There are moments in
when everything shifts.
in on itself,
until it becomes
These are called
Reflections on the Wakeing World
Comments and Reviews
"The story is pretty awesome. Imagery is amazing. The twins were precious and I loved the heck out of them."
~ Skylar, on When My Eyes Were Still Blue
Magic is real, and it's all around us. We just have to remember.
~ Alice Wakefield ~
"Every time I stop reading I find myself wanting more. The storyline is very intriguing and so well written."
~ Tess, on When My Eyes Were Still Blue
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Works in Progress
Hundreds of stories are waiting their turn to be told. These are some of the ones I'm currently focusing on.
Series: Nyx's Roses (book 1)
Status: final edit
Sheridan Forest has always known there's more to the world than what she could see. After years of searching, chasing dreams she didn't understand, she's pulled into the magical world in a way she never expected.
Centuries after the death of Italy's Warrior Princess, magic is all but forgotten in the world. But now the phoenix rises again, and the war between the magical and the nonmagical sparks back to new life.
Status: 2nd Draft
She's supposed to be studying for her GED, but all Anima can focus on is escaping into ghost stories. She runs a paranormal blog, but at 15 years old, with no means to travel and living under strict rules, she does all she can with internet research. Then she gets a message from another paranormal blogger -- except this one can go to the haunted places himself.
Take My Hand
Status: 2nd draft
The Rows and the Featherspells are two families that want the other dead. But when a daughter of the Rows and a son of the Featherspells discovers they're soulmates, they'll risk anything to save each other.
They tried to tell me I'm not in Wonderland anymore. I just laughed.
I make the world my Wonderland.
About the Author
It started out as a distraction. A way to distract myself from public school and the terrible people within it. It started with one girl, barely a character, thrown into a gap I created in a story written by someone else. But over time, that one girl revealed herself more and more to me. Told me her secrets, her past. Introduced me to her brothers and sisters, her allies and enemies -- her world. Until I eventually fell down a rabbit hole I may never climb out of.