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Happy Friday, all! Hope the week has treated you well. As you know, Friday’s are the day of the week I’ve chosen to spotlight new(er) indie authors. Today I’d like to introduce Kellie Steele. All of her links are included so please click away and follow should you so choose, and as always, feel free to share!
Arella is an outcast in her tribe, white skinned and silver haired, bright purple eyes and a strong will, while the others are dark skinned and passive. She longs to be free of the chains of society, but does not realize the dangers of this. Arella will soon come to find that the real world is not so easy to live with… When she starts finding animals in the forest poisoned by arrows, she knows she must do something, but what? Will she find who is doing it? And will she be able to stop them without losing her own life…?
Reviews of ‘White Ghost and the Poison Arrow’
“White Ghost and the Poison Arrow” is an adventurous and imaginative read that allows one to skip television altogether! 6 Jan. 2016
By Valerie Ann Bruce – Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Perhaps you know what it’s like to be the scapegoat, or the one people blame because things go wrong. Maybe you know what it’s like to fend for yourself because nobody cares enough to do all that much for you. Well, Arella knows full well what you’ve been through. Where she comes from, “The men will not let her join them because she is a girl, and the women will not let her join them because she is different.” At the cusp of maturity this hero is entrusted with an unusual gift. All the while, “invisible hands” guide Arella on a path to right some wrongs. This story is poetic, imaginative, and worthy to replace your television viewing. You will be carried away by this tale with a tribal twist, especially if you love all things nature. It’s pretty important to bring along your imagination, as a compliment to Kellie Stelle’s wonderful talent for bringing settings alive. I read this on a cold winter day, and the main character (Arella) had a spirit that warmed my heart.