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Someone asked me, why should I read "Trefoil". That is a very good question, with all the books in the era of self publishing, why would you choose to read my book.
I guess you could say I have the personality of a fourteen year old video gaming, fantasy fiction reading, math loving nerd girl. I got my glasses when I was nine, had an Atari growing up, and loved reading. I grew up in West Texas, in the country, five miles from a town with only four thousand people in it. I have one brother but a lot of cousins, and we grew up together. I'm the oldest, and therefore the bossiest, so I used to make up games and adventures for us. That's really were I got my start with creating imaginary worlds.
The adventure always called to me, so I moved around a lot as an adult, seeing lots of different parts of the US. I think I was looking for the inspiration for those imaginary worlds, or the imaginary worlds themselves. I finally ended up in Southern California, with a fantastic job in a library. That's when I started throwing book ideas around, it all started making sense, I needed to write.
I think I always wanted to write, I just couldn't find out where I was supposed to be, what genre. I think that the young adult fantasy genre is where I'll probably write most of my books. That is where the Atari loving 14 year old nerd girl belongs.
Fairies and magic spells all in one. There are quite a few typos, but not enough to put the book down.Published 13 months ago by Sara
I loved this book. It was one of those books that you can't put down, that you had to keep reading because you needed to know what was going to happen next.Published 15 months ago by Deborah Rosentrater
I cannot wait to read the next book and the third as well! seriously beyond amazing, great writing style, awesome storyline :)Published 18 months ago by April
Overall, I enjoyed the story, though it appears that there's a lot of foundation being built for Book 2. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
When I downloaded this I thought it was going to be one of those lame free stories. But it was surprisingly good and kept my interest. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Morgan Wright
This book was a fun book to read with it's use of the passage for one demons ion to another.Published 19 months ago by Joel Smith
I absolutely love this book. It drew me in, kept me interested, and really made me want to read book #2. After doing some research though, I won't be buying book number two. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ashley George
Somewhere in the summary of the book. Or even in the title it should say first book in the trefoil series. Overall I thought it was a good book. It's an enjoyable read. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by lilbugthing
A little slow starting but not bad overall. The occasional grammatical error was my stumbling block for enjoying it morePublished on May 13, 2013 by Failtelorn