Monday, December 29, 2014

Spotlight and Giveaway: The Thornless Rose by Morgan O'Neill

The Thornless Rose
An Elizabethan Time Travel Romance
Morgan O’Neill

Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Publication Date: December 29, 2014
Genre: Historical Fiction

About the Book:
No one ever knew what really happened to Dr. Jonathan Brandon back in 1945. He simply disappeared from a London pub, leaving behind an unsolved mystery and his fiancĂ©e—Anne Howard's grandmother. Seventy years later, Anne herself is haunted by the strange tale, along with inexplicable hallucinations straight out of Elizabethan England. Including a scarred, handsome man whose deep blue eyes seem to touch her very soul....

Anne wonders if there isn't something more to the story. Is it even possible that Jonathan disappeared into England's dark past? And why does Anne keep hearing him whisper her name? Because now she too feels the inexorable pull of the past, not to mention an undeniable attraction for a man she doesn't even know.

It's just a matter of time before Anne will step back into history, and face a destiny―and a love―beyond imagining...

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Author Bio:

Long version- A chance meeting at a writers' conference brought Cary Morgan Frates and Deborah O'Neill Cordes together, two award-winning authors who connected because of a mutual love of time travel fiction. Collaboration ensued, the search for a pen name the first step in their working relationship. Their maiden names provided the solution - and "Morgan O'Neill" was born. 

Cary and Deborah's backgrounds are uniquely suited to writing stories steeped in atmosphere and history: Deborah has a Master's Degree in history and is a dedicated genealogist; Cary is a talented linguist in French and is currently a student of Latin. They've traveled to Europe's ancient and medieval sites many times, with Cary living on the Continent for five years. 

The Morgan O'Neill time travel novels have received a number of literary awards, including two finalist wins in the Booksellers' Best Awards, two semifinalist wins in the William Faulkner-William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition, first, second, and third place wins for the Mainstream Novel with Strong Romantic Elements category of the Golden Rose Contest, a top ten finalist award in the Pacific Northwest Writers' Conference Zola Awards Literary Contest, and a top ten finalist win in the Orange Rose Contest.

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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Guest Blog: Of Sentimental Value by Princess Fumi

Of Sentimental Value
Princess Fumi Hancock

Genre: Mystery / Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Princess in Suburbia
Date of Publication: July 17, 2014
Number of pages: 328
Cover Artist: Phatpuppy Arts Studios

Book Description:

One event Elects Who You Are
One event  Molds Your Values & Beliefs;
One event  Charts the Course of Your Journey… Good, Bad or Indifferent;
One event Determines Your Destiny… For Life
One event  Will Change Your Life… Forever

Bestselling Author, Indiefest & African Oscar Award Winning Filmmaker, Host of an African Oscar nominated TV Talk show, An African Heritage Leadership Award recipient & a globally sought after transformation interventionist, Princess  Fumi Hancock  delivers an inspirational and intriguing romantic suspense story, yet laced in mystery & comedy. Of Sentimental Value, a titillating & jaw dropping adventure set between the deep rich forest of Africa and the southern flat plains of Nashville, Tennessee.

A Twenty-one year old, Young African Immigrant, SIBERIA TONKA has all the ingredients of a successful writer: Commitment, dedication, and drive to become famous. Until her dream of becoming the next bestselling media sensation in America is threatened by an inexplicable cosmic force! Buried and spiraling in unsurmountable debt and a string of misfortune hovering over her, she is forced to pawn her most valuable possession. But when told her sister’s life in Africa hangs in the balance and that would die if artifact is not returned back to the rightful owners, Siberia in desperation sets out to retrieve the artifact at any means necessary. A Mystery enigma is released and the stakes are high! The harder Siberia tries… the closer she seems yet the farther she was from solving the turmoil.

Alas, in the midst of this chaos evolves an undeniably love triangle between Siberia, a wealthy rugged-looking African, but Nashville-based, art collector (Alan) and a simple American consignment store owner (Jake).

Will Siberia retrieve the artifact in time to save her dying sister, Naiya? Who / what wins her heart? Money or True Love?


Book Trailer Produced by Cambium Break Pictures

Of Sentimental Value Motion Picture Scheduled to Release 2015

MRP would like to extend a very warm welcome to Princess Fumi, author of Of Sentimental Value. 

