About the Author

Day dreaming of Fairy Dell in Green Isle where it is warmer than the snow of our Mountains.

Constance Wallace is a Professor of History at Lander University. She writes in her spare time when she is not researching letter collections.  Her horror story, “Vengeance” and a poem “The Death of Me” won a literary award from Young Harris College in Georgia. She has collaborated on a romance/mystery book called “Small Town America” (chapter 12) published by Chainbooks Publishing.

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Her series Legends of Green Isle is a fantasy fiction series for young adults. Book one, “The Forgotten Spell,” won a children’s literary award in the YA Fantasy division. Book two, “The Mirror Sliver” will be released Fall 2017.

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Six books span three generations of a family, whose lives become interwoven within the saga of Green Isle, a hidden parallel world and the magical creatures that escaped from Earth long ago. Join the adventure with Matt, Miranda, Ned and Thomas, as they fulfill their destiny foretold by the wizard, Keltrain, as the group of friends seek to stop an evil warlock before he escapes his mirror prison and destroys all the magic of Green Isle.

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