Charly Manlove's mission is hope. She writes to inspire and encourage dreamers to pursue their hearts desire without limits.
To contact me, please send me an email at: email@example.com.
What's the story behind your latest book?
The story behind Color Me Plaid is that I was very much in my creative mode, inspired by children's television shows, so I sat at the computer and I wrote whatever came to mind. I am a fan of art, and it was just interesting to view high school from an artist's point of view.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
To accomplish what I have set out to accomplish, it would be difficult to break into the industry the conventional way. My ultimate goal is to write for television and being a self-published author is, I believe, the best way to achieve that goal the way that I want to.
Overwhelmed by an overflow of complaints, the Cinemen put out a Complaint Box to help them fix the Royal Cinema's problems. But when an anonymous complainer suggests that Daisy is fired for her rude behavior, the McDowell brothers do whatever it takes to keep Daisy's customers happy.
Charly Manlove presents 3 Jr. Novels for YA readers.
Teen fashionista, Ariella Clarke, must strut out of her parents’ astronomer footsteps to claim her own star as a “hall” couture designer.
COLOR ME PLAID
Creative friends form an art club and make a splash in their high school.
Three rivaling brothers are forced to work out their issues while working at a cinema.
As the new trending topic at Crestview High, Ariella gives Mae an all access pass into her everyday life for a cover story on the school blog. But when Ariella questions if her life is glamorous enough to keep her fans interested, she stops being real and starts being real phony. Meanwhile, Caleb helps Danny get through his acting hiatus by getting him a job at the Swirly Go Round.
Ariella’s aptitude scores send her to the guidance office to test out her counseling skills. But instead of resolving the students’ academic issues, she solves their unbeknownst fashion problems. Meanwhile, Mae and Torin team up to fight crime in the hallways.
Fabriella Starr: High school fashionista, Ariella Clark, must strut out of her parents’ astronomer footsteps to claim her own star as a “hall” couture designer.
Color Me Plaid: Halley Shields hated being the new girl at Duplex High and used her art classes to fit in, but when the school cuts its art programs she bonds with her artsy friends to fight for their right of creativity.