Building African Kingdoms, One Community at a Time with The Adventures of Jewel Cardwell: Hydra’s Nest Author, Fumi Hancock, her American Friends and her colorful characters in Africa.

                        “As I share my humble and sincere heart with my readers, I
                        continue to envision a world free of challenges, drama as we
                        would often call them and desire a peaceful place where everyone
                        can live in peace and harmony.”
Princess Fumi S. Hancock, RN. Ph.D.

                        “I yearn for a place where children can move freely, live freely, eat
                        freely and of course, never go hungry.”

                                                            ~Princess Fumi S. Hancock, RN, Ph.D.


Come, let me take you to a Land;
                        A Land of Deep Rich Forest;
                                    A Land where Knowledge is our Clothing and
                                                Unconditional Love Our Way of Life;
                                    There is a river which flows in the Heart of this Land;
                        Come drink from the river of wisdom,

                        Our destination is Africa…..
(Fumi Hancock, 1996)

Some of you readers may have read about my very first crack at Fiction Novel, The Adventures of Jewel Cardwell: Hydra’s Nest. I an so grateful for all of the support I have garnered through the years This week, as the holiday season kicks up in full gear all over the world and as I journey on with the virtual publicity tour for my newly released Romantic Suspense/Thriller Book, Of Sentimental Value; I can’t help but reminisce over my experiences celebrating holidays in Africa.  These great adventures found in both my fiction books, The Adventures of Jewel Cardwell and Of Sentimental Value beautifully brought back to my memory the wonderful times I’d shared with friends and family members, growing up in Africa. Armed with the desire to share this piece of me with my readers, I garnered up the courage, the enthusiasm and the commitment needed to tell the world how Africa can also be a beautiful place, even in its throes of poverty and difficulties.

As I share my humble and sincere heart with my readers, I continue to envision a world free of challenges, drama as we would often call them and desire a peaceful place where everyone can live in peace and harmony. I yearn for a place where children can move freely, live freely, eat freely and of course, never go hungry. It is my hope and desire that as I share my experiences with you; you will be moved to be a difference maker… reach out and touch someone in the most unusual and / or unexpected way.

To this effect, let me quickly share with you where my passion for writing these fiction books emanated from…

My name is Fumi “Stephanie” Hancock.  I was born in Africa but have lived in the United States of America for over 30 years. A little over eight years ago, my father, Prince T.A Ogunleye called me up and told me it was time to return home. I’d literally grown up in the US and this was now home to me. My father felt it was time to give back to Africa.
This was an important trip for me as I’d not been back to my community in over 23 years!  The trip was equally important because one of my cousins, His Royal Majesty, King Emmanuel Adebayo, reigning King of Emure Ekiti Kingdom, a place tugged away in the Western region of Africa was being crowned and my father felt it was a great opportunity to reconnect with my roots.                
The journey was exhilarating yet filled with anxiety as I did not know what I was going to encounter.  I trusted my father, packed my bags and went back to West Africa with my family. It was the most incredible journey of my life… to witness a King’s coronation… no words could describe the feelings.

What was more important was the surprise which awaited me when I arrived in the community with my Tennessean friends! The community people rallied around me and reminded me of who I was… their princess who had been gone for long and was now back! I took the time to revisit my childhood boarding school and low and behold, all of my experiences at the school came rushing back.

With all of this jubilation came social responsibility… to come back to the United States, let the world know of this region in Africa and help to make a difference in whatever little way I could.

The King and his cabinet had a huge task on their hands and they knew it would require reaching out to all for assistance. It is amazing how when we reach out to give someone something that we may be lacking ourselves, how it turns around and blesses us back a thousand fold.  Because of my children in Africa, my life and that of my volunteers have forever changed.

We came back home, reached out to whoever would listen to our stories and began plugging away at the needs in Africa.  We hosted the King and some of his 63 cabinet members to a gala in Tennessee.
To date, we currently sponsor 40 children who would ordinarily not have been able to attend school. We opened the very first state of the art library in that region ever.

