My name is Jill. I’m a daydreaming, chocolate loving, creator of kingdoms. I write weird books for teens that shine light in the darkness. I also reach fifth grade. Fantasy is my favorite genre. I’m a Whovian, a Photoshop addict, and a recovering fashion design assistant, who was raised in Alaska.
Welcome to the adventure.
Magic Hunters: The Journey Begins is now available!
THE WAIT IS OVER!
Enter the Story Realms today and join Hunter and Izzy on an epic quest.
Hunter, the son of the huntsman who nearly killed Snow White, is tired of the shame that labels his family. In desperation, he makes a wish upon a magic mirror, accidentally unleashing a curse that eradicates magic from the Story Realms. In order to right the
Hunter, the son of the huntsman who nearly killed Snow White, is tired of the shame that labels his family. Tricked into making a wish upon a magic mirror, he accidentally unleashes a curse that banishes magic from the Story Realms.
In order to right this wrong, Hunter sets out to find a wizard who might be able to help. Along the way he meets Izzy, a girl with no memory. Together, the pair embark upon an epic quest to restore the magic—and memories—that have been lost. Do Hunter and Izzy have what it takes to bring magic back to the Story Realms? Or is magic is lost forever?
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he audiobook for By Darkness Hid was selected for a Chirp deal. This is a great place to purchase discounted audiobooks. The sale is good through July 8, 2020. Click here or on the image below to view the deal.
The book is out! Magic Hunters: The Journey Begins is now available in ebook, paperback, and hardcover. It’s also available in Kindle Unlimited, for those of you who are subscribers. This means the ebook is not currently available for on Nook, Kobo, or iBooks. Part of the reason for that is because Magic Hunters is still part of the Kindle Vella…
Magic Hunters has a map! Thanks to my daughter, Kaitlyn, for drawing the castles and the elephant graveyard. This is my first middle grade fantasy, and I can’t wait to share it with my fifth grade students this fall. What do you think of the map? What part most interests you?