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You are entering the Imaginarium of author MICHELLE ISENHOFF, where you’ll find fantastical worlds, snarky sci-fi, and stories of long ago.

What would you do if you found a pen that wrote the future?

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Ella Wood Trilogy

As passions sweep the North and South toward war, Emily battles her father in a personal bid for freedom. But the greater fight may lie within her heart, which refuses to accept that a choice for independence must be a choice against love.

Nominated for the 2016 Cybils award.

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Divided Decade Collection

Three young girls.
Three stories of tragedy and triumph.
Connected by the same war.

Series nominated for the 2012 Michigan Great Read.
Series awarded two Readers’ Favorite 5 Star seals.

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Mountain Trilogy

Song has grown up listening to legends of the distant past, but it is his own history he seeks to uncover, particularly the events surrounding his parents’ deaths. Then he discovers an heirloom that links him to an ancient prophecy. Song must follow the path that killed his father.

Semi-finalist in the 2013 Kindle Book Review book awards.
Nominated for the 2013 Cybils award.
Awarded a Readers’ Favorite 5 Star seal.

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Taylor Davis

Angels, monsters, an enemy who cannot die…

I was chosen from among all others to complete a task I did not want. I was told I’d have help. I was told I’d be in capable hands. Then I met my guardian angel.

I am so doomed.

Finalist in the kid-judged Wishing Shelf Awards.

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The Quill Pen

If you found a pen that wrote the future, would you use it? What if the consequences spread like ripples in a pond? What if they raged out of control? What if the pen demanded tribute…in blood?

Awarded a Readers’ Favorite 5 Star seal.

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Happy Readers

The Candle Star is an incredibly engaging read. It is charged with characters’ firsthand accounts of slave auctions, a speech by legendary abolitionist Frederick Douglass, and clashing opinions on race, all of which add a sense of historical legitimacy to the text, as well as tying into current ideas and climates.

Melissa Tanaka Readers’ Favorite (The Candle Star)

This is a story I would have wanted to read at age 10, but I’m so glad I got to read it at 40!

Diane Estrella Amazon Reviewer (The Quill Pen)