With the help of some Song writers & artists in Tennessee,
Friend to an Angel a song honoring our African children was debuted and used in raising funds for our programs in Africa.  (Available at:

Today, I celebrate all of my
African angels with the characters my readers will encounter in the Adventures of Jewel Cardwell: Hydra’s Nest and Of Sentimental Value. These vibrant and most times feisty characters are a culmination of my childhood friends as well as “those conjured in my head.” These characters as well as my African babies have consistently plagued my dream and haunted my mind into bringing them alive.

Every other year I would return to Africa serving the children in these communities through my non-profit organization the
Adassa Foundation, I am reminded of the colorful ambiance and the need to share this part of the world with book lovers.

There is more work that to be done. I am constantly in need of assistance to help move our programs forward.  Our next vision for this region is to build a Youth Center for Excellence where children can converge and learn rather than be in the streets roaming aimlessly. As we celebrate our holidays here in the US and all over the world, I urge you to consider joining me in putting a smile on yet another African angel’s face at or support by picking up the song: Friend to an Angel.

                        “Somewhere between romance, suspense, mystery and fantasy lies the cultural and nuanced Of Sentimental Value, which despite all this insight remains fun and entertaining. A bit whimsical, Hancock's style is not at all snobby but reveals her writing savvy through phrases like "tugging away at my gelatin heart". Sam~Amazon

                        “I enjoyed the story of Jewel, it was fresh and in a setting that was new to me. The descriptions made me feel as if I was there. I experienced the place right along with our Jewel.  Every page was beautifully written and I was engrossed from start to finish
.” Review by Sara Bree High, (The Adventures of Jewel Cardwell).

Well, mission accomplished Sara. I wanted my readers to be transported to a place where they’d never been before. I wanted them to see how other people live in other parts of the world as well as live here in the US…. Their struggles to fit in and live their passion… I wanted them to also see how people like them, who have travelled to live in Africa… how they adjust to the culture and setting.  The characters though reside in Africa come from various parts of the world especially Europe.

Portions of the proceeds made this holiday season will be funding scholarships and the Proposed Youth Center.

Discovery Quizzes:
1) What is the Mission, the Vision and the Goal of Adassa Adumori Foundation?
Clue: (a statement written in purple color)
2) Can you mention two ways you can help to create awareness and be a difference maker with the foundation?
Clues: “
Friend to an Angel”, The Adventures of Jewel Cardwell, Of Sentimental Value and

“Of Sentimental Value” does a super job demonstrating the worth of every individual who lives on this planet. The film is unique in that it opens with actors in the movie sharing painful moments of their past, including abuse and health issues, and how they moved forward to find their “worth” as people of value. One actress tells of her manic depression and suicidal thoughts, but how she pushed through after hearing the voice of God speaking to her spirit, telling her she had a purpose and a reason to live. The themes of perseverance and faith are to be commended. We are awarding our Dove Family-Approved Seal for ages twelve plus to “Of Sentimental Value.” This film has many inspiring moments!”

The Wonderful Reviews for Of Sentimental Value are In!
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 Thank you so much for joining us today, Fumi. We really enjoyed the visit. Good luck and great sales with Of Sentimental Value
Note to readers: There was a great deal more information, including pictures, in this article that this format was not able to post. Be sure to visit Princess Fumi's various websites to find out more.

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Guest Post: Deadly, Calm and Cold by Susannah Sandlin

Deadly, Calm and Cold
The Collectors
Book 2
Susannah Sandlin

Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Date of Publication: December 2, 2014
Number of pages: 280
Cover Artist: Kerrie Robertson

Book Description:

From award-winning author Susannah Sandlin comes the second book in The Collectors series.

How far will ordinary people go to protect their secrets? The Collectors’ games are as much about manipulating lives as finding lost treasure. Everyone is expendable as the ruthless C7 pushes people into gambling with their lives in order to find priceless objects lost to history.

Samantha Crowe's secrets could ruin her career, while Brody Parker's could get him killed. They become pawns for two Collectors seeking Bad King John's crown jewels, which disappeared in rural England back when Robin Hood roamed Nottingham.

This time, however, the Collectors--a ruthless dotcom billionaire and a desperate London detective--might not be playing for the same team, leaving Sam and Brody trapped in the middle.

One thing's for sure: If either hope to survive, Sam and Brody will have to find a way to overcome their distrust--and their growing attraction--in order to succeed on this winner-take-all treasure hunt.

