Hidden Worlds is a compilation between Michelle Wilson, K.D. Reid, and Lindsey S. Frantz. Each book is a collection stories by each of us. We write and put out new books when we are feeling inspired by new ideas.
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About the Authors
Michelle Wilson is a young adult author born and raised in Eastern Kentucky. She lives in small town Berea with her husband, son, and three dogs. An avid reader, Michelle enjoys both reading and writing young adult fantasy. Michelle is a dog trainer, ballerina, and lover of all things magic. Her novels Gatebreaker and Dragons & Destiny are available now.
Lindsey S. Frantz
Lindsey S. Frantz was born and raised in Appalachia and earned her MFA from Bluegrass Writers Studio at Eastern Kentucky University. She currently lives in Somerset, Kentucky with her husband, Vince, and their two young children, James and Sadie. Lindsey is a high school English teacher who loves dragons, rainbows, trees, and a good ink pen.
K.D. Reid finds inspiration in classic fantasy, both in novels and video games. On a cold or rainy day, she cozies up in a blanket with a book and warms the house by baking desserts and artisan breads. She enjoys spotlighting other local authors in The Berea Citizen, and as a mother of four, writes about her experiences in the Bluegrass Baby Expo-zine.
Praise for Ever After Again
Pick up this book. Reading it is like discovering fairytales all over again. The twists these three authors put on the old stories make them new, exciting, and unique. I procrastinated reading the last story in here because I didn’t want it to be over. I don’t even think I could pick which one was my favorite. This is a beautifully written collection that will reignite wonder within your soul.
Praise for Dragon Keeper’s Academy
Each book of this anthology was highly entertaining and, of course, was written around my favorite theme, magic! The authors, while being diverse from each other, created likable characters and believable tales. I would enjoy reading more of their works.