Alonna Williams

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Alonna Williams is a children's book author and has been writing ever since she was a little girl. It started with a short story and soon progressed to novels. Alonna has worked on, and grew up with a Pirate series entitled, Pirates of the Withering Coast, her favorite series of all, as well as a mystery series, a Sci-Fi/Superhero series and more! When she's not writing you'll most likely find her dancing, whether it be, Tap, Ballet, Jazz or Lyrical, or watching a good classic movie or cozying up to a Disney film! ...more

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Alonna Williams to be honest, I haven't gotten writer's block yet {probably due to my unhealthily large imagination} but if I did, I would probably listen to a song t…moreto be honest, I haven't gotten writer's block yet {probably due to my unhealthily large imagination} but if I did, I would probably listen to a song to re-inspire me(less)
Alonna Williams You get to create your own worlds, your own languages and you get to hide away from reality for a while and just let your imagination do what it wants
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The Lost Prince

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A Peculiar Royal

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The Siren’s Call (Pirates o...

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Pirates: The Lost Cove

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Au Contraire

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The Last Borns (The Last Bo...

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The Skeleton Key

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A Peculiar Royal by Alonna Williams
"I love books with happy endings and fluffy backgrounds amd this was one of them! It’s a common trope but everyone does there tropes differently I guess.
We follow 17 year old Tristan, a kid living on the streets of a city called Iscarius; he’s gettin" Read more of this review »
A Peculiar Royal by Alonna Williams
"I really enjoyed this book, if you’re not a fan of simple and charming stories you’d probably want to go for something more complex, but this was a cozy children’s read that flowed nicely :) it has ups and downs, interesting characters and such a Dis" Read more of this review »
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The Lost Prince by Alonna Williams
"I love books with happy endings and fluffy backgrounds amd this was one of them! It’s a common trope but everyone does there tropes differently I guess.
We follow 17 year old Tristan, a kid living on the streets of a city called Iscarius; he’s gettin" Read more of this review »
The Lost Prince by Alonna Williams
"The Lost Prince is one of its kind. The storyline is not that extra-ordinary but the way Alonna Williams represents the whole story makes it a beautiful piece of work. I literally laughed, cried, and felt every mood the author tried to mention during" Read more of this review »
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“Fears can be a healthy thing, they give you something to conquer”
Alonna Williams, The Journal of the Redskull

“Curiouser and curiouser!”
Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

“Fears can be a healthy thing, they give you something to conquer”
Alonna Williams, The Journal of the Redskull

“Puns are the highest form of literature.”
Alfred Hitchcock

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