Beginnings to a Fairy Tale- New Book


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First time ever available, the prequel to Worlds Collide: A Fairy Tale! Beginnings to a Fairy Tale takes place about 15 years before the events of Worlds Collide: A Fairy Tale. While it can be read without reading my first book, it is written assuming the reader has read Worlds Collide: A Fairy Tale. 

The story follows Christi, Emilee, Jessica, and Lenzi and their meeting of the people who would become family; it is the introduction of the ‘dunami world and delves deeper into Jessica and her life.

*the release of this book also marks the completion of #16 in my 30 before 30, release or re-release my four completed books!


Lost and Found: A Fairy Tale


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Another re-release from me! My second novel Lost and Found: A Fairy Tale with a newly designed cover by Annie J Designs.

Lost and Found: A Fairy Tale is a follow up to Worlds Collide: A Fairy Tale, while many of the characters from the first book are present, it focuses more in on Jer’s daughter Katrina and a new character. Whereas the first book it is debated whether or not it is science fiction or fantasy, Lost and Found definitely falls into the fantasy category. I wanted to expand more on the ‘dunami world and the creatures that lived there. And expand on different cultures beyond the one of Karipol.

To finish off here are three random facts about Lost and Found: A Fairy Tale

1) Caleus, the new main character, his name is based off of Calcifer from Howl’s Moving Castle.

2) The header for this wordpress was featured in the original printing of the book.

3) The day my first copy of this book came in the mail I got my driver’s license. I wanted to refuse to take the test that day because I didn’t want to tarnish the memory of the release date with potentially failing my driver’s test. I passed, and spent a few minutes after my test telling the lady who had given me the behind the wheel my test about my new book.