Praise for devlin’s door

"Ever read a book where suddenly you feel you're inside a character's skin? Well, this is one where that happened to me! I enjoyed the book very much, and because of its ending was left with my mouth literally hanging open."

- J. Fiest, Amazon

"Devlin's Door is a thrilling novel that you will not want to put down and what an ending!! I recommend this novel to all ages that love a good Fae story and I can not wait for the next in the series!!"

- Whiendy Parry, Amazon

“Whole In The Clouds”

An unhappy orphan, Cora Catlin is a misfit at best, an outcast at worst. She feels out of place in her life, as if everything is backwards and part of her is missing. But her long, tormented hours in hum-drum Harborville take a decidedly upward turn when she encounters an elfin stranger who takes her to a mystical world that awaits her atop the clouds. Complete with trees that sprout children, shy unicorns, elves who move at dizzying speeds, inchworms who wear spectacles, and even a pudgy little girl who is magically transformed into an ethereal beauty. Exploring this new land alongside her devoted dog Motley, Cora unearths secrets and wonders beyond her wildest imagining. She discovers the meaning of genuine friendship, true love, and what it means to finally feel whole, Whole in the Clouds.

The book had my imagination stretching and visualizing a whole new world. The descriptions were vivid and the dialogue was authentic and the writing was superb. I would highly recommend it to any reader, young or old.

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About the Author

Kristine Kibbee is a Pacific Northwest writer with a fascination for all things literary. Kristine’s passion for creative writing began in her early youth and led her to the doors of Washington State University, where she earned a degree in Humanities, with a focus in Professional Writing. Kristine has since had works published in The Vancouver, The Salal Review Literary Review, Just Frenchies magazine, S/Tick Literary Review and is a columnist for TerrierGroup magazine.

Kristine’s novella, The Mischievous Misadventures of Dewey the Daring, is available on and her middle-grade fantasy novel, Whole in the Clouds, was released in November 2014 with Zharmae Publishing, and re-released in its extended form with Incorgnito Publishing Press in late January of 2016. The publication of the first installment in her YA fantasy series, Forest of the Fae, Devlin’s Door, was released in January 2016; with Incorgnito Publishing Press.

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