Faith A. Rice-Mills


Faith A. Rice-Mills is the author of Identified: The Maya Price Story and a handful of short stories. She moonlights as a Spanish teacher, but has wanted to be a writer since she wrote the poem “The Jackowhipp’s Wail” as an eight-year-old. Her writer’s spirit resides somewhere between Narnia and Mount Doom, but her physical body lives in Texas with her family. Besides writing, she loves reading (and will take recommendations!), yoga, coloring with her daughter, and watching Parks and Recreation with her husband. She dislikes snakes, the word “literally,” and teaching double object pronouns in Spanish. She is currently working on Burdened, the second book in The Maya Price Story series and is writing whatever short story she has to get out of her brain.

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Identified: The Maya Price Story
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 102,450. Language: English. Published: May 22, 2013. Categories:
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“There are rumors of a prophecy. The prophecy states there will be a shifter who returns to Leets this year and that this shifter will be more powerful than any other who has ever been born. The prophecy does not say which side this shifter will choose but that the shifter will be an asset to bringing a new order to power. Rumor has it that the name mentioned in this prophecy is Maya Price.”

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