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Reflections on the End of The Neverland Wars

They never tell you how hard it is to look back on an event like a book, because they never mention how many different starts it has. If I’m going to start getting nostalgic, where do I even start? The late November night when seventeen-year-old Audrey started sketching out the bones of a girl named… Continue reading Reflections on the End of The Neverland Wars

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The Covers of The Neverland Wars Trilogy

As release day hovers like a fog over this month (I think the official release was yesterday, although readers started getting copies of the book like three weeks ago?) I thought I’d dust off this old blog and do a few posts about this final chapter in the Neverland Wars saga. I use the term… Continue reading The Covers of The Neverland Wars Trilogy

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The Neverland Wars 3: The Grown-Ups’ Crusade

Gwen has returned to Neverland with Peter Pan and the lost children, but this time, the adults are following close behind. The Anomalous Activity Department has plans to finally conquer Neverland by bringing the final battle to the vulnerable island. The children will have to rally fairies, mermaids, and allies from other magical realms to… Continue reading The Neverland Wars 3: The Grown-Ups’ Crusade

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11/11: Cover Reveal on the Anniversary of Neil Gaiman’s hug

Being a good tomato scout, I always observe 11/11 as a very magical day. If there’s one thing that being in Jason Webley’s Army of Lunatics has taught me, it is that 11 11, (in any of its incarnations on clocks, calendars, or highways) carries a special and sort of enchanting power with it. There’s… Continue reading 11/11: Cover Reveal on the Anniversary of Neil Gaiman’s hug