I've always been a daydreamer. When I'm bored or need a distraction, I write stories, devotionals, poems in my head. New Year Day I was participating in a 5k Run. Who does that? Run a 5k on New Year Day morning? So, I needed a distraction to take my mind off my misery while running. I was writing a humorous "What I Learned From Running" in my head. I was so engrossed in my thoughts I failed to notice the turn around point. I ran past a homeless man under a bridge and decided to take a look behind me to see how close other runners were. There were no other runners. I was quite alone. I blame my faux pas on it being New Year Day am...not on my "writing."
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Get swept away in the Blue Moon Series.Book One; Irelyn goes missing for a time as a young child. Upon her return, she tells tales of foreign lands, crossing an ocean, a friend named Cian, and a blue fairy that led her away.
Twenty years later, Irelyn inherits a cottage in Antigua and a trunk filled with her grandfather’s belongings. There’s a curious stone in the trunk along with a letter explaining her granddad’s reasons for believing the wild stories she told as a child, and why her disappearance was his fault. Stories Irelyn put away as childish dreams, return to her in vivid detail as memories. She embarks on a journey to Ireland and Antigua to confront those memories. Book two; Irelyn seemingly has a perfect life. She and Cian take their daughter to Ireland to share the family history with her. Danger ensues after their daughter walks the Wishing Steps as her other before her did. Irelyn and Cian must act together to set things right, and end the danger reaching out from the past once and for all.
When three year old Irelyn disappears her family is frantic. But her sudden reappearance is no less dramatic, as she relates a story of fairies taking her to a distant land. Upon the death of the Grand Dad Irish she must come to grips this her childhood memories. Did she really travel to Ireland in the 1600s? And if she did what dose it mean?