Power of the Circle

Cejay Daniels knows evil. It took her cousin’s soul and she’s going to get it back.
For two-hundred years, evil has walked Hope Cemetery in Osceola Wisconsin, waiting for the one who was foretold to stop it. It wants her dead. More

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About JT Adeline

Growing up in the seventies and eighties, video games were played at an Arcade and the Wide World of Disney played a different movie every Sunday for families to enjoy. Large families were not uncommon and an imagination was encouraged. I remember mostly playing hide and seek with my two brothers and three sisters, and going to the local library for story hour with my mom. This is where my love of books began. I loved to walk between the rows and rows of books at the library, looking through as many books as I could before picking out my favorites to take home with me.

I remember receiving a notebook in Elementary School where I wrote my first stories, and as I got older writing my own version to books I had read. Then one day I heard a quote in reference to writing, and a new goal in life began.

‘If you wake up in the morning and all you can think about is writing, then you are meant to be writer.’

It has been a long journey, with many rejection letters and giving up, until the day my sister sent me a newspaper clipping for a meeting of local writers at her library. I stepped out of my protective bubble and crashed the meeting. I ended up sitting next to the one person who welcomed me into Fire and Ice.

I am a true Minnesotan, born and raised. I share my life with my husband of twenty-five years and two grown sons. If I am not writing you can usually find me in my art room, spending time with family, or outside with my beloved American Bulldog, Mylo.

I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it; A Day as Dark as Night is the first book of the Dark as Night trilogy, and my first published work. I assure you it will not be my last.

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