Blaize Nolynne

Portland, Maine

Blaize Nolynne

Portland, Maine

‘When you want to reach your dreams - set it a blaze’ Blaize Nolynne took that literally when her dreams came into play after she graduated high school. She took the dream of being a writer to heart and furthered her studies where she went to college at the Children’s Institute of Literature. The beginning of her career was under the name C. Araya Delvesuvio as children books, her first that came out was ‘Sending A Message to Grandpa’ a story in which a young girl deals with her grandfather’s death in a unique way, that was in August of 2009. Later she published a chapter book under the same penname ‘The Sixth Child of June’ in which was a fantasy chapter book for teens. As her mind kept going and the potential of new books were out there, the world is her notepad, she decided to publish a piece of work that she had been writing since she was fifteen years old. Recommended by her mentor to publish yet under another penname ‘Angels In the City- First Mission, Second Wish’ came about under the penname ‘Kikkina Rhiki Destinu-Bantano ( which the book hit number 43 in Fantasy- fiction in the subcategory for the free books and number 68 for Free Kindle in November 2012). By the end of 2009 Blaize had already started working on more of an adult genre book at the time labeled ‘Fire’ on the computer file, which eventually she self published as ‘District One Stand By: The Captain’s Case’ in which was published in 2010. In April of 2012 the book ‘District One Stand By: The Captain’s Case’ had been picked up by a publishing house ‘Publish America’ in which she had to change the title to ‘Firefighter Down, District One’ by September 2012 the book had hit 100,000 on both Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com best sellers list. By then interviews from newspapers, blogs and radios had interviewed her in which she admitted that being this high on the charts was a goal she always dreamed about. At the end of November ‘District One: On the Bleeding Edge of Change’ came out, which is the second book in the series with the lead character as a woman firefighter. By December ‘The Captain’s Last Year’ which is NOT part of the series, but about a terminally ill fire captain and what he does to try to make his community a better place with his last year. At the age of 24, she has reached different heights in her career that she had only thought were dreams in the beginning, but now she has realized what you dream can come into reality. She admits that the next installment of the series ‘

  • Work
    • Ayres Delzario Publishing House Inc.
  • Education
    • Institute of Children's Literature