My YA Fantasy, Seam Keepers, released on May 12, 2021 (The Wild Rose Press) and is available at all major retailers!
Ashton Nichols dreads the changes graduation will bring, most of all, losing her impulsive best friend, Mason. Her world turns upside down when she follows him into the woods and encounters a demon and a destiny beyond what she ever imagined.
Mason Deed seeks freedom from his grief-stricken father. But after his encounter in the woods, he must think about Ashton’s safety. Hiding the truth from her about her identity leaves them both vulnerable and caught between good and evil.
Together they uncover the unimaginable. Will they find enough courage and strength to claim their own free will, save their families, and protect human souls?
Colors Collected, by Celaine Charles
Colors Collected is a poetry debut from Pacific Northwest writer, Celaine Charles. Gathering thirty-one poems from her online poetry series, Colors, she has also penned new pieces to complete this picturesque book. Her hope is to inspire a celebration of color in her readers, encouraging them to slow down and notice the world around.
Celaine’s poems include whimsical insights about everyday life, from the softest shades to the boldest tints, to the wonderings of a world with no color at all:
If I write these words, will they
Will children one day find
a poem about a tree,
at the vibrant color
described in a verdant forest glen?”
So far, I am #31 in Best Sellers in poetry by women! WOW – Thank you supporters! https://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/books/10159402011/ref=pd_zg_hrsr_books
Dime Show Review Anthology, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2019
Thank you to Kae Sable for including my poem, The Secret to Life (From the Back of my Mind). What an honor to be recognized among all these amazing writers and poets!
Colors (online poetry series)
Below is the link to my online poetry series, Colors, hosted by channillo.com. This is where the inspiration for my poetry chapbook, Colors Collected, arose. The series won three awards in 2018 – Best New Poetry Series, Best Continuing Series, and Best Poetry Series. All subscriber proceeds are donated to Mary’s Place (supporting children and families facing homelessness) through Channillo Charities.
https://channillo.com/series/colors/ (Colors Series on Channill.com)