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Writing Talee and the Fallen Object


One of the things that attracted me to the Talee adventure was the floating landscapes. Most stories, for me, start with a character, but this series started with the world. And then Talee came, and she brought everything to life for me, a curious character that loves exploring her world and going on adventures with her best friends Cora, her next-door neighbor, and Nola, her animal friend.

The crazy thing, for me, about the Talee adventures is that it started as a coloring book adventure, and I wrote it through images. I planned out the adventure and then wrote down the description of each image. It wasn't until after getting the rough illustrations back that I decided to write an early reader chapter book.

In the first release of Talee and the Fallen Object, the early reader chapter book, I didn't color the illustrations because I still wanted the coloring book feel, so I left the illustrations for the readers to color, but after talking to some parents, I realized it wasn't a good idea. There was no need to buy both if their child could color the illustrations in the early reader. So, for the 2nd release, I changed the cover and added full-color illustrations.

If you've read Talee and the Fallen Object, I would love to hear your feedback to see what stood out to you. And if you don't mind, I have a quick favor to ask. If you don't mind, please take a quick moment and leave a review on Amazon; that would be amazing! It's one of the best ways to help an author grow. Thank you so much for your continued support! 😊


(P.S. I'm starting a review team for my books; if you would like to be part of the team, please contact me and let's talk.)


Book Synopsis:

Meet Talee! A fun, curious little girl that goes on adventures around her planet Gala, which has two moons and landmasses that float. In her first adventure, she travels out to find out what falls from the backpack of a mail flyer. Join her on this fun adventure in this great early reader chapter book with an easy to read, engaging story for ages 6-8.


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