50% of Alexandra's profits go to charity



When a collision of two parallel worlds creates a portal, Ella’s eyes—and heart—open to the impossible.

Eighteen-year-old, tell-it-like-it-is Ella Beuchene is about to graduate from a prestigious high school, and yet she’s never felt more trapped. Her family is hell-bent on forcing her into a future she doesn’t want. Her boyfriend no longer gets her. And her best friend is keeping something secret. Something that could shatter their friendship for good. Ella is desperate to escape her “privileged” existence.


Then, one warm summer night, Ella finds herself in the woods behind her house. The forest is lusher than ever before, the creatures of the night louder, and the moon brighter. Beneath its green canopy, she meets a mysterious, striking stranger. A man who gets her, who shifts her perspective of the world, and who…wait for it…glows in the dark.


From that moment on, Ella’s not sure that it’s just her life she wants to escape. It may be her world.



Lucy Jones isn't like other teenagers. She has spent her entire life feeling. Feeling everything from the anxiety of an upcoming test, to despair that runs so deep it threatens to shatter her. The catch? She can’t tell if these feelings are her own, or if they are the emotions of the people around her. When her father commits suicide, Lucy knows she won’t survive her mother’s dismantling and flees Sydney to settle on family property in the sleepy coastal city of Duruga. Population 200.



In Duruga, Lucy begins to find herself again. When the mysterious and captivating Heath Stone enters her life, Lucy is overwhelmed by unfamiliar sensations in his presence. Despite the sinister warnings from the townsfolk, she cannot fight the force of her attraction to Heath. As strange events occur, and the truth about Duruga’s sordid history is unveiled, Lucy suspects there may be more to the quiet town, and Heath, than she first imagined. As the mystery unravels, and danger draws nearer, Lucy may learn more about her past—and her gift—than she ever dared to
believe possible.


Even though everything about Belle’s life is difficult, she finds great joy in her art. Every day, she rushes home after school to watch her brother, who has cerebral palsy, while her single mother works two jobs to keep a roof over their head in the small town of Pitts, Australia. In her last year of high school, Belle has the opportunity to win an art competition, but her teacher pairs her with the gorgeous, arrogant, cold, new guy in school. And while getting to know Noah Cole starts out as another chore, Belle learns there’s a wounded soul under all that bravado, and a love that makes her see herself clearly for the first time in her life.

50% of Alexandra's profits go to charity.

​​© Copyright 2023 Hand Drawings by Alexander. No animals were harmed in the making.

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