“About Place Where Magic Lives:
Liam and Samantha’s grandparent’s farm has always been a magical place it seems. Every visit is an endless adventure filled with imaginative and creative experiences, not to mention midnight hide and seek, hillside baseball competitions, and community kick-the-can games. But nothing could prepare them for the trip they take to the magical woods of Nelliah. After a raging storm, Liam and Samantha take refuge in a barn, only to learn they have been transported into another world. With Ailill, a wise creature in possession of a powerful walking stick and magical mirror, they search the woods to find the entrance to the wormhole that will lead them to home. Their quest won’t be an easy one; even with the dragonflies, hummingbirds, and fireflies, along with an all knowing red bird as allies. They are nearly defeated by the greedy packs of wolves who want the mirror and walking stick for their own so that they may control the channel between the worlds. In the Place Where Magic Lives, Liam and Samantha’s loyalty to each other is put to the test as they journey through the woods becomes a war. Hopeful they will find the way out of Nelliah and return to the farm and be reunited with their family, these two will stop at nothing to complete their mission. Will they overcome the forces that threaten to tear both worlds apart? Or, are they destined to remain as visitors in the woods of Neliah? It’s an all-out battle of good versus evil, one not soon forgotten.
Targeted Age Group: children and young adults
Written by: Lisa Colodny
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Lisa Robin Phillips Colodny (1963 – ) was born and grew up in the rural countryside of Kentucky. She attended the University of Kentucky and Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, graduated with a Doctorate in Pharmacy from Nova Southeastern University in 1994 and later obtained an MBA in 2004. Her non fiction publishing history includes approximately 34 publications in the health and science industry and 5 book contributions (also medical). Additionally, she’s been interviewed for 15 television programs or newspaper articles and participated in over 50 healthcare related speaking events. Fiction publishing history includes a short story publication (My Name is Edith) for the Broward College newspaper and an X-files story (H2O)that appeared in a magazine entitled to the Fullest X tent in 1997.
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