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BUTTERFLY WALTZ is a Book Excellence Award Finalist for 2022

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Over The Edge

Mel Worthington wasn't sure what he'd find when he went over the edge into Fairyland. There, he was amazed to discover his mother was revered as a goddess known as the Diamond Queen. Mel has a rightful claim to the throne, but Riley, his fierce bodyguard, has a claim of her own. When a strange social media fad called "Flitter" enchants all the young fae, Mel and Riley must work together to save Fairy tales. And, of course, there's a talking animal sidekick.

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Too Much Magic

Coronation Day looms for Mel Worthington, surprise heir to the throne of Eldenfair, a fairy tale land located on a vast alternate world called Andrea on the Other Side of his human home.

Warned by the court wizard, Zorill, of a possible takeover attempt, Mel and his Captain of the Guard, Riley Evensong, are searching for answers when they fall through doorways of light, landing in various Andrean lands, all threatened by the Cavern-born, evil beings set on conquest.

Too Much Magic is the sequel to Over the Edge.

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Too Many Spells

Spell Checked: when a mysterious computer virus attacks the fae's cell phones, the newly crowned king of Eldenfair, Mel Worthington has to depend on a rebellious young sorceress and a Goth teen from Earth for help.

Spellbound: Spring Light, the little fairy Mel thought he'd lost over the edge to Earth, has returned as Stella, a self-styled Internet influencer. To combat Stella's evil agenda, Mel attempts a difficult spell that separates his human and magic selves, a spell that has dire consequences for everyone.

Too Many Spells is the third book in the adventures of Mel Worthington and Riley Evensong.

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The Monsters of Spiders' Rest

Flickfoot is a genetically enhanced spider living with his friends Plinks and Jellyroll in their house, Spiders' Rest, and wondering what to do now that their creator, Dr. Vil, has died. When Dr. Vil's grandson arrives to claim the house, Flickfoot has a new set of worries. Will Ty accept the spiders? More importantly, should he know about the other much larger and more dangerous monsters living in the woods?

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A Small Holiday

Carried off to another world to take part in an annual festival, Belinda Bevin must find a way home for herself and her brother, Jay. But Jay is enjoying the play and its pompous director, a round yellow blob of self-importance named Parvan, who needs to win the festival in order to win his way home.

Belinda meets Martin, a handsome young man, and helps him find his living musical reeds so that he can take part in the festival, as well, but she senses something evil lurking in this peaceful world, an evil that threatens her as well as Martin and Jay.