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Ghost of a Shadow

Book One of the Sadie Myers Chronicles (Volume 1)

Is this The End of Sadie Myers? Ever since tragedy struck her family one year ago, Sadie’s life has become a dark brew of unearthly visions and vivid dreams in which a mysterious shadow man follows her every move. Are all these bizarre happenings real or figments of this fifteen-year-old’s troubled mind? When she’s pulled into a world so different from her own, everything she thinks she knows is turned upside down. Will she find…

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The Window Seat

Where Does Your Magic Live?

Welcome to all who venture here. We two sisters published our first book in a series unearthed from dreams and realities, challenges, and inspiration from unlikely spots on the map. We are Andrea and Leslie. There we said it. We hope you will check it out, subscribe, and best of all… leave comments to start or continue meaningful conversations. Our dark fantasy series works together with our overall mission of striving for peace and empowerment. […]

… and we’re off!

The Beginning – Excerpt from Chapter One: Earth, Spin: Check “Run, Sadie! Run!” Gramma Rose yelled. Where’s her voice coming from? “I’m running as fast as I can!” I screamed, but the wind swallowed my words. I looked down at my feet; they disappeared into darkness. Terrorized by the lightning storm overhead, I jumped every time an earth-shaking boom of thunder followed a jagged strike. With the tempest so close, I feared being struck by […]

Meet the Authors

Andrea and Leslie

Andrea and Leslie are two sisters collaborating on writing through obstacles and illness. It is an entirely new way to know each other while working on their mission of Peace and Empowerment. Andrea earned a culinary degree and worked as a chef and general manager for many years. She now focuses on her passion for writing. She writes short stories and continues to work on additional collaborative writing projects. Leslie earned degrees in Literature and Education. She taught elementary school as well as writing and technology to teachers. A successful grant writer, she later evaluated incoming grants for the Bill…

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