By Ariella Moon Recently, I was interviewed on Colliding Worlds Radio with two children’s authors, Rose King and Ruthie Darling. The topic, books and the importance of reading to children, is dear to my heart. The discussion reminded me of my own childhood, when novels like The Chronicles of Narnia sent me on grand adventures,… Read More
Ariella Moon draws upon her experiences as a shaman and former teen to create magical Young Adult fiction. Her Two Realms Trilogy is a medieval fantasy adventure series. The Teen Wytche Saga is a series of sweet contemporary paranormal romances.
Ariella spent her childhood searching for a magical wardrobe that would transport her to Narnia. Extreme math anxiety and taller students that mistook her for a leaning post marred her youth. Despite these horrors, she graduated summa cum laude from the University of California at Davis. She lives a nearly normal life doting on her extraordinary daughter, two shamelessly spoiled dogs, and a media-shy dragon.
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I confess. When I began writing the Teen Wytche Saga, my series of Young Adult sweet romances, my research consisted largely of eavesdropping on my daughter and her friends while I drove them to school. But as Brilliant Beautiful Daughter grew up, my novels and my inquiries became more complex. For example, researching SPELL FOR… Read More
By Ariella Moon Spring has arrived in Southern California. Blooming orange and grapefruit trees, still heavy with fruit, perfume the air. “Snowbirds” from the Midwest and Canada crowd local swimming pools and grocery store parking lots. And a tiny mother hummingbird has returned to nest in my patio. Mama Ava hummingbird (I’m a writer, and… Read More
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2019: New Year, New Resolutions by Traci Douglass
First off, Happy 2019 everyone! 365 days of blank pages for us to fill with whatever we choose. Honestly, I’ve never been much of a resolutions person and that task seems rather daunting, at least to me. So, last year I decided to do something a little different. Instead of making resolutions, which I wouldn’t… Read More