I’m happy to introduce a new writer friend this week, K.D. Williams. K.D. published her first YA novel last May and is offering a copy as a giveaway. Comment on this post by Tuesday May 3 for a chance to win!
Join the conversation. Are there any middle schoolers in your life who could benefit from K.D.’s book? Do you agree that kids today desperately need to hear the message of God’s love and acceptance? What questions or comments do you have for K.D.?
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The Mysteries of Woodland Academy by K.D. Williams
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Natalie Evergreen’s best friend, Samantha Harper, is moving away to attend Woodland Academy, a prestigious private preparatory school in Virginia, far away from Memphis, TN. Natalie is unwilling to break up their friendship, so she agrees to attend Woodland Academy with her, where they encounter supernatural occurrences.
Although, Natalie is smitten by the school’s enchantments, splendor, and wonders, Natalie is determined to understand these mysteries with Sam. Natalie learns there’s more to Woodland Academy than meets the eye.
Natalie quickly rises to fame when she is elected to participate in the school’s annual games. Things take an unexpected turn when unbelieving Natalie converts to Christianity. However, she finds it a struggle to share her newfound faith with her devout atheist parents, who want nothing to do with God.
Can Natalie get her parents to accept her faith before their fate takes a turn for the worst? Natalie knows every decision she makes is crucial, but one thing is certain, her life will never be the same again.
Find out what awaits Natalie in this coming-of-age story of a young girl who learns faith doesn’t come without a price.
K. D. Williams is a Christian author and licensed Missionary who lives in Mississippi with her family. The Mysteries of Woodland Academy is her young adult debut. K.D. Williams earned a BS in History at Mississippi Valley State University and a Master’s in Education specializing in Child Development at Ashford University. Although, her teaching career was short-lived because of health reasons. Education will always be a big part of her life. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and writing and spending time with her grandchildren.
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