This is a story about a girl, named Mia. She grew up in suburb of medium sized city. There were cold winters, and hot sticky summers. Mia’s favorite seasons were spring and fall. She enjoyed the mild seasons, but also loved the vibrant colors each possessed.
Mia loved music. She didn’t just love it, she sat on the floor in front of her Casio stereo for hours at a time, recording songs off the radio. Then she would cue them up and make sure she only got the music as she recorded them on a second tape, without the DJ’s voices on them, just the music. Then she would listen to those songs absorbing the words as she sat in her room and wrote her poetry.
She wrote her first Poem when she was thirteen. It was called Sands of Time. When she was sixteen and again when she was eighteen she won two state competitions for her poetry. Her Poetry was stories of roses, starry nights, love, loss, and the scars left behind. She found recourse in those private moments filling notebooks of her writings. As she grew so did her inspirations, and when ever it hit her the rest of the world melted away until her verses were written, alive in the world.
Even today as Mia writes mostly YA fiction, poetry still holds a special place in her heart. Her love for all things words propels her forward in her pursuit of the next great story. Her Debut Novel The Ocean will be released this spring.
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Becoming a Butterfly
Lacey and her two best friends Jade and Tasha while playing around online create a fictional personality. In doing so Lacey attracted the a attention of Henry her life long crush along with Chase the new guy at school who blackmails her. Lacey must decide if revealing herself to Henry and her entire school as the cool, charming, and funny Farrah is worth possibly losing him forever.
Generations I: Book of Enlightenment
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Ellie Solomon has always been sort of a loner. Between her brother and a few friends, she lives a boring life. The one person she confides in is her Guardian Angel who visits her dreams. He is her best friend, too bad he's not real. When strange wolves with red eyes begin chasing her one evening, a mysterious boy and his do
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St. Petersburg, Florida holds bad memories for Gianna and Alex. They thought they’d escaped it, but after their mother passed away, they are returned to their recovering alcoholic father. Barely holding it together, Gia wasn’t expecting to find Travis. He realizes he needs her as much as she needs him. The Ocean is a story of loss, redemption, and finding happiness in the middle of it all.
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