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Samantha hadn’t intended to watch Brody Parker take a shower, only to peek in the window to see if he was in the bathroom so he could let her in the house.
But damn, that man was sexy. He was facing her, his head thrown back and eyes closed as the water cascaded over every ridge and muscle and . . . everything. She had to look, right? She might have taken a vow of celibacy but she hadn’t taken a vow of blindness.
You’re an absolutely pathetic loser, Sam’s inner nag said, and she agreed. Anyone who’d stand in the middle of a monsoon and ogle a man in his shower should have LOSER stamped on her forehead.
As soon as Brody stepped out of the water and saw her, his mouth and eyes battling for which could open the widest in shock, she stepped away from the window and splashed her way around the corner, returning to the back door. And yeah, giggled a little, the laughter bubbling up and spilling out before she could get it under control. She hadn’t laughed much in the last couple of days.
She’d never been quite so wet and cold in her life. The wind had picked up, stabbing horizontal blades of rain into her face as she waited at the back door. For a few seconds, she wondered if he might leave her out here, but then the door opened and he stood there with a white towel slung loosely around his hips, which would have been sexy as hell except for the black T-shirt he’d pulled on. Droplets of water dripped from his black wavy hair onto his shoulders, getting said T-shirt wet.
“Nice fashion statement.” She gave him her best lopsided smile as he moved aside to let her in. “You’re shy about going without a shirt? You have man boobs, don’t you?” Which would be a crime against nature.
“I certainly do not.” Looking offended, Brody pulled the T-shirt up, exposing a rock-hard set of damp abs and nice, firm pecs without a trace of man boob. He jerked the shirt back down before she started salivating, which was good, given her celibacy and all.
“Why were you leering in my bathroom window?” He cocked his head. “Are you stalking me? How long had you been watching?”
Not nearly long enough. “Just a few seconds. I knocked on the door earlier and you didn’t answer.”
He glanced out the door, where the rain almost obscured the garage. “Where’s your car?”
“Ah, that’s the real story. Do you have a fire lit?”
Brody closed the door, shutting out the hiss of rain hitting the slate courtyard. “Not yet. I was going to do it as soon as I showered. Give me a minute to get dressed.” He made no attempt to leave, though, but instead treated her to a head-to-toe visual inspection that she could swear grew a little heated when his gaze landed on where her soaked, thin sweater clung to her breasts.
Her nipples perked up just to make sure he could see them, the traitors. They didn’t want her to be celibate. They wanted to be touched and licked and nibbled on, even if the attention came at the lips and tongue and teeth of the man who’d deliberately punctured her tire.

MRP would like to extend a very warm welcome to Susannah Sandlin, author of Deadly, Calm and Cold.

Welcome to Swineshead?
It’s always dicey when an author ventures beyond her own world and into another. But the plot of my newest book, DEADLY, CALM, AND COLD, involves a search for the British crown jewels lost by “bad” King John back in the early thirteenth century, which meant I had to take my characters outside the confines of the southeastern U.S. unless I wanted to put King John in a time-travel story. Not.

No, if my hero and heroine, Brody and Samantha, were going to search for treasure—even under duress—they had to do it somewhere in the part of England known as the East Midlands. Specifically, they needed to be somewhere in Lincolnshire.

Since historians generally agree that the crown jewels were lost in quicksand in an area that has since become solid ground, I needed to find a plausible other place for the jewels to be found. Plausible enough for my somewhat nerdy grad student Samantha to be able to develop her own theory about where they were.

I finally settled on a small village of 2,500 or so people. Swineshead isn’t a sexy name, although the town looks charming in the research I was able to do on it. There’s a high street. There were some properties for sale in the area—including this charming seventeenth-century ivy-covered cottage—that I could “buy” for my characters. It’s in the middle of a rural area just to the west of Nottingham and Sherwood Forest, and of course King John was the bad old king that Robin Hood so despised. So it was perfect.

In 1216, when King John lost his crown jewels on the same day he spent an evening at Swineshead, there was a large Cistercian abbey located outside the village. At the time, Swineshead was near enough to the North Sea that at high tide during the rainy season, the water would rise up to the doors of the high street shops. These days, the town is quite far inland.

