreet Journal best-seller. Her passion is centered in helping young and new adults get better starts in life by mentoring them in the world of publishing.

Phil Elmore grew up reading his father’s collection of “Mack Bolan” novels. As a teenager, he had no idea that he would one day ghost-write more than a dozen entries in Harlequin Enterprises’ long-running “Executioner” series. Today, Phil publishes fiction and nonfiction on a variety of topics, through multiple outlets, including his own publishing company, Samurai Press.

A technical writer by trade, Phil Elmore is also the Senior Editor of League Entertainment, an Intellectual Property development company based in Florida.

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