MOTHER EARTH SERIES

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Jenni Kershaw’s ordinary, eighth grade life becomes a thing of the past when her science class goes on a field trip. Armed with only their notebooks, MP3 players, and wits, Jenni and her classmates are magically transported to another world. Follow Jenni and her class on their extraordinary adventures in their fight to find their way home and discover who — and what — they really are.

“I’m tired of the same old boy-girl tale in any genre. This one had lots of new ideas which I truly appreciated. My thanks to the author for a unique story line!” 

Jenni Kershaw just wanted a chance at a normal life. Well, maybe something a little better than normal. But perfect physical features weren’t translating into happiness for Jenni as a freshman in high school. Something was still missing. Jenni never would have guessed that something might be her old nemesis from junior high, Alisha, who shows up out of the blue, bearing a flag of truce.

Say goodbye to normal.

“It is a visit to the best places in the human spirit, where good prevails and uniqueness is celebrated. It’s a stellar trip into the world of imagination and a voyage you will never want to return from.”

 

The cunning and powerful Mogritas and his allies, like a pride of ferocious lions, maneuver and toy with the citizens of Mother, before moving in for the kill.


Scattered across not one, but two worlds, Jenni and her classmates struggle to reunite for a final battle against the centuries-old shapeshifter. Can they band together in time? Or will old frictions and new threats tear them, and their adopted world, apart?


Ruin or salvation, the answers lie in Mother’s Heart.

 

“A stunning conclusion to an amazing series!”

 

“This would be sooooo epic as a movie!”

 

“If you want a fabulous read steeped in the unusual with a cast of original characters – my favourites being the elementals – this story is perfect.”

Author note:  There are ideas about the environment and how we deal with people different from ourselves in the story, but really I just want readers to have a good time–give them some characters to root for.