They assemble in a place specifically designed for writers who are crazy enough to write a novel in thirty days--the Macadamia Nut Meeting Room.
In this mystical, invisible place somewhere inside their imaginations, they gather every morning to listen to literary lectures about novel writing from an ageless librarian who may or may not be real--she may be masquerading as a muse. Or not.
Mocha Latte is doing research for her new novel--a story about a librarian searching for ancient Huna wisdom--and decides she has to find a kahuna and get first-hand knowledge.
Wondering how to make that happen, she comes across an online ad offering an all-expenses-paid, month-long writing retreat on the island of Maui. It almost seems too good to be true.
Little does she know that not only has she been summoned by her muse to write a 50,000-word novel in a month, but there's another--magical--reason.
She's never been to a writing retreat quite like this and has no idea what she's really getting herself into. Between the characters--some real, some imaginary--running through the pages, she also comes across writing gods and wordie gurus, plot doctors to fix the stories that suck, and cardiac character specialists who are called in to revive characters who've died all over the writer's pages. Then she discovers the invisible library that houses imaginary books. Nothing is as it seems. Or maybe it only looks that way.
Offers a humorous look at writers writing a 50,000-word novel in thirty days, a kahuna quest, time morphing, the magic of wishes, and the reality of imagination.
ISBN: 978-1-883717-12-4; 356 pages
The print book is available at Amazon... $14.95
The ebook is available on Kindle... $4.99