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Free Excerpt from The Illuminiers, a fan...

Read part of a chapter from The Illuminiers on SlideShare. Fantasy Fiction Excerpt from The Illuminiers by Patricia Arnold from parnold5 About the book…This book is a good contemporary reading selection for anyone who likes mythical creatures; some invented, some from legends. There are essentially two stories in this book that combine into one. First, some background and the story of Amberly Wakeland, who moved into a haunted house and found herself caught in the web of a sinister illuminier. The second story is about Morgan Fey Burne who would rather be referred...
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Novel Debut! The Illuminiers by Patricia...

The Illuminiers by Patricia Arnold has been released today and is available in print and Kindle digital format. About the book…I had trouble selecting a genre for this book beyond Fiction/Fantasy. On one hand, this book is a good contemporary reading selection for anyone who likes mythical creatures; some invented, some from legends. In addition, anyone who likes magic may like it as well. One thing is for sure, my 12 year old daughter Lisa Arnold has tested it and approved it 100%. She also helped create some of the gray scale illustrations inside of the book....
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Give Friendship a Chance by Lisa Arnold

Polly is happy to begin school in a new town. She can’t wait to meet everyone and make some friends. Her first day gets a little rough when she meets Melissa, a girl with a chip on her shoulder. She teases her in class and yells at her. Does she really need Melissa’s friendship at all? Polly would rather be friends than enemies, but how can she convince Melissa to give friendship a chance? Written and illustrated by Lisa Arnold. 4 Oak...
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Problem with Facebook by Jessica Arnold

Problem with Facebook by Jessica Arnold In this story, Sunny hears about Facebook, a website that her friend wants her to join. Lilly makes it sound like so much fun, and Sunny doesn’t want to miss a thing! After she joins Facebook, she finds it to be not what she was expecting. Her world gets a little strange when many confusing issues arise.This is Sunny’s Facebook story, just one experience with the popular social networking website from the perspective of a young user.Written and Illustrated by Jessica Arnold, author of “Nobody Can Take My Happy...