Blurb for Ellie, Everlasting:
What would you do if you discovered your favourite fairy tale was based on reality?
During the last year of high school, an unexpected tragedy tears Ellie Parker away from her family, and her girlfriend, Olivia. While the survivors struggle to cope with the trauma of losing someone so young and full of promise, Ellie finds herself wrapped up in the adventure of a lifetime… on the other side of the grave.
Neverland is real.
Peter Pan is real.
The Lost Boys and Girls are real.
But something sinister lurks in the shadows, threatening both worlds. Will Ellie and her new friends be able to save Earth and Neverland before it’s too late?
The first few sentences of the Prologue…
Hi! In November I was doing NaNoWriMo! Although I didn’t get to the 50,000 word count. I wrote 36,260 words and it’s the longest story I’ve ever written and I’m still writing!
I’m proud of that 🥰😍
I’m sooo behind! Just reached 25k today so that’s pretty good. My story’s title has been changed to ‘Ellie, Everlasting’.
My story is going surprisingly well! Word count 12,045 ! 😮
My username is Stormwolfwriters! Add me as a buddy! I’ll add you back.
Title: The Last Breath Of Reggie Warrington
By: JABrownOfficial or J.A. Brown
Genre: Mystery / Thriller / Teen Fiction
Summary: When two former best friends like the same guy, it’s drama, drama, drama for Chloe and Reggie! They both like Ethan, but there’s a problem. Reggie, a teenaged boy, strongly believes that Ethan is homosexual and that he likes him, or mainly males in general, but Chloe, worried her former friend is barking up the wrong tree, can’t see any evidence to back up his theory. As Ethan is new in town, not many people know an awful lot about him, but one thing Chloe is certain of, is that Ethan recently split up from his previous girlfriend. Or so she believes.
Rating: 💚💚💚💚 (See my Reviews Ratings post for more details)
My review of The Last Breath Of Reggie Warrington:
I love this story so far. There are so many twists and turns in The Last Breath Of Reggie Warrington. The cliffhangers at the end of the chapters made me automatically want to read more. The story was very well-written and I very much enjoyed the suspense in J.A. Brown’s writing.
The characters themselves, although not all likeable, were relatable and I felt empathy for them. I loved the way the characters interacted with each other and their various relationships.
Overall I loved The Last Breath Of Reggie Warrington and the characters, though Chloe and Lilly (Chloe’s younger sister), do have a special place in my heart ❤️ .