First Installment of “Light Riders” Now Available

Emmy Nominated Producer Casandra Moreno Lombera Authors Children’s Book

Los Angeles, CA – Suspense filled children’s book, published through Xulon Press, by author, blogger, producer Casandra Moreno Lombera is the first installment of the Light Riders series available on both paperback and ebook formats. Light Riders engages young readers by addressing their common social and family issues: bullying, making new friends, parenting, truth telling, and taking risks, to name a few, with the help of supernatural forces, thrilling, mysterious encounters, and ancient Biblical teachings.

“This journey,” Moreno Lombera says, “forced me to learn the process of self publishing on my own – talk about a huge challenge – now I can’t wait to complete the second installment. My two children and grandbabies inspired me to write the series and create some entertaining reading options (like C.S. Lewis did) that support them in becoming courageous, generous, and compassionate people amidst all the peer pressure and family breakdowns that could obstruct those good values.”

Both Amazon and Barnes & Noble retail the ebook for $7.49. Paperbacks retail at Xulon Press for $14.99 and for $11.69 or more through online bookstores. A percentage of each book sold will be donated to Hope worldwide.

Light Riders readers have shared their reviews both on Amazon and directly to the author:

“I loved it! It was really interesting and made me want to read more.” – Anthony, a 10 year old boy

“Amazingly entertaining… could not put it down! An incredible message. I definitely recommend it!” – Karina Smith, teen ministry counselor and childcare services provider

Casandra Moreno Lombera is an author, blogger, and Emmy nominated television producer who grew up in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denver communities. She is a recipient of La Opinion’s 2012 Mujeres Destacadas Award and has also received a congressional commendation for her community service.

Today, Moreno Lombera is focused on empowering youth, writing, and raising money for the impoverished through organizations like Hope Worldwide http://www.hopeww.org.