forests of Mistwood. Rescued by an elf, Irewen awakes an exile with
no home, no country, and no people. But as the horrific memories of
murder and betrayal return, she realizes the nightmare is only beginning.
fully understands. A mysterious elven prophecy may provide her with
some answers, but continuously hunted and fighting for her life,
Irewen quickly learns that unearthing the truth will be more
difficult than she ever imagined.
against the terrifying evil now threatening to destroy the entire world?
for survival. Pushing her concerns aside, she lets the dead keep her.
handful Drulaack have returned to the Spirit World. No longer having
the protection of the dead, Irewen is forced to return to Vaelinel.
their toll. Thoughts of suicide and mistrust plague the company.
Slowly unravelling, they must conquer their personal battles before
standing against the evil threatening the land.
satisfy his hunger.
fear the worst after black smoke plumes on the horizon. Allowing
compassion to rule over reason, they ignore Finnwyn’s warning and
return to Lilendvelle, hoping to help some of the survivors stranded
in the city’s wake. Instead, they run into a trap.
dragged into the heart of the Corrupter’s lair.
at a great cost: the one named in the prophecy who is meant to unite
the elf forces and stand against the Corrupter is lost to the world –
trapped beneath the Corrupter’s talons.
gather an alliance strong enough to march against the Corrupter and
his army, but his time is running out. Each day that passes brings
Irewen closer to death.
short stories with a healthy dose of paranormal mixed in. She sits in
front of her typewriter (yes, typewriter!) every day and loses
herself in her worlds and characters in hopes that her readers will
fall in love with them as well. When she’s not clacking away, you can
find Andi dancing her butt off in the ballet studio. Rest assured,
she’s not the next Natalia Osipova, but she has a mean collection of
leotards and always finds an excuse to buy more.
habitat. She has three dogs who constantly work hard to drive her
insane, but their fluffy cuteness outweighs any insanity they can
bring. Her husband ‘Honeybee’ is wonderfully supportive of her author
life, and her son ‘P’ may or may not have claimed her typewriter as
his own on several occasions. Deadpool is her spirit animal, and her
motto is Embrace Your Crazy. We’re all unique and crazy in our own
ways, and Andi hopes others will join her by being proud of their
quirks and embracing their crazy!
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