CHANNILLO
Heir of Rot and Ruin
By Rebecca Fisher

Series Description:

The faeries have always been one of the downsides of living in Belfast, Maine. Their boredom usually results in broken car windows, stolen bikes, and the occasional missing persons reports. Yet, they've been here for as long as anyone can remember. So long as you follow The Rules, you should be safe.

But something has changed: since the Summer Solstice, infants and young children have started to go missing. Families are waking up each morning to an empty crib and a note scratched into sheets of tree bark:

"Return the Heir by Samhain, or your child will remain in Faerie forever."

Charlene Harris - or Charlie, as she prefers, is new in town. Wanting nothing to do with the fey, she is forced into action when her one-year-old half-sister is the next one taken. Now Charlie and her band of misfit friends must figure out who - or what this "heir" is and deliver them to the Queen of the faeries - before it's too late.

Category/Genre(s): Young Adult, Fantasy, Horror, Paranormal
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Rebecca Fisher:

Rebecca's imagination was captured at an early age by the Harry Potter series, and wrote her first fantasy story when she was ten years old. Her love of books and writing lead her to recieve a BA in English Literature from a small libral arts college in Ohio. Aftrwards, she studied Library and Information Science at Kent University, and has had a variety of different library jobs all centered around working with teens and young adults. Now, she can be found reading behind the counter of a local pet food store, or sitting at her desk glaring at her computer screen. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio in a charming duplex with her even more charming partner and their managerie of pets.

Find her on Twitter @rf_writing, and check out her website: rebeccafisherwrites.com

Acknowledgements:

For Tim, the love and light of my life who never tells me to "get a real job..." At least, not out loud.

 

And for Emma, for all her support and encouragment. If only one person in the world reads this book, I'm glad it's you.







Series Description:

The faeries have always been one of the downsides of living in Belfast, Maine. Their boredom usually results in broken car windows, stolen bikes, and the occasional missing persons reports. Yet, they've been here for as long as anyone can remember. So long as you follow The Rules, you should be safe.

But something has changed: since the Summer Solstice, infants and young children have started to go missing. Families are waking up each morning to an empty crib and a note scratched into sheets of tree bark:

"Return the Heir by Samhain, or your child will remain in Faerie forever."

Charlene Harris - or Charlie, as she prefers, is new in town. Wanting nothing to do with the fey, she is forced into action when her one-year-old half-sister is the next one taken. Now Charlie and her band of misfit friends must figure out who - or what this "heir" is and deliver them to the Queen of the faeries - before it's too late.

Category/Genre(s): Young Adult, Fantasy, Horror, Paranormal
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Rebecca Fisher:

Rebecca's imagination was captured at an early age by the Harry Potter series, and wrote her first fantasy story when she was ten years old. Her love of books and writing lead her to recieve a BA in English Literature from a small libral arts college in Ohio. Aftrwards, she studied Library and Information Science at Kent University, and has had a variety of different library jobs all centered around working with teens and young adults. Now, she can be found reading behind the counter of a local pet food store, or sitting at her desk glaring at her computer screen. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio in a charming duplex with her even more charming partner and their managerie of pets.

Find her on Twitter @rf_writing, and check out her website: rebeccafisherwrites.com

Acknowledgements:

For Tim, the love and light of my life who never tells me to "get a real job..." At least, not out loud.

 

And for Emma, for all her support and encouragment. If only one person in the world reads this book, I'm glad it's you.