Sixbooksinsixmonths by Chris Seabranch

Hi. I’m Chris Seabranch, science journalist and author of the ‘Chronicles of the Twenty-One Butterflies’ series. Writing the series is a part of my Six Books in Six Months project where my goal is to write and publish six amazing YA-pirate-fantasy novels in six months, starting January 1. 2016. It is a challenge I have given myself to show that a lot can be accomplished if you set your mind to it.

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Butterfly Islands (Chronicles of the Twenty-One Butterflies
Chris Seabranch

Casey is only fifteen years old when her stepfather tries to marry her to a perverted and brutal man twice her age. However, minutes before the wedding, Casey flees into the jungle where she is rescued from her pursuers by a mysterious woman who sets the terrified young girl on a path to becoming a pirate a path full of adventure, danger, personal struggles, and selfdiscovery.

Struggling with her own fears and desires, Casey hovers between being an innocent teenage girl confused...






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Instantly write better horror!
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Adam de Guirande owes his lord, Roger Mortimer, much more than loyalty. He owes Lord Roger for his life and all his worldly goods, he owes him for his beautiful wife – even if Kit is not quite the woman Lord Roger thinks she is. So when Lord Roger rises in rebellion against the king, Adam has no choice but to ride with him – no matter what the ultimate cost may be.
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