The Legend of Harper and Reversing Worlds by J.T. Brown
Do you like stories that are fun to read?
How about stories that keep you on the edge of your seat?
Do you like stories with interesting characters and new twists and turns on every page?
What about a book that once you pick it up you can't put it down?
Well, this is the book for you. It is a wonderful children's story about a young girl named Harper. She becomes the sole owner and savior of the land under the sea. She has to fight off strange forces and makes some really awesome friends along the way.
Please check this awesome little story about Harper, Oliver, and the Reversing Falls! You will enjoy it! I know I did!
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Tide's Ghost of the Reversing Worlds,Trilogy Two, Part 1
Another Awesome Adventure
Mrs. Brown does it again.
She continues her story about Harper and the Reversing Falls in Tide's Ghost. Only now, Harper has to worry not only about saving her lands and herself but she has two school mates that snuck in to the magical world that belongs to Harper. They were just looking for an excuse to make fun of Harper and her strangeness. Now all they want to do is make it back home before super time and where things make more sense to them.
As the second book in the series it is a terrific read and can be read on its own but should really be read after the first book is done.
As the editor of both books I am proud to have my name attached to books! Enjoy! I know I did!
And Look for the Third book to come out this spring 2013!
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BiographyJ.T. Brown was born and raised in Downeast, Maine, growing up in a family of fisherman and loggers. Many of her stories are inspired from the ocean which, she had created in her mind as a child. One particular land mark in Pembroke, Maine called the Reversing Falls, which is a unique natural phenomenon that is pulled by many currents that creates a churning whirlpool took her full interest.
J.T. Brown remembers the many trips that she took over the "Reversing Falls," on her father's fishing vessel, and remembers being full of fear of the currents engulfing them onto the bottom of the Falls. She used to look at the fierce cover of the sea's current in wonders what was on the bottom of the whirlpools. She created a story in her mind and thought about her thoughts often.
She put her thoughts on the back burner, as she grew into her life as a wife, a mother, and a business owner. She continued writing many stories in her own trade of comfort. A day on the ocean reminded her of the love for her ocean's tales. The story about Reversing Falls pulled its way back in her mind. She went home and started writing the first of the Trilogy "Reversing Worlds."
She chose not to tell a soul what she was working on, not even her husband that couldn't figure out the late nights of typing on the computer. Where as, she knew that the ones closest to her knew that she suffered with dyslexia, and what she thought would be a laughing matter, turned out as shocked of her many imaginable sense of the ocean.
J.T knew that writing this book would prove to herself that she could share her stories, even if it did take a bit longer to do. Her loved ones was stunned to learn that she published her story. J.T looked at it in a way of self discovery, in hopes to encourage many others to stride towards their dreams. J.T didn't stop there, she continued on with the Trilogy series in hopes to finish the Trilogy in 2013.
J.T's love for equines traveled along with her life as she continued sharing her love for horses with her daughter. When her daughter was a little girl, J.T faced a tough loss within her barn family, her mare from childhood, she called "Gypsy" had passed on though old age. Devastated she put her pain into creating a children's book called "Gypsy's Meadow." She put it away in plans on never reading it again. Her daughter found herself in the same pain in loosing her equine friend "Bambi."
J.T was familiar with the pain that her daughter was going through and shared the story with her in hopes that it would help with her grieving process. Shortly after, they visited a local equine shelter "First Light Farm Equine Shelter." Listening to the horses stories reminded them both of their horses. J.T's daughter suggested for them to finish the book and donate the proceeds to the shelter so that the shelter was able to help more horses find rightful homes. J.T jumped on the board, knowing that her daughter's heart was in the right place, and had comfort knowing that their story would help many other horses fighting for life.
They finished the Children's story in February of 2012, as they are sharing the proceeds with the farm in hopes that some day the proceeds will grow enough to reach out to other shelters. "Maybe someday the book will bring peace to the horse's that face killpens." J.T shares.
In the mean time J.T. Brown is in hopes of publishing "Trilogy Two, Part II" of the Reversing Worlds Series by the Summer of 2012.
She carries on a blog of short stories and updates on http://www.authorjtbrown.blogspot.com/