Fiction and nonfiction by Donna Maloy for teens, tweens and young adults.


What makes a monster? The year is 1806. Fourteen-year-old Celia Ashleigh is impatient to become a Deputy of the Crown, like all the other shapeshifting firstborn Ashleighs. When a very handsome French boy asks for her father’s help in rescuing his abducted sister, she doesn’t tell him her father’s away–she takes the mission herself. But … Continue reading FICTION


What do you dream of becoming? Have you started your journey? This notebook journal has space for you to record the steps along your path as well as inspiring words with thought-provoking questions to help you stay focused on your dreams. Advice comes from great achievers in all walks of life, such as Michael Jordan … Continue reading NONFICTION


Reviews for CELIA AND THE WOLF: “This is the kind of book that you can’t stop reading. When you reach the end, you close the book, sit back with a grin and say, ‘THAT was a great adventure.’” Read more here. “It kept me up all night, because I couldn’t put it down.” Read more here. “…fast-paced … Continue reading Reviews


   Celia and the Wolf Winner, 2014 Lyra Award*, Juvenile Catetory (*Bookstore Without Borders)   Manuscript, The Counterfeit Lady Winner, 2015 Rosemary Award*, Young Adult Category (*Romance Writers of America, Young Adult chapter)