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Alexandra Welch

I read, write, and sometimes bring the words of others to life on stage or screen.
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A girl seeks answers to the mystery behind her father’s drowning and mother’s disappearance with the help of her friends and an unusual feline guardian as strange happenings threaten their small town.
The line between fantasy and reality blurs for the young men and women in these nine tales of wicked fun and dark thrills: Alpha, The Game, Resting Witch Face, The Fangover, Queen B, White Knight, Trigger, That Time of the Month, and Omega.
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Fast paced, but mysterious. Elle Welch (no relation) moves the story forward without giving away too many secrets, and it's kept me reading and made me lose track of time. Can't wait to continue reading!
A sixteen year old girl goes away to camp and gets kidnapped along with other teens on a remote island where they have to fight to survive.
Clean, crisp writing that puts you right in the middle of the action, which drives a unique story.
A soldier who has lost his faith must prevent an evil god’s return without becoming the pawn of a sentient sword that would use him to commit genocide. If he fails, the witch he loves will sacrifice herself to save his soul and countless innocents.
With a premise this unique, I have no idea what to expect and I'm curious to delve into the mystery behind The House That Fell From the Sky.
When a mysterious mansion appears overnight in the heart of an impoverished city, three friends must face their fears when one of their own risks her life to find out if the house is for real, or merely an illusion.
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