My Awesome YA Books





This is my Newly released YA Dystopian Novel.
  • The Unsame Ones, is a riveting story of an ordinary January whose Same life takes an extraordinary turn, when something different throws her off of her Same track, and propels her into the forbidden realm of Unsame. Where once her life revolved only around the clock, and listening to only its sound, she starts to hear something different, something real, something powerful, and spell-binding that ignites a fierce desire to overcome the pull of Same, to know the truth, and to discover the vibrant power of music, even at the deadly cost of being infected with the Unsame virus, and losing her place in the world of SAME FOREVER.
  • The Unsame Ones is a gripping story that will appeal 7th to 12th graders, music enthusiast, kids, and individuals who have trouble fitting into the "in" crowd.

              Watch the Book Trailer


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Apple
Audio book version available on
itunes
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                                              Also available is my Epic Young Adult Fantasy Series!


Rise of the Fallen, Book One
 You can get the first copy in my fantasy series free on Apple, Smashwords, kobo, and nook!
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/87375 
Kobo
Barnes and Noble
Apple
Available on Amazon

This is the trailer for the second book. But I think it could apply to the entire. 






What if you could plant a seed, and make it grow in an
instant?

This story is about just such a person, a boy named Andrew who could do just that---plant seeds and watch them grow like magic.

This account begins like any other---on the first page, just like any
respectable narrative should.
Things go pretty swell for Andrew, that is, until soldiers overrun his town and make him a slave to work in the mines of Nookpot.
That's where this story really begins. In a dark sooty place, underneath the ground, where Andrew discovers his green thumb has turned black as the coal he shovels.
I know I should probably tell you more---but I think I've covered all the basics. There's that bit about Andrew turning a dandelion, the size of a tree, into a dead stick. That was pretty rude. And then there's the bit about me finding Ivory, or Carrots as I like to call her, and me saving Monday's life. And I should mention the part about me crossing the bridge over which the dragon fireflies live---that was particularly scary, seeing how my whiskers could've ignited and burnt me alive.
No need to mention the sword, Orion, The Fallen or the Barnacles, or the Foglocker, or the Rockpoppers, or any of those things.
If you want to know any more about them, you will have to find out the hard way, by reading.
And by hard, I mean, hard.
Twiskers are excellent at writing in scribbly. And if you can decipher my scribbly,
your talents are great.

Your humble servant,
Gogindy,
Twisker of the Dandelion Den



Book Two
The Canvas War


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 Back Cover Blurb

 Speaking the Truth has a Price!

Hello there.
This is Gogindy again.
I knew it, you're excited to read about me as I am to write about me! Chuckles. I'm glad.
I guess I should mention, that besides this story being about ME, this book also contains the further chronicles of Andrew and his friends in which there is twice as much happening as in the first book. "What kinds things?" You ask. Well, there’s a nasty evil wind, and a Ragweed that is very ugly, mean, and altogether
horrible. There's lies, heaps of lies in his book, swarms of them swirling round and round, congesting Danspire's air so much so that it blocks out the sun. In such a city, Andrew soon finds out that speaking the truth has a price. Then there's a terrible battle, and we all die.
The end.
What a pretty little story. Ha. Snickers.
Well, some of us die, I think.
You better read on just to be sure I got the details right. So go ahead, crack open this book. I'm sure you will find
something interesting, and if you don't, you can always skip the boring parts and read about me, because I'm always interesting.
And that's the truth.
Your humble servant,
Gogindy,
Twisker of the Dandelion Den



Book Three: The Shade's Trees
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Available on Smashwords

 
Back cover Blurb

Speaking the Truth has a Price!

Hello there.
This is Gogindy again.
I knew it, you're excited to read about me as I am to write about me! Chuckles. I'm glad.
I guess I should mention, that besides this story being about ME, this book also contains the further chronicles of Andrew and his friends in which there is twice as much happening as in the first book. "What kinds things?" You ask. Well, there’s a nasty evil wind, and a Ragweed that is very ugly, mean, and altogether
horrible. There's lies, heaps of lies in his book, swarms of them swirling round and round, congesting Danspire's air so much so that it blocks out the sun. In such a city, Andrew soon finds out that speaking the truth has a price. Then there's a terrible battle, and we all die.
The end.
What a pretty little story. Ha. Snickers.
Well, some of us die, I think.
You better read on just to be sure I got the details right. So go ahead, crack open this book. I'm sure you will find
something interesting, and if you don't, you can always skip the boring parts and read about me, because I'm always interesting.
And that's the truth.
Your humble servant,
Gogindy,
Twisker of the Dandelion Den 



Book Four: The Last Summoning
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Available on Apple

Back Cover Blurb

The End has Come.
The Drought has been released. The shadows double. The nights are darker. The days shorter. The last battle of light and darkness, of fire and ice has come.
Hold fast to your torch please, and do not let it go out. This book is the darkest tale yet. The last of the last. The end of the end. The sum total of our journeys together. Would that this darkness had never gotten hold---that it had never found a home in the hearts of men. But it is here, lingering like a disease or a virus overpowering the weak, consuming the light that once was, but now will never be.
Darkness, oh the woeful word. How it lingers and clutches. And I, a lowly Twisker, now have a part to play in this grand story. I must ring an ancient, powerful bell, one that will reawaken a world, to give hope to the hopeless. And me the most hopeless of all. How cunning fate is. How just to bad creatures who deserve much worse. Please, do not forget all that I have written. I do not want to be forgotten, nor those whom I write bout. I fear I will not come back from this journey alive. But after the awful things I have done, I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Yours very humbly, and sincerely,
For the last time,
Gogindy,
Twisker of the Dandelion Den



And My Children's Middle Grade Book:
Flotsam
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Back Cover Blurb

Amy was cursed. There was no doubt about it. It happened the day her mother left her in an old Lost and Found box when she was only three. That day, she believed, was the day that she had been cursed with the uncanny ability to locate lost items, people and things, but never to be able to find things she had lost herself. Tossed around from home to home, because no one wants her around, Amy is placed under the care of an old German man named, Mr. Heckler. There Amy finds, a lost baby deer, a home, and a chance of a new life. Given a list of lost items to locate, Amy sets out to prove her abilities, only to find herself a pawn of power, in a very dangerous game of seek and find, where desperate individuals will stop at nothing until she has found every secret, and dug up every treasure the town has. FLOTSAM is a children's adventure story that tells of forgiveness, and hope, of shipwrecked lives, and of those amazing coastguards of life who take the time to find us when we are lost.


Flotsam that will appeal to Middle Grade readers who are just discovering the joy of chapter books.

















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