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Jennifer Redmile grew up on the beautiful northern beaches of Sydney NSW, and now lives in Geraldton WA with her husband and two gorgeous puppy dogs. She has always been an avid fantasy fiction reader, and always worked with children, so when she decided to write a novel, it was a natural progression to combine the two and make it a children’s novel.
The Children of When follows the adventures of three children raised in separate “foster-homes” who are magically transported to another world on their fourteenth birthday. On arrival in this new world, they discover they are part of a 1000 year old prophecy. In order to fulfil the prophecy and survive, they must find and reunite three missing pieces of an ancient amulet and learn to control and use their unique Gifts, all while being pursued by those who would prefer the amulet remain missing.
out!” Leah screamed, as she raced towards her. Belle looked around her
wildly, but she was looking everywhere but down.
Raff pulled his knife from his belt as he ran towards her, watching in horror
as the long slimy tentacle wrapped itself around her ankle. He reached her just
as she toppled backwards, screaming as she was dragged towards the water. He
dived forward, and severed the slimy appendage, pushing Belle back away from
flailing tentacle. Raff groaned as the centre of the pool began to bubble and
froth. Of course
the slimy appendage was attached to something much bigger! The water surged upwards, and a hideous
creature rose from its depths, a high-pitched keening sound spewing from its
voluminous mouth. Countless more snake-like tentacles lifted out of the water
around it, waving madly in the air, before lashing out towards where the
children huddled in terror. Within seconds,
the tentacles had found their target, latching onto an arm or a leg, intent on
dragging their helpless victims towards the water, and certain death.
suddenly he knew what he needed to do. He closed his eyes, and concentrated on
building the perfect weapon, shaping and moulding it in his mind. His eyes flew
open, and he looked directly into the creature’s single eye, floating above its
gaping mouth. He threw his arm forward, feeling the familiar jolt as the
fireball hurtled towards the hideous creature. The ball of flame hit the
monster’s slimy flesh and exploded. The keening noise grew louder, and then spluttered
into silence, as the flames engulfed it.
unlimited resources, what would be your ideal writing environment?
thought about this to be honest. I guess I’d have to say I’d like a beachside
acreage, with my own little ‘writer’s retreat’ overlooking the ocean and
separate from the house. *Sigh* Maybe one day…
you actually write?
that. Up until recently I had my own office in the house, and then my 23yo son
moved back in, so my office is now in my bedroom. I even made hubby change
sides of the bed so he has ‘his side of the room’ and I have mine, complete
with desk, laptop, and stick-its all over the wall. My 2 dogs, who have always
had beds under my desk, are over the moon because now they have a choice of
being under the desk or on the bed and still be near me at all times.
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