Ellie Adelina
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The Seven Swords of the Demon Lords, by Nathaniel Oren

 I had the unique honor of working alongside my dear friend Nathaniel Oren to help him complete his first full length novel. To simply describe the work we did as author/editor does not quite cover the breadth of all we have accomplished together getting this book out into the world.

Nathaniel calls me his "creative consultant" and "Editor in Chief." I read this book front to back more times than I can count, each time finding something new we could tweak or grow as the story evolved. Editing content, grammar, and even the story itself was a huge honor.

I was also excited to stretch my technical and marketing skills, and in addition to editing, I also have:

  • Created the cover, front & back (illustration provided by the author) 
  • Formatted the eBook
  • Published the eBook through Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing
  • Formatted the paperback
  • Published the paperback through CreateSpace
  • Currently manage the online marketing strategy and copy on Facebook and Instagram
  • Created and maintain the author webpage

I'm so proud of Nathaniel's work, and am excited to say we're already deep into the next few stories to come... a collection of short stories, an audiobook, and sequels in The Templar's Hunt series are already in the works.

You can buy a copy of The Seven Swords of the Demon Lords by clicking here!

Published Works



Loving yourself into healing

I was asked recently how I healed so quickly from my divorce. I left my now ex-husband less than a year ago. “That’s not that long ago,” my friend said to me, “And you really do seem healed.”

Something a lot of people often miss about the truth of how it felt to get divorced is that the healing process didn’t start after we separated...




Thank you for agreeing to meet me here. I don’t appreciate that you didn’t bring your wallet and made me pay, again. Rude much? Anyway. I asked you to come because… we need to talk.

I know about you and my parents.

I knew all along. I heard about the way you taunted them, how you wove your threads into the fabric of their lives until the entire garment belonged to you...