by Madison Louise
Expected Release: April 14, 2013
Millicent Parker, and her two brothers, have been alive for over two centuries and counting.
Ever since a storm changed their lives, a storm that gave them powers to create storm elements, Millicent and her brothers have been through every war, trend and crisis throughout history since then.
When it’s time to come out of hiding yet again, Milli sets out to what she thinks will be yet another long three years of high school, another long school year without friends, another long life without Felix.
But when Felix somehow appears at her new school after 282 years, Millicent is excited, confused, and heartbroken. Felix doesn’t want her anymore, his attention is focused on his new girlfriend.
Then, something strange happens…Millicent finds out that her and her brothers aren’t the only ones with storm powers.
Felix Walter can control thunder.
But when disaster strikes, taking everything, and everyone she’s ever loved and cared about. Will Millicent fight back? Or will she give into the people who took everything from her?
A storm. I felt it all through me, I glanced at Michael, he twitched, he felt it too. Matthew was clutching the table, and trying to answer Molly’s latest question. When a storm came, it was hard to ignore it. We just wanted to join in too.
Michael groaned, and pushed his plate away. Matthew was clutching the table so hard, his knuckles had turned white. I closed my eyes, and tried to breathe. My whole body tingled, and was telling me to run outside, and release my lightning.
About the Author
Madison is a teen homeschool writer, writing away the stresses of life.
She lives in Ohio, with her parents and her younger sister. She also loves to dance, (she’s a whiz at Just Dance) and reads as many books as she has time for. The songs she listens to be inspiration are from Disney Channel’s Camp Rockand Highschool Musical. Her computer is full of unfinished books.
Her debut novel, Shadow Future, is about a girl who tries to find herself, and tries to get through life, as it throws it’s worst at her—paranormal style.
You could win a bookmark or ecopy of the book.