A New Episode for Confessions of a Teenage Tree Sprite

I just posted a new episode for my Kindle Vella serialization of Confessions of a Teenage Tree Sprite. I’ve been thinking about writing this novel for ages, but just haven’t gotten around to it. So when I heard about Kindle Vella, I thought, why not? With the serial format, I could write and post an episode a week and eventually have a finished novel! Easy peasy.

The only problem? When I had this grand idea back in April, I had no idea when Kindle Vella would go live. How many episodes would I need to start the ball rolling? So I wrote and posted and waited for the green light. By the time the program started, I had ten episodes waiting for readers. Woo Hoo! Now I have eleven 😀

So exactly what does a teenage tree sprite have to confess? Hmm… I won’t know for sure until I finish the tale *lol* In the meantime, here’s the premise:

Nimue Woodward isn’t exactly your typical teenage girl. She’s a citizen of two worlds. Her father is mortal, but her mother is a citizen of Faery, a Sidhe Draoi to be exact. A tree sprite. Nim has been home schooled all her life, but she’s about to join the mortal world at the exclusive Mercer Island Academy in Seattle, WA. The daughter of a tree sprite attending a mortal high school… what could possibly go wrong?

In a way, this story is an offshoot of my Faery Chronicles books. Some of the characters from Faery Unexpected will eventually make an appearance in Confessions. Nim doesn’t know Claire Murray, but since both teens live in Washington State and both are also citizens of Faery, I have the feeling that an encounter is inevitable. Time (and lots more episodes!) will tell.

About Debbie

Debbie Mumford specializes in fantasy and paranormal romance. She loves mythology and is especially fond of Celtic and Native American lore. She writes about faeries, dragons, and other fantasy creatures for adults as herself, and for tweens and young adults as Deb Logan.
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