Michelle Eddington has learned valuable tips for coping with her adult ADHD. “For me, writing is a wonderful outlet for my creativity and melting away the stress of living with ADHD,” says Eddington. “Expressing myself through the written word is both exhilarating and therapeutic.”
Eddington’s new fantasy novel, Aleave Vs. The Black Demon is about a female warrior with a kind heart, Aleave’s tarnished past only makes her stronger and she will do anything to protect the ones she loves.
Living in Sundun, Aleave is happier than she has ever been and her feelings for William are growing each day. Just as she starts to feel comfortable with her new life, a vile enemy rises from the dark and slowly threatens the city of Sundun and her new relationship with William.
As the fight progresses, Aleave must ask for help from the friends she left behind. Mica is still in charge of the Dweller land and army; Calen finished his healing training and is now a doctor; Seth is a professional Dweller hunter; and heartbroken Resizden is slowly withdrawing from his family and friends. Will they be able to put the past behind and help Aleave, or will she face the Black Demon alone?
For mature teens and older, Aleave Vs. The Black Demon touches on:
- How women cope with working in a male dominated field
- The challenges of balancing work and personal life
- Keeping the faith and staying positive no matter the outcome
- The lengths people will go to protect the ones they love
- Embracing femininity while remaining strong
Michelle Eddington is a life long resident of South Florida and has a passion for movies, comic books and novels. As an adult living with ADHD, she finds writing calms her mind and is the perfect outlet for her creative ideas. Aleave Vs. The Black Demon is her debut novel.