The Lost Daughter of Easa

After falling through a portal, a seventeen-year-old girl awakens lost in a forest with amnesia and must draw on her instincts and self-preservation to escape ravenous wild beasts, goblins, demons, and a dark witch who knows the secret of her past.

The Lost Daughter of Easa is the first book in the Elsie Lind series by J. L. Mulvihill.

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I am a native Californian living in Mississippi. I love writing and have written poetry, short stories and song lyrics from the time that I first learned to write. My most recent short stories are featured in the anthology, Memories and Dreams, published by The Fine Arts Center in Hot Springs, AR. I also love to cook and have developed many original recipes. Recently, I coupled one of my favorite recipes with a short story called, Jen's Spicy Crawfish Bisque which appears in It's All About Food with a Mississippi Twist. My first novel was accepted for publication and scheduled for release sometime before Labor Day 2011. I have written several articles for the Jackson Literature Examiner. I am also an event's coordinator for the Mississippi chapter of Imagicopter, an organization of authors and artists who promote their own publications, while lending a hand to other writers and artists. I belong to the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), Gulf Coast Writers Association (GCWA), The Mississippi Writers Guild (MWG), as well as The Arts Council of Clinton, The Clinton Ink-Slingers Writing Group and the JavaInk Jotters.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Blackness faded from me as my mind began to feel,

silence slowly lifted as I found myself lying still.

I opened my eyes to a sky of dancing trees,

hearing the rhythm of my breath as it floated on a breeze.

Easing from initial shock I fell deep into confusion,

bearing witness to a monster was all but an illusion.

The truth exposed by a rapid beating of my heart,

left me fearful, lost, anxious, and alone in the dark.

Then I realized that monsters were not my only fear,

If I did not know me then no one would know I’m here.

My identity like the leaves fluttered away on the wind,

I had no where to start, and no where to begin.

Yet I breathed deep this luxury of life,

and painfully arose ready to take stride.

Seeking out what rightfully should be mine,

drawing closer to my fate and accepting what I find.

The thoughts of Elsie Lind by J L Mulvihill

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

And the story goes...

Locked deep within a lost girl’s mind are haunting dreams, and childhood memories that hold the key to her survival. This is the beginning of the battle of her life, the struggle to claim her identity. However, bad choices and trusting in the wrong sort of guidance put her in a position where she is a criminal on the run. Now in this medieval land where magic influences technology and beings of folklore are as real as the demons they fight, an ancient threat endangers the entire land. The struggle of identity not only influences a lost girl but two brothers conflicting with their own character flaws and dislike for each other. Between these three unlikely companions an evil must be stopped before its power gains strength and takes hold of Authora and . . .

The Lost Daughter of Easa.

 The Lost Daughter of Easa is a young adult fantasy/sci-fi novel that brings back the classic fantasy genre while incorporating forgotten folklore from a primarily Nordic and Celtic history. A Wizard of Earth Sea meets a Wrinkle in Time, this novel appeals to young adults as well as adults.


In 2009, a group of writers got together and decided to work toward promoting their own publications while lending a hand to other writers and artists. From that came Imagicopter. "Imagicopter" is the umbrella name for the tour currently supported by authors whose works have appeared in Kerlak publishing, Meadowhawk Press, Seventh Star Press, Twilight Times Books, Third Axe Media and Sam's Dot Publishing and by Word Catchers of Memphis. With the cooperation of several small press publishers, local authors, artists, and booksellers, the project soon took off. This is a totally voluntary organization. Participation on the site, at the events, and at the conventions we attend is completely voluntary.

J L Mulvihill is one of the representative for the Jackson Tower of Imagicopter. Alexander S. Brown and J L Mulvihill are responsible for planning and coordinating events for local and Midsouth Authors in Jackson, Mississippi and the surrounding area.