"An artist is a nourisher and a creator who knows that during the act of
creation there is collaboration. We do not create alone."
Colors of the World: Adventures
The Aurora Lights Festival is in full swing when a joker appears before the king and queen. However, his true, dark self is hiding in the shadows.
The Princess Abagael is replaced with a changeling that night and a priceless heirloom, the Monarchton, is stolen. Lord Fetch intends to use both to rule the Five Realms.
Queen Abariah learns that it will cost her life to prevent Fetch from fulfilling his ambition. Meantime, Abagael grows up in an orphanage. With her adopted brother, she starts to live a normal life - but what is the face, the shadow that haunts her?
Shammah, an eight-foot butterfly, explains Abagael's destiny. With full access to the space-time continuum, only she can rightfully claim the gift of controlling the Monarchton. With her regained childhood friend Gormlaith, she sets out on a fantastic quest to recover it. Can she and her companions save the Five Realms?
Guardian of the Dream Tree
The beast rising, breaking from its fiery hold, scratching and clawing, spewing its fear and poison, spells of doubt brooding a stench of nightmares. Children's eyes tearing, bedtime dreadful and dreary, awakened in cold sweats, parents are all perplexed, dark circles around their children's eyes, sullen, meek and weak, tired turns slowly to death. What will happen next?
All the nations of the Five Realms are haunted by this message. The dark sorceress, Lady Eve, and her master, the Dragon Beast-the reincarnated Lord Fetch-reign in terror, snatching children and turning them into statues. The magical Dream Tree is under threat. Can the tribes unite and turn the tide of evil? Who is the Wisdom Child and what is the Prophecy surrounding the Child?
This book sees the return of some of the favorite characters-good and bad- from the author's previous book, Colors of the World: Adventures.