About this blogger

Sharon Lee arrived: the second daughter of a first daughter – not shrouded in magic or prophecy. She spent her youth talking to animals, who never replied, and dreaming up adventures involving horses with wings and enchanted love. During rough teenage years, she escaped to Narnia (where animals did talk back) and learned that coping isn’t the same as surviving. Neither is survival real living.

Once she had children of her own, Sharon introduced them to Narnia, and they embraced the friendships found between the pages on the other side of the magical portal: reading. Now, she brings her elves, dragons and quests alive in her own stories and invites fantasy addicts and dreamers to time travel into these immortal worlds where mysticism thrives. She creates realms where life poses challenges, but rivers sing like a Mozart piano concerto and the wind is reminiscent of Chopin. In the end, unlikely heroes banish the darkness.

Sharon lives to conjure a spell and sing a story that transports others to a fantastical place where completing the quest means strong character, not a mighty sword arm. As a visionary, she imagines her solitude-induced dream weaving will be more than allegory or adventure. If you believe Magic is mystery, Hope offers the greatest help, and Success awards those who relentlessly pursue dreams, welcome to Sharon’s world. “Don’t Stop Believing” until your fantasy becomes reality.

In accordance with instruction from her Jedi Master, Kristen Lamb, Sharon has moved her blogging enterprise to the website bearing her own name. Please follow her exploits there: www.sharonleehughson.com



5 responses

19 06 2012

Hi Sharon! First, thank you for following my blog. That was very sweet. I like your About page. I can so relate. I once held a full-time paralegal job, went to school full-time all the while playing wife, mother to four and writing. I’m surprised I made it through in one piece. 🙂 I look forward to reading more about you.

15 04 2013
15 04 2013

Hi! Just to let you know that I have nominated you for the Liebster Award! go here for all the info: http://zehirablog.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/the-liebster-award/

6 05 2013
Super Sweet! And The Liebster Award, part 2 | I think in comics.

[…] any rate, I was given the honor of getting the Liebster Award again by Middle-Aged Co-ed! For those who don’t know, the Liebster Award is a blog-meme chain-letter thing where […]

12 10 2013

Your blog is so cool, I nominated you for the Liebster award! Congratulations!

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