Geanna Culbertson adores chocolate chip cookies, watching Netflix in pajamas, and the rain. Of course, in her case, the latter is kind of hard to come by. As her dad notes, "In California, we don't have seasons, we have special effects."
She is passionate about writing books that will speak to young girls and their potential. She is a sponsor and strong proponent of Girls on the Run, Los Angeles, an organization whose vision is a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
Geanna lives for the weekend, when she'll teach martial arts at her local karate studio, pursues yummy foods, and checks out whatever's new at her fav stores like Banana Republic. She wanders, plays, disregards the clock, and gets into as many shenanigans as possible. She is deeply afraid of ice skating and singing in public. However, she forces herself to do both on occasion because she believes facing your fears can be good for you.
Geanna is the author of the Crisanta Knight series, a teen fantasy series that will culminate with the release of book eight in April of 2021. Readers describe it as "a great young adult fantasy fairy tale read that often reminds me of the television show Once Upon a Time."
So far, you can enjoy:
1. Crisanta Knight: Protagonist Bound,
2. Crisanta Knight: The Severance Game,
3. Crisanta Knight: Inherent Fate, and
4. Crisanta Knight: The Liar, the Witch and the Wormhole.
Follow Geanna at http://www.crisantaknight.com or on Twitter and Instagram @gculbert14.
After helping to rescue Princess Aislynn, Elanor has finally rejoined the rebel camp she calls home. Stolen from her parents at a young age and forced into service by the Wicked Queen, Elanor now wants nothing more than to see the queen removed from power. But Elanor has secrets, mistakes she’s spent years trying to forget, and the closer the rebels get to the throne, the harder it is for Elanor to keep her past hidden away. Booklist said of Stray, “Sussman delightfully mixes dystopian tension with retold fairy tales, and the result is something wholly original.” Includes a map.
Someone is trying to kill the boys, and a bewildering list of suspects keep them on edge and confused.
False clues mislead them until they discover a surprising name and rush to confront the real enemy—and then wish they hadn’t.