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 participated in a blog tour for Kat Mayor’s “Spirit Chaser” series. The tour is hosted by Lola’s Blog Tours.
I recently announced the upcoming release of my second book, Follow the Music. Unlike my first book, which would be categorized as a Young Adult Paranormal Fantasy, Follow the Music is a Middle Grade Fantasy. The use of the term "Middle Grade" has raised some...
Carleigh’s younger brother is suffering from an undiagnosed mental illness that is tearing her family apart. Carleigh turns to her journal for support in this emotional and stirring novel in verse.
Gnarled Bones and Other Stories is a collection of psychological short stories by author Tam May. Each story follows a female protagonist dealing with a crisis of character.
The Spark by Sylvie Stewart is a light-hearted romantic comedy about moving past first impressions and overcoming your inner demons.
Just like in any industry, there are some snakes indie authors need to be aware of.
Being an indie author is exciting and scary. When you become your own publisher, you have all of the control. You can read that last sentence with enthusiasm or dismay. It's true both ways. While it's great to have so much control and freedom to make your book match...
Sometimes you have to sacrifice the parts of your story you love the most to craft a story you’ll love even more.
You are Dead (Sign Here Please) is a delightfully wonky comedy about a world in which heaven is run by bureaucrats who file paperwork for absolutely everything in existence.
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.