Winner of the Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award 2012 (fantasy) and the Canadian Christian Writing Awards 2012 (Young Adult) …. Addy Marten sets out to explore her new neighbor’s beautiful garden, and especially the rows of mysterious stone statues that she has glimpsed through her bedroom window. Instead of the enticing hideaway she has imagined, however, she finds herself trapped in the Median Realms, and an unwilling pawn in a game of Fairy Chess. She must use all her courage and wits to win the game and free herself from malicious fairy creatures and their twisted fairy-tale world. — “A misbehaving pixie named Enitua steals the limelight as the novel’s most precocious character and later becomes a key ally in guarding the human’s safety.” — Publishers Weekly Reviewer (Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards, 2010)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
T. M. Wallace lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and four children. T. M. Wallace received her Master’s degree in English Literature from Carleton University and a degree in Education from the University of Ottawa. In 2012 her book, “Under A Fairy Moon,” won the Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award for Fantasy and the Canadian Christian Writing Award for Young Adult fiction. “Under A Fairy Moon” is published by Brownridge Publishing (July 2011) in paperback and ebook formats and its sequel, “Wintergarden” was released at the end of December, 2014.
“A Twist of Oleander” is set to be released this spring and is her first adult mystery-romance.