Books Make Great Xmas Presents!

In some ways it feels as if the year has flown by, in other ways, it seems to have moved at snails pace. Nevertheless, here we are in December and the Christmas season is well and truly underway!

I’ll be joining Molly of MoshArts, the fabulous illustrator of The Lost Unicorn, at some markets in the lead-up to Christmas. If you love a market, drop past and say hi, we’ll be at the following venues:

Sunday 12th December – Mornington Racecourse from 8am-2pm

Saturday 18th December – Point Nepean Market from 8am-2pm

Sunday 19th December – Briars Market from 8am-2pm

I’ll be selling my newest book Mystica, as well as The Lost Unicorn, and for the grown ups; copies of the anthologies I feature in: Short Stories of Ghosts and Graves, Short Stories of Space and Science and untitled. Molly will be selling her amazing prints and original canvas artwork. Come and see us for some great market specials, hope to see you there.

Love and Light

Danielle xox

Published by daniellewrites17

I'm a mum of 4, married to the wonderful Derek. I love writing fantasy and supernatural stories for middle grade and young adult readers. I have self-published four books; The Lost Unicorn, and my Mystica trilogy for pre-teen and YA readers. Four Moons Publishing is my author and publisher sight. Please sign up to follow and keep up to date on new releases. I recently completed treatment for breast cancer which I published a blog for as a way staying in touch with family and friends about my journey, and also to possibly help share with anyone else going through something similar. I have found it quite cathartic to write about my experiences and am enjoying my first dabble into blogging :) If you would like to read more please search for Danielle's Breast Cancer Journey on WordPress or go to

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