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Prince S. Avalon Hall was born a girl, but because her father is threatened by an ambitious council and he needs an heir to the throne of Fontanasia, she is raised secretly as a boy. When she turns fourteen, she becomes of age to inherit the throne, and Avalon is sent on a journey to see the land where her people originated from. While she is gone, she learns that her fath ...more
Kindle Edition, 15 pages
Published March 22nd 2011 by Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award
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Born in Chicago in 1971 to a carpenter and housewife, Anita loved writing at a young age. Growing up in a Chicago suburb with her five siblings was a loud and adventurous time, and Anita was often found at the library reading her new favorite, or writing a poem or short story. Her high school English teacher presented the challenge of writing a novel, and that opened a door that would never close. ...more

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