The Word Changers

A place where words can change an entire world …




Escaping from the turmoil of her home, fifteen-year-old Posy finds herself at her usual haunt … the library. When she chooses an unfamiliar book from the shelf, she does not devour its words as she usually does…

Its words devour her.

Posy is pulled into the pages of a fairy tale in turmoil. Characters whisper of rebellion against their Plot. And Posy must find a lost princess whose role in the story is crucial, before her own role in the book comes to a horrible end.

With the haughty Prince Kyran as a reluctant companion, Posy ventures past the Borders of the Plot, into the depths of the treacherous Wild Land forest that lie beyond. Secrets are buried there, dangerous and deadly.

Yet the darkest secret of all is the one Posy carries within herself.

Soon it’s clear that finding the lost princess is the least of Posy’s concerns. The Author of the book must be found. His Plot must be put to rights again, his characters reminded of who they were first created to be. Only then will the True Story be written, both for Posy, and for the tale she has now become a part of.


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  1. I just finished your book and absolutely LOVED It!!! It was so beautifully written and I loved the characters! I understand why Posy had to go back but never the the less it broke my heart. I just have to hold to the princess’s words that they will meet again. I did not want to put the book down! I love that you had the characters realized they have a choice. It was cool that they fought against the plot. I sometimes feel stuck in between the pages but I loved that Posy actually was. I loved the message of forgiveness no matter how extreme you were wronged. I loved your book and am looking forward to reading A wish made of Glass! Beautiful story!

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