Unfortunately, the old abbey was torn down and its parts used to build other structures in the area, so there were no ruins for Brody and Samantha to explore. The site of the abbey is now private property, and I didn’t think it was very practical for them to be digging up someone’s lawn, so I had to expand my research to some of the countryside around Swineshead.

Turns out, it’s an interesting area whose county seat, Lincoln, dates back to the first century. The Romans came to town. The Vikings traded here. These days, there are a lot of sheep.

Also nearby is the port town of Boston. There was a famous American city named after its much older English counterpart when it was settled by emigrants from Boston, Lincolnshire. It’s in Massachusetts; you’ve probably heard of it! (Who knew? Not me!)

So welcome to the town of Swineshead, England. There’s no real Grainery restaurant and inn, but there’s a terrific-sounding place called The Wheatsheaf that I swear I will get to one of these days! 

Thank you so much for joining us today, Susannah. We really enjoyed the visit. Good luck and great sales with Deadly, Calm and Cold 

About the Author:

Susannah Sandlin writes paranormal romance and romantic thrillers from Auburn, Alabama, on top of a career in educational publishing that has thus far spanned five states and six universities—including both Alabama and Auburn, which makes her bilingual.

She grew up in Winfield, Alabama, but was also a longtime resident of New Orleans, so she has a highly refined sense of the absurd and an ingrained love of SEC football, cheap Mardi Gras trinkets, and fried gator on a stick. She’s the author of the award-winning Penton Legacy paranormal romance series, a spinoff novel, Storm Force, a standalone novelette, Chenoire, and a new romantic thriller series, The Collectors, beginning with Lovely, Dark, and Deep.

Writing as Suzanne Johnson, she also is the author of the Sentinels of New Orleans urban fantasy series.

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Monday, December 8, 2014

Character Interview: Seasons of Change Box Set by Mia Hoddell

Seasons of Change 
Box Set
Mia Hoddell

Volume 1, Books 1-4 + two bonus stories
Genre: YA/NA Contemporary Romance 
Combined Word Count:  137,000
Cover Designer at M Designs
Release date: November 27th 2014

About the Set:
You can now get all four Amazon best-selling novellas in the Seasons of Change series, plus two exclusive short stories, in one box set. These feel-good contemporary romances follow the seasons as characters change for the better, find themselves, and overcome fears. 
All of the novellas are standalone reads, but can be enjoyed as a series because characters overlap. This box set includes:

Summer Demons: Jenna Shaw jumped on a plane and flew to Portugal to try and forget her past. However, forced to deal with her memories due to an ill-timed joke, Jenna’s holiday is derailed by the charismatic Ethan Brooks. She sees him as an annoyance; he sees her as a challenge. And when all of his usual tricks only serve to push her away, Ethan has to work harder than ever if he wants to win over and help his mysterious girl.

Winter Angel: When Amy’s suggestion of a beach holiday is overruled in favour of skiing she couldn’t have predicted it might make her break the one, and only, rule she has: not to commit to a serious relationship again. The minute she sees Luke, she knows something’s wrong, and her desire to fix people means she wants to be the one to help him. However, she didn’t go on holiday to fall for someone, and whether or not she can move past her insecurities will depend on whether Luke can face his biggest fear.

Autumn Ghosts: Only one person knows what truly lies in Ellie Jeffords’ heart, and that’s herself. Hating the course she is studying, Ellie is failing and when a friend’s cousin, Justin, offers to tutor her, she jumps at the chance. However, as the pressure of exams starts to break Ellie, Justin wants her to confide in him. The only problem is that he can’t persuade her to talk without revealing his own dark secret, and forcing Ellie to choose between her parents’ dreams and her own will cost her something she loves.

Spring Knight: Kayleigh Barrow is most comfortable on stage where she can pretend she’s someone else, but when auditions for the latest production are opened up to the entire university, the lines between fantasy and reality start to blur. Thrown together with renowned player, Aiden Hanson, she can no longer hide her feelings for him. However, he’s never had a serious relationship and Kayleigh refuses to be another conquest. When her acting starts to become real and she can no longer hide behind her character, Kayleigh must decide whether Aiden’s worth the risk, or if he will end up breaking her heart.

