The Water Door – Book 5, the Hall of Doors series
A letter from Sammy’s long-absent father sparks feelings of anger and betrayal. How can she ever trust him again? Helping a fairy child cross an angry sea, complete with sea dragons, to negotiate peace between two warring factions, Sammy learns that forgiving and forgetting are not the same thing, and trust can be rebuilt, if both parties are willing to work at it.
Bonus story: in "The Hailstorm," Amy re-considers her negative, self-centered attitude as a storm provides an educational experience.
About Janice Clark (Lewis County, Washington Author)
Janice Clark lives in the semi-rural community of Gate, Washington (west of Rochester) where the morning fog drifting over the coastal hills could easily conceal a dragon or two. She does not currently own (or is not owned by) a cat or other non-human, but she and her brother share their partially wooded property with deer, raccoons, a few feral cats, and many smaller animals. They suspect there are more mystical creatures lurking unseen in the woods.
She writes a little bit of everything, including poetry and inspirational works, an eclectic assortment of short stories, and the Hall of Doors children’s fantasy series. She recently completed the third book in the Healer's Apprentice series, YA science fiction novels following the adventures of Teeka, a street orphan turned apprentice healer, who becomes the catalyst to bring at least a tentative peace to her warring planet.