Treefell: Legend of the Wood

The trees can take human form, but not all want their secret revealed. One young man is about to stumble across thorny secrets with deep roots. More

Available ebook formats: epub

Words: 45,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310784422
About Rae Elliott

I am an Indie author of science fiction, fantasy, young adult, and women's fiction novels. I am proud to say that I have accomplished the life-long dream of being a self-published author. The first book I have ever published is my science fiction novel Fractured. It is also the first book I have ever released as an audiobook on my Podcast. Fractured is the first in a series, I am currently writing its sequel Desolated. Desolated will hopefully be released by winter 2015. Other novels I'm preparing to publish include my Fantasy series Treefell: Legend of The Wood. I hope to release the first in this series by spring of 2015. I also have completed a women's fiction novel titled Life from the Rear View Mirror. This is the first book I have ever written as a modern narrative, but I have to say it is one of my favorite pieces. I have hopes of publishing this novel come spring 2015. Finally, I'm in the early stages of plotting out a Young adult fiction novel titled The Renaissance. More details about each book will be coming to my web page shortly!

As a writer, I have dedicated myself to the science of storytelling. For years I have honed my craft by learning from fellow bloggers, writers, editors and published authors. I love sharing what I have learned with fellow writers via my blog and other social media networks. I also love to dissect excellent story lines and characters that I find in television series or movies to inspire my imagination. Just a few t.v faves include Freaks and Geeks, The Blacklist, Gilmore Girls, Criminal Minds, Downton Abbey, and Sherlock. And, a few movie faves include: Gladiator, Frequency, Forest Gump, The Planet of The Apes, Brave, Ever After, Wall-E, The Count of Monte Cristo- oh boy I'd better stop here! The thing for me is, I always have one question poking my brain as I write each and every story I invent. Why does the reader care? If my audience truly cares about my characters and where their journey leads, then they will most likely come back for more stories I have to give them. And I hope that audience includes you!

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