CHANNILLO
Esmè
By Ashley Dunston

Series Description:

"Neverland was built upon harmony and cooperation. Though now we wondered if we could maintain that, without eternal childhood...."

 

Neverland, in the future, is no longer the utopia Wendy and her brothers once visited. Plagued by a curse and militant regime, the inhabitants are finding a new way to survive. 

 This is the story of Esmè, of Mermaid Lagoon. Her life in Neverland before the curse, her love affair with Peter, and her role in fighting against the evil that's overcome her home and her loved ones. 

Category/Genre(s): Fantasy, Romance, Mystery/Thriller
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Ashley Dunston:

Ashley Dunston is the author of the young adult novella "The Strange," as well as the author of the investigative audiodrama, "Salamander," which is in pre-production under NoCo FM.  

She has written several plays, short stories, and short novels, as well as essays such as "The Real Tragedy," a study of Ophelia in Shakespearian academia, published in the literary journal Synechdoche. 

She recieved her degree in English from Vanguard University of Southern California. 

She works as a teacher in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she lives with her husband, Kelly, and her cat, Mercutio. 







Series Description:

"Neverland was built upon harmony and cooperation. Though now we wondered if we could maintain that, without eternal childhood...."

 

Neverland, in the future, is no longer the utopia Wendy and her brothers once visited. Plagued by a curse and militant regime, the inhabitants are finding a new way to survive. 

 This is the story of Esmè, of Mermaid Lagoon. Her life in Neverland before the curse, her love affair with Peter, and her role in fighting against the evil that's overcome her home and her loved ones. 

Category/Genre(s): Fantasy, Romance, Mystery/Thriller
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Ashley Dunston:

Ashley Dunston is the author of the young adult novella "The Strange," as well as the author of the investigative audiodrama, "Salamander," which is in pre-production under NoCo FM.  

She has written several plays, short stories, and short novels, as well as essays such as "The Real Tragedy," a study of Ophelia in Shakespearian academia, published in the literary journal Synechdoche. 

She recieved her degree in English from Vanguard University of Southern California. 

She works as a teacher in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she lives with her husband, Kelly, and her cat, Mercutio.