When she isn't writing high fantasy or YA romantic fantasy, Isabella Amaris can be found busily penning poetry and short stories with elements of fantasy, romance and mystery/suspense.
No matter how busy she is, this author will always love to hear from her readers. Do drop her a line at belleamaris at gmail dot com, or pop by her website at http://isabellaamaris.com. She blogs on fairy tales and fantasy at http://isabellaamaris.blogspot.com.
As Lea races to outsmart Gabriel Amarinth and escape his magical kingdom, she finds herself turning fascinated by her charmed sanctuary – and its magi master. But when strange accidents and deadly disasters stalk Lea through the halls of Gabriel's castle, it’s obvious that someone in Verlaine isn't happy with her change of heart.
When Lea escapes ruthless pursuers in a dark forest, she stumbles upon an enchanted kingdom. But Verlaine isn't the sanctuary it appears to be. And when its magi sovereign refuses to let her leave, Lea must find a way to outwit Gabriel Amarinth’s web of enchantment without betraying who she really is; and before a traitor can destroy all she’s fought to protect in her home kingdom of Lorien.
A collection of two fantasy & sci-fi short stories, ‘The Story-Catcher’ and ‘Amnipur’.
In ‘The Story-Catcher’, a girl accidentally enters the magical world of a mysterious wizard who might want her in his realm for his own reasons.
In ‘Amnipur’, an imaginative Amnipurian is at a loss as to what he can contribute to a copycat world built on the theft of other species’ evolution.
In Amnipur, cities and science and libraries are built on the theft of other species’ evolution.
But when everything you do is a mere echo of someone else’s hard-won culture, what can an imaginative Amnipurian contribute to his quiet and efficient copycat world?
When a girl falls into a river in a Welsh forest, she enters the magical world of the Story-Catcher, a mysterious wizard who might just have an unexpected reason for her presence in his realm.
This short story would appeal to fans of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass".
'Just Imagine' brings together two Rhyme Whisperer Books, 'As The Moon And The Sun' and 'In The Madness Of Meeting' in an anthology of poetry on love, faith and dreaming that will provoke minds and brighten hearts of readers of all ages.
Volume 1 of the Rhyme Whisperer Book Series, 'As The Moon And The Sun' is a collection of poetry on love, faith and dreaming in our ever-changing world. With fast-paced modernity all around us, this poetry collection will provide a refreshing reminder of the joys and wonder of poetry as a buoyant vision of hope and truth.