Shadow Dance

The election's over. When Jaycee accept's the position as eighth grade representative, it seems like the perfect role. Until she learns she has to go to Homecoming.

Things aren't easy in Mallory, either. Fall Council has convened early. Not only does Lyla have to head off potential mayhem, there's another dance. And Galen.

They need answers. And Jaycee needs to survive - Homecoming, that is. More

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About M.E. Sutton

Mary has been making up stories, and creating her own endings for other people's stories, for as long as she can remember. After ten years, she decided that making things up was far more satisfying than writing software manuals, and took the jump into fiction.

She writes the HERO'S SWORD middle-grade fantasy series as M.E. Sutton and finds a lot of inspiration in the lives of her own kids. A lifelong mystery fan, she also writes crime fiction, including THE LAUREL HIGHLANDS MYSTERIES, under the pen name Liz Milliron. Her short fiction has been published at,, and in LUCKY CHARMS: 12 CRIME TALES (December 2013).

Like her LAUREL HIGHLANDS characters, Mary lives in Southwestern PA (but, unfortunately, she doesn't have a dog). She is a member of Sisters in Crime.

Visit her on the web at and follow her on Twitter (@mary_sutton73).

About the Series: Hero's Sword
Self-described eighth-grade nobody Jaycee Hiller just wants to survive school. But when she gets a new video game controller and finds herself inside the world of her favorite video game, Hero's Sword, survival takes on a whole new meaning.

Inside the digital world of the game, Jaycee - as her avatar Lyla Stormbringer - must use her wits and her skills to aid the lovely Lady Starla Caval. As she moves through her adventures, aided by friend and mentor Roger Woodbridge, the question is not only can she survive in Mallory, but can she learn enough to survive middle school?

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