Author Spotlight: Y. I. Lee

This week’s featured author is Y. I. Lee.

Through a Glass

Irene, a gifted young artist, always paints with a mirror strategically positioned behind her, as an aid with perspective. As she puts the finishing touches to her latest painting, and studies its reflection in the mirror. She is shocked to see an extremely tall man, half hidden by the trees staring back at her.
Irene had not placed a figure in the painting. So who was he? Where did he come from?
When she examines the canvas, there is no one there!
Puzzled and a little apprehensive, Irene turns, and refocuses on the mirror. To her astonishment, the glass appears strangely liquid. She tentatively puts her hand out to touch it, and in a split second finds herself transported into the world of her own painting.
In this strange and frightening place, Irene meets the mysterious tall man, and embarks on a journey that will test every ounce of courage and faith she possesses.

About the author:

Yvonne was born in Swindon Wiltshire, the eldest of three children.
From a young age her greatest joy was to curl up with a good book. And over time she naturally progressed into writing.
At the age of ten, she ambitiously attempted her first novel but quickly gave up. However, the seed was planted, and in the coming years in between a successful singing career she continued to put pen to paper, writing poetry and short stories.
Yvonne and her husband Keith live in the UK, in the beautiful county of Warwickshire.

Yvonne’s first fantasy novel THE SHADOWED VALLEY was published in Oct 2011.
Followed in 2012 by A RAT and A RANSOM A fantasy novel for children.
Later in 2012 THROUGH A GLASS a fantasy for Y/A was published.
GATHERING STORM, the thrilling
sequel to THROUGH A GLASS was published in Nov 2014.

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About Daelynn Quinn

I'm an author, artist, and mother to three crazy little boys. I feel at home in nature, especially amongst trees. Writing and painting are two of my intense passions, sometimes accompanied by a box of wine. And I have a Monty Python sense of humor. Albatross!
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