Rise of the Humanaki

Book Cover for "Rise of the Humanaki" by Kaitlyn Kalor.

Book Two of the Generations of Humanity Series

US — After the events in “Dawn of Humanity,” Tea with Coffee Media will release “Rise of the Humanaki” on May 30, 2023. The second of Kaitlyn Kalor’s Generations of Humanity series follows the aftermath of the great schism between the superhuman race of Titans and Lord Chronos who now has humanity at his mercy. 

After founding Olympus, a split between the Titans and Lord Chronos has thrust all the known world into one of dangerous tyranny. What opponents remain now find themselves planning a coup with the Goddess Three, Gaia, Khione, and Morimi, in a daring play to overthrow the Time Lord. If they fail, humanity might just fail with it. Readers can find out more in “Generations of Humanity: Rise of the Humanaki.” 

Author Kaitlyn Kalor is a transgender veteran who grew up in the Pacific Northwest and now resides in Colorado. After serving nine years in the U.S. Navy, she earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Security and later a Master’s degree in Business Administration. Her first novel, “Generations of Humanity: Dawn of Humanity” is available on Tea With Coffee Media’s website or most online retailers including Target, Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Google Play, and Kobo.

“Rise of the Humanaki” can be found on Tea With Coffee Media’s website in e-book or print format. 

Founded in 2022 by husband and wife team Grace and Tyler Wittkofsky, Kelsey Lovelady, Aaran Jolly, and Victoria Moxley, Tea With Coffee Media is a team of indie authors, designers, and editors who have a goal of helping indie media producers make their dreams become a reality. Their modest press has aspirations to help as many indie media producers succeed as possible.

Published by Tyler Wittkofsky

Tyler Wittkofsky is a multi-genre author, blogger, award-winning marketing and communications professional, and fierce mental health advocate from the southern coast of North Carolina. Tyler has been writing short stories for as long as he can remember. Growing up the grandson of an English teacher, Tyler had a constant fuel to his creative fire in his grandmother. He started writing poetry in 2012 to cope with his mental health struggles with anxiety, bipolar, and depression. Using poetry as an escape, he developed a unique style of poetry that has left readers saying, “Tyler’s voice is compassionate, even while suffering, and I felt the despair and loneliness seeping out through his words.” His first poetry collection, composed of poems written from 2012 to 2016, was published in March 2020. He began his first novel in 2019. The novel, (Not) Alone, was a story based on true events surrounding the struggles of living with mental illness. Described by readers as “An Intimate Closure with Mental Illness,” this began Tyler’s revitalized passion for mental health. He decided that his writing would have a focus on mental health. His next novel, The Seeds of Love: Sunflower Kisses Book One, was his debut romance novel and debut series. Described as “a great job of relaying the realistic emotions of young love and emotional drama that is particularly difficult for young adults…”, his debut romance novel was met with much success. In 2021, Tyler began writing short stories. He was accepted into several anthologies in mid-2021, expected for publication in early 2022. He also writes supernatural horror and historical fantasy for the online magazines In the Pantheon and In the Crescent. He has work published through Five Minute Affairs as well. He built his website www.TeaButWithCoffee.com in 2021. On this site, he started his blogging journey. He began writing book reviews, interviewing indie authors, and writing on mental health. This passion sparked a new desire to connect with more people. Tyler is currently in the beginning stages of two podcasts that he hopes to be live by the end of 2021. Tyler currently lives in Leland, North Carolina with his wife, Grace, and dogs, Dutch and Belle. You can find him and his works here: https://linktr.ee/wittkofsky

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