Plus 2 exclusive short stories:
Summer Revenge: 
Jenna promised she’d get Ethan back for his prank, and it’s time to cash in. Read about what happened after the couple left Portugal.
Season of Love:
 There’s beach fun, flirting, and mischief as all of the Seasons of Change couples take part in a beach competition.

Buy it now, save 20% and get more content than if purchased separately.

MRP would like to extend a very warm welcome to Mia Hodell, author of the Seasons of Change boxed set.

Mia: Hi everyone, today I have with me Kayleigh and Aiden from my fourth novella Spring Knight. They’ve kindly allowed me to interview them for you.

Aiden: Hi everyone, great to be here!

Kayleigh: Hello.

Mia: So, Kayleigh, it’s safe to say that your relationship had an unusual start. What did you think when he first showed up in your drama rehearsal?

Kayleigh: Um … I think I was a little more worried by the fact I was about to jump off a platform really. It did cross my mind why he was there, but most of my attention was on not breaking my neck.

 Aiden: She scared the hell out of me, that’s for sure.

Kayleigh: When I finally found out the reason, though, I thought it was a wind up. He’s not the type to audition for the university’s production.

Mia: No, he definitely isn’t. Were you surprised when he noticed you?

Kayleigh: Of course, I mean I’m not someone people notice very often. I don’t like being the centre of attention unless I’m on stage, and he’s a big name on campus. It made me feel uneasy.

Aiden: [puts his arm around her shoulders and pulls her against him] She made me work for her, which was a first. I’ve never had someone say no to me, but she’s worth all of the effort and more.

Mia: Well now you’ve brought it up, what was that like? And how long did you know that Kayleigh was the one for you?

Aiden: I can’t reveal everything, can I? That would ruin my reputation. I think a guy’s entitled to some secrets.

Mia: Okay, I guess the readers will just have to pick up your book to find out. My next question is, what was it like being in the show?

Aiden: Terrifying. I’m not usually one to admit when I’m scared, but being on that stage—just the thought even—made me want to puke. It did give me a newfound respect for Kay. I honestly don’t know how she does it.

Kayleigh: It’s not that bad. And anyway, it serves you right for not being able to turn down a challenge. He did great, though; you wouldn’t have known it was his first time.

Aiden: And last.

Mia: You can’t see yourself ever up there again, Aiden?

Aiden: Hell no, not if I have anything to do with it! I’ll support Kay in the audience from now on.

Kayleigh: [looking at him with a devilish smile] What if I bet you two hundred pounds you can’t do it again?

Mia: Are you sure you know what you’re doing, Kayleigh?

Aiden: I’d listen to her if I were you. You know I don’t turn down money, and you know I always win.

Kayleigh: Prove it then. I bet you two hundred pounds that you won’t perform in the next university production.

Aiden: You’re on, but you’re going to lose.

Kayleigh: Really? I control who gets cast. [she laughs at his shocked expression as he tries to respond]

Mia: I think she’s beaten you there, Aiden.

Aiden: Yeah, she probably has, but I have my ways of convincing her to do things. [turns to Kayleigh] Remember what happened last time you tried to trick me?

Kayleigh: You don’t scare me anymore, Aiden. I know all of your weaknesses. [he moves to kiss her]

Mia: Okay, I think that’s all we’ve got time for guys. Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you let him perform, Kayleigh. I’d love to see him play a fairy godmother.

 Kayleigh: [laughing] That’s a brilliant idea!

Aiden: Thanks, Mia … really … just thanks … [groans]

Mia: No problem, Aiden. I’m always happy to help out. Good luck!

Thank you so much for joining us today, Mia. We really enjoyed the visit. Good luck and great sales with the Seasons of Change Box Set. 

About the Author: 
Mia Hoddell lives in the UK with her family and two cats. She spends most of her time writing or reading, loves anything paranormal and has an overactive imagination that keeps her up until the early hours of the morning.

With three poems published before the age of sixteen, Mia moved on to short stories but finding she had too much to tell with too little space, Mia progressed to novels. She started her first series (The Wanderer Trilogy) at the age of fourteen and since then hasn’t stopped writing. Seasons of Change is her third series and with an ever growing list of ideas, Mia is trying to keep up with the speed at which her imagination generates them.

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