Constance Wallace is currently attending Clemson University as a graduate student, seeking to fulfill her dream of obtaining her PhD in History. Calling home for the moment the Mountains of North Georgia, she writes in her spare time when she is not researching for a history paper or article. Recently, her horror story, “Vengeance” and a poem “The Death of Me” won a literary award from Young Harris College. Along with these two, several other poems were included in several issues of “The Corn Creek Review,” a publication of Young Harris College. Her series Legends of Green Isle is a fantasy fiction series for young adults. “My grandmother comes from a distinguished southern family which traces its roots back to Scotland and the O’Kelly lineage. The culture and beliefs of the Irish and Scots fascinate me, so I decided to combine the history of both into a unique tale of epic adventure for young people. I love writing, and want to write to stir the imagination.”
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Legends of Green Isle - The Forgotten Spell
By Constance Wallace
Published: December 22, 2011.
When Matt's brother and two other children from town disappear, Matt finds himself involved in a primeval struggle to defeat an ageless Warlock. An ancient spell, which could cause the destruction of Earth, is about to be unleashed. Following a dragon and fairy through a hidden portal to another world, Matt and his friends seek to rescue the children who were taken. Will they be too late?
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