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LATEST RELEASE! The Teen Reader’s Journal

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Made Amazon’s #1 Hot New Release list!

Designed with teen readers in mind, this journal is perfect for average to voracious readers. Challenge yourself to read a book a week in one year, or go at your own pace, with plenty of space for fifty-two books. Write your thoughts, questions, or revelations about the books you read. Be a literary artist and draw pictures in the doodle section. Be inspired by quotes from many great voices in literature, and keep track of all your favorites with the bonus pages in the back. For the book lover who has everything, this is the perfect addition to any library, and makes the perfect gift for a friend—or yourself.

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NOW AVAILABLE: Spirit Lake (Previously titled Feast Island) (Spirit Lake Series, #1)

Spirit_Lake_[2](1)Six teenagers from Northern California are assigned a seemingly innocent group project for  their sophomore English class. Little do they know, this project will  take them on a journey out of this world—literally. Cantelia appears much like Earth until the kids realize magic is as plentiful as the  wildlife surrounding them. What’s at stake is much more than they can  fathom, especially since they are part of an ancient prophecy.  A dark and evil ruler is enforcing a curse on the tribes people of Sikuku Island—the same place where the kids have been transported. Now, they must help the islanders break the curse if they ever want to see their own planet again. Join Alex and her companions as they learn there is so much more beyond their comfortable lives in Pollock Pines and its legendary lake, Spirit Lake.


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NOW AVAILABLE: The Wrong Fairy Tale (Spirit Lake Series, #2)

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Being a hero is not such an easy job after all.

It’s junior year, and Alex and her friends are just trying to survive high school: boring homework, detention, crushes…and a fateful journey through a portal to another planet—you know, the usual. Despite being average California teenagers, this group of six find themselves on a return trip to the strange land of Cantelia, where their Spirit Guide, Goden, has sent them. This time, they appear near the Alfaran Forest: a place, where, once again, many inhabitants claim these kids are the Chosen Ones and that they will help to find a solution for ridding the forest of a new kind of horror.

Will the teens have the courage to fight the real enemy? Or will they be forever trapped on Cantelia?

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Photo taken by a fan. Credit: Jen Wiens

 


 

Live Life: The Daydreamer’s JournalLLTDDJ

**Features Tamar Hela’s poem: Hope.** Over 150 Authors and Artists from 22 different countries have come  together for this award winning anthology of short stories and poetry,  with all of the royalties being donated to Cancer Research. Some of the  contributors include award winning authors: Rita Dove, Marv Wolfman, David Brin, Marilyn L. Taylor, Ralph Angel, Andrew Hudgins, Judith  Skillman, Stuart Dybek, and Gwyneth Jones. Within this tome are stories and poetry from all different genres, styles, and themes. Imagination  and dreams are the keys to a whole new world. Made possible thanks to: Stout optimists (The University of Wisconsin Stout Chapter of Optimists  International), The University of Wisconsin Stout Honors Program, The  University of Wisconsin Stout Psychology Club, Guardians of The Muse,  and Associate Editor Jessica Morrison.

“This is a veritable treasure  trove of the contributions our brightest and best have made for an  excellent cause. This is priceless.” –Willow World Record Holder for  “Most Artists Contributing To The Cover of An Anthology.”

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