Chelsea Pagan

Biography

Chelsea Pagan has been a lifelong fan of the fantasy and science fiction genres and has been writing in them for as long as she can remember.

The Ariatless Chronicles are her favorite work, consisting of four chronological novels about the Chosen Ones and two prequels that give insight into the Chosens’ ancestors and their original decision to end the world as they knew it.

Chelsea has also been published in the science fiction anthology titled Beyond the Stars: Unimagined Realms—a number one new release on Amazon! In it, you will find her first short story in The Crystal Legion Holos: A Series, titled “Fission Fallout”.
Much of her fantasy work falls under middle-grade or young adult fiction, however, her sci-fi works span young adult to adult, appealing to the more mature.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I first started writing in 7th grade. School assignments I hated, but creative writing...that opened up a whole new world, one that I preferred! Building those worlds carried me right through school and into adulthood.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
My major series, the Ariatless Chronicles, actually takes place in my home town in NY--the non-magical portions at least. The Chronicles are heavily influenced by my surroundings, regardless of whether that is my home town or the next one over--from the people around me that I make it a point to learn to understand, or to the geographic layout of the city and several of its landmarks.
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Videos

Chris Rankin Talks about The Guardians of Truth!
My lovely Author friend, Virginia Aird, had Chris Rankin (Percy Weasley from the Harry Potter Movies) do a cameo for my birthday and he decided he was going to bring up my new release, The Guardians of Truth. Check it out!

Series

The Ariatless Chronicles
The Ariatless Chronicles is a series of 4 teen/young adult novels following the evolution of teens Adrianne, Samantha, Teresa and Carrie and the growth of their two struggling adult mentors as they all battle dark forces both internal and external. The five realms are at stake but aren't their own personal worlds just as important? Join them on their journeys. Learn to love, risk, win and fail--to be brave, to be loyal and to sacrifice. Will they beat the odds?

The Guardians of Truth

Price: $3.99 USD.

Books

The Guardians of Truth
Series: The Ariatless Chronicles. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 96,410. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy, Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
For centuries, Earth’s sister-world, Ariatless, has maintained neutrality between the realms. But a baby is born the perfect host for the Old World’s greatest evil: a spirit called Talicor. Four unsuspecting children are called to fight for a world they never dreamed existed. Each has their part to play and power to wield, but they must first overcome their fears.

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Smashwords book reviews by Chelsea Pagan

  • Captive Angel on Sep. 06, 2012
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    Captive Angel is a well written novel with a smooth blend of romance and suspense. It is largely character driven with some perfectly placed, startlingly real life details that make the journey much more engrossing. The plot 'captures' you right from the start and leaves you desperate for emotional resolution. This is delivered in the form of a developing love story that twists and turns along the way, making the reader question the Author's motives, until true love is finally found. The antagonist, Guy Dillon, deserves his own special mention. You will love to hate him. Overall, a great story. I say, take the journey!
  • Captive Angel on Sep. 06, 2012

    Captive Angel is a well written novel with a smooth blend of romance and suspense. It is largely character driven with some perfectly placed, startlingly real life details that make the journey much more engrossing. The plot 'captures' you right from the start and leaves you desperate for emotional resolution. This is delivered in the form of a developing love story that twists and turns along the way, making the reader question the Author's motives, until true love is finally found. the antagonist, Guy Dillon, deserves his own special mention. You will love to hate him. Overall, a great story. I say, take the journey!
  • A Dusted Soul on Sep. 22, 2012

    The voice in 'A Dusted Soul' is refreshingly honest. It doesn't tell the tale of a self-proclaimed hero--but rather, of a self professed sinner who finds joy and looses it and then looses himself to the bottle. Written as a well groomed; compact short story, 'A Dusted Soul' finishes with an unexpected but welcome moral; the silver lining to an unfortunate life. The additional poem included at the end compliments the main piece and will really make you think. I definitely recommend this story!
  • An Enchanting Time on July 16, 2013

    Mixed with a fair amount of humor and a great grasp of today’s (and ‘yesterday’s’) society, An Enchanting Time wraps up with an amazing ending that succeeds in leaving the reader satisfied and intrigued at the same time. Filled with well-rounded and emotionally real characters, you’ll find yourself incredibly invested in the outcome. Take the time to read this story and think about the questions it presents—you won’t regret it!
  • Grandma's Matinee Bow on March 29, 2016

    This is a wonderfully touching story, brimming with sincerity and love. I definitely finished this one with a few tears in my eyes. I highly recommend it!