Fifteen-year-old Lily Claire isn’t a violent person. When she is taken from Earth to another planet known as the elfin world, she starts a war she cannot stop. She will plunge into dangerous challenges, putting her life on the line along with many others. One misstep, and things go extremely wrong. The enemies change constantly, from deadly dwarves to sorceress sisters. If only Lily could ask someone for tips on defeating the enemies. Oh, wait! No one has ever defeated these enemies before. As an innocent teenager, Lily has no place in wars. Unfortunately, she has no choice but to join in. This story is about an ongoing fight against evil and taking risks to save lives.
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Thirteen year-old Laura T. Lee self-published her 1st young adult novel at age 10 (62,000 words). She completed her trilogy by age 12. Laura’s action-packed fantasy novels inspire kids to read and write their own stories.
Young adult novels written by Laura T. Lee (Two Worlds trilogy):
2016 (age 10) – Book 1: Two Worlds – A Novel of Friends and Foes from Strange Places (62,000 words)
2017 (age 11) – Book 2: The Risen (50,000 words)
2018 (age 12) – Book 3: The Dark Trials (70,000 words) – To be published this winter.
Laura has been sharing her writing journey with kids and families through events organized by schools, public libraries, churches, community centers and local businesses (including Staples headquarters). Town newspapers and a Cable Access TV Channel interviewed her and shared her success story.
Her books are cataloged by public libraries and school media centers; and are available for purchase at Barnes and Noble store at Millbury MA (The Shoppes At Blackstone Valley), Enchanted Passage Children’s Bookstore and Enrichment Center at Sutton MA, Amazon, Barnesandnoble.com, Walmart.com, SELF-e library platform and Wattpad.com. Readers, families, educators and librarians subscribe to the blog (http://booksrfun.infomages.com/) she shares with her elder brother David T. Lee (also a teen author), and follow her on social media.