Super Human is the first book in a new Young Adult Science Fiction series. Through an out-of-this-world adventure, it takes a close look at the role of anxiety and our thoughts on outcomes in our lives.
Super Human is currently in negotiations to be turned into a TV Series.
Readers praise Super Human:
“I was hooked from page 1. I started out expecting a fun-filled Sci-Fi novel. The deeper I got in the more I realized that there was so much more to take away. By the end, I found myself adjusting the way I look at everyday situations. For people with anxiety, this is a must-read. I highly recommend!”— Anna
“This YA book is not usually my genre but it grabbed me on page one. This fast-moving story made for a fun read with important messages for all ages. I can and would like to see a series with Will, Lily, & Russell. I want more. I now need to rethink my dismissal of this genre.”— Amazon review
“Super Human is one of the best young-adult books I’ve read in that it introduces the power of positivity, a mindset to which our teenagers need to be exposed to prepare for life.— Amazon review
I highly recommend this book…
– to all parents of children in their early teens and their teens,
– to teachers of high-school students and their students,
– to tutors who suggest books to their tutees,
– to counselors who work with teenagers,
and to everyone else.
I look forward to reading the next one in the series.”
Super Human is available worldwide through Amazon:
Book Launch Promotion
To promote the launch, Sunday, May 9, the eBook will be free.
The paperback edition will have Promotional Auspicious Pricing. Normally $12.95, it will be priced at $11.11 – $1.11 – $.11 – $.01 = $9.88. Click the links above for your location.
Super Human is also free through Kindle Unlimited.
About the Author
A New Hampshire native, Dan Pouliot studied Fine Art at UNH, and his digital works are in multiple permanent collections. Dan’s been a positive psychology student, practitioner & coach, then a blogger, then an amateur Remote Viewer, a tad psychic, and now a novelist. Anxiety propelled him to examine introspection as a tool to take control of his mental habits to maximize outcomes. Quite possibly just like you, he’s not quite sure what he was doing before this lifetime.