Medina Milford is bored. At first she was the good kid but now she is fed up of being alone without a mother or father in the world and is turning in to the school prankster. She’s pretty, popular and she rules her school. She’s not a high school mean girl, but she’s respected.Now things are going to get even more exciting and maybe even scary for Medina, when Eric, a handsome and cheeky seventeen year old, joins Gwendolyn Academy and strange things begin to happen. She meets the dangerous and beautiful twins Isadora and Rosina, the intelligent but wild Olivia, Benjamin dark and jealous and Eric, Mysterious.As a group of new arrivals join her in the halls she becomes suspicious of their behavior. What do all of them have in common? What secrets are they hiding and what happens at Midnight? As she gets to know them better, Medina finds she is at the centre of a world she never knew existed. It unleashes a side to her that she will have to learn to control if she wants to find her happily ever after by midnight.The Supernatural Forces are about to get stronger with Medina around and thus begins a battle between the supernatural beings and a monster that threatens the welfare of everyone.Magic, mystery, romance and supernatural creatures.
“I have always had this dream where I’m with my beautiful mother and handsome father in a forest. The moon is blue and high and not a single could is in sight.”
Writing: October 2010 to Present Occupation: Writer, reader, Anime Otaku & movie addict.
I’m Salima Korri and I was born on April 5th 1997. I live in London, United Kingdom and I enjoy studying English and History. I hope to become one day, a recognized author, an archaeologist or even a historian. I’m working by day, writing by evening and imagining by night. I love reading and always try to find a bargain for my favourite historical fiction and fantasy books.
I like reviewing books, reading them and writing them. Did I mention the part where I’m a Movie and Anime addict too? No, then run away before I bombard you with my stories.
I was first inspired by Mary Kosky’s painting of the girl and the fairy ‘Just add water’. That’s where my imagination truly began.