Storytelling with Spirit
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This website highlights the works of author L.C. Ireland.
L.C. Ireland is an educator, playwright, artist, and author of Young Adult and
I recently had the opportunity to read the first three books of Danielle L. Davis' Sydney Valentine series. The series is a police procedural following the investigations of detective Sydney Valentine. Sydney is a sassy, down-to-earth protagonist who has realistic...
How doing the dishes saved my sanity.
Agent Apple is a truly delightful tale of adventure and espionage, with a great cast, a riveting plot, and great lessons learned along the way.
Check out Izzy Show’s Codex Blair series! The third book in the series, Dark Descent, released this week!
Why I choose to not wear makeup – and why you need to stop telling me to put some on.
Annie Murphy can see the future. But can she stop the bad things she Sees from happening?
Overall Rating: Cover Rating: Effective. Aside from the words "A Collection of Stories" being too difficult to read along the bottom, I found the cover fit the content quite nicely. I will admit, I wasn't really excited to read this book. I didn't much enjoy the last...
I am going to take a turn from my usual topics about writing and publishing to talk about something really personal. I want to tell you of a very personal struggle that nearly consumed my life. This is a story about a cupcake, abuse, and years of hurt and turmoil....
I am so excited to finally be able to reveal the cover of my second novel, Follow the Music. I absolutely adore this cover, designed by me and illustrated by the incredibly talented Fariza Dzatalin. She took my vision and made it pop! I have been dying to share it...
I participated in a blog tour for Kat Mayor’s “Spirit Chaser” series. The tour is hosted by Lola’s Blog Tours.
Middle Grade Fantasy Adventure
Ama is a talented, young musician whose life is changed forever when she is kidnapped by bandits and wounded so badly that she loses her hearing. Far from home and newly deafened, Ama discovers that the music she has been learning all her life possesses hidden powers. The music may even be powerful enough to guide Ama home … if she can learn to listen without hearing.