Rain's Fairy Tale

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
All little Angel Morgan ever wanted was to grow up and live the fairy tale life she'd always dreamed of, but when a series of tragic events make life too real, she's forced to face an ugly truth- not all ever afters are happy.

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Words: 75,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465934390
About A.D. Williams

Being born and raised in the beautiful though gloomy Pacific Northwest, her writing tends to reflect the mood of one who spent too much time daydreaming out rainy day windowsills.

A.D. Williams began writing free verse poetry when I was twelve as an outlet for early onset teenage angst, wrote the first draft her first novel at age 15, but when it was stolen a year later, she lost her taste for writing. In 2005, Williams picked up the pen again and was reminded of the therapeutic value of putting words on paper. After finding the first few poems flowed out fairly smoothly, she set out to create something of a story that had been tugging at her for years.

From there the first draft of Rain's Fairy Tale sat collecting dust through years of diaper changes and PB&J lunches. When the youngest of her three "monkeys" started school she decided it was time to get back to writing.

A.D.'s writing is done now in the sills and city parks of Lincoln Nebraska, where she can be found daydreaming with pen and notebook in hand.

Reviews

Review by: Mandy White on Feb. 12, 2012 :
This is one of the most captivating tales I've read in a very long time! This is not a young adult book - It's suited to more mature readers or older teens. It's a bit difficult to categorize because of its uniqueness, and that's part of its charm. It's sort of a tragic modern-day fairytale...a story of forbidden teenage love starring Angel, AKA Rain, an angst-filled heroine who lives between two very different worlds with one foot in each but never belonging in either. In most fairy tales love conquers all, but in this one, even the purest and most powerful love can't make everything all right. It's the sort of story that sticks with you long after you've finished reading. Definitely worth the read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Mandy White on Feb. 12, 2012 :
This is one of the most captivating tales I've read in a very long time! This is not a young adult book - It's suited to more mature readers or older teens. It's a bit difficult to categorize because of its uniqueness, and that's part of its charm. It's sort of a tragic modern-day fairytale...a story of forbidden teenage love starring Angel, AKA Rain, an angst-filled heroine who lives between two very different worlds with one foot in each but never belonging in either. In most fairy tales love conquers all, but in this one, even the purest and most powerful love can't make everything all right. It's the sort of story that sticks with you long after you've finished reading. Definitely worth the read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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