Phineas Blue Shadows and Light Book 1 of series

By Deb Huston

New adult fiction, Sci-Fi, Paranormal | Paperback, eBook


"It’s simple really. All I have to do is visualize what I want to make happen, like moving a drawing off the floor up to my bed, so it hangs in the air in front of my face, and it happens. The drawing lifts up and floats in front of my eyes. I was 3 years old when I realized I had this ability. I was sick with the flu, stuck in my room, and really pissed. My father, Michael Carlyle, had promised to build a LEGO castle with me, but he never showed. Without moving an inch, I spent the afternoon throwing my toys and stuffed animals against the walls. It was cool. At 4, I stopped talking because I needed silence to hear what was going on inside other peoples’ minds. I pretended there was something wrong with me. But even with the silence, I couldn’t always control what I did. When I got angry, everything I looked at would fly around in a mini-hurricane until I calmed down. But as I got older, my ability came naturally and I developed more control. I’d never use my mind to hurt anyone deliberately, but sometimes I make our maid, Luce, cook my favorite breakfast when she’s planning to cook something boring like oatmeal. I just tune into her mind and suggest she cook fried potatoes, onions, green peppers, and eggs served with her homemade green tomatillo sauce; it’s so crazy good, I can’t help myself. Today’s my eighteenth birthday. There won’t be a big celebration or anything because nobody thinks I even notice my birthday. Pretending to be what I’m not has me locked in a self-made prison. I have no idea how to break free but I know I need a life!"


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"It’s simple really. All I have to do is visualize what I want to make happen, like moving a drawing off the floor up to my bed, so it hangs in the air in front of my face, and it happens. The drawing lifts up and floats in front of my eyes. I was 3 years old when I realized I had this ability. I was sick with the flu, stuck in my room, and really pissed. My father, Michael Carlyle, had promised to build a LEGO castle with me, but he never showed. Without moving an inch, I spent the afternoon throwing my toys and stuffed animals against the walls. It was cool. At 4, I stopped talking because I needed silence to hear what was going on inside other peoples’ minds. I pretended there was something wrong with me. But even with the silence, I couldn’t always control what I did. When I got ...


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Deb Huston has worked as an executive producer for an Emmy award-winning design and post-production facility and been a featured nationwide lecturer for her skills as a creative and technical developer. In addition to her career as a writer, Deb is a musician, composer, designer, video editor and filmmaker. She’s shot, directed, produced, and edited many short films, including her award winning feature documentary Let My Country Awake. With an abiding commitment to promote sustainable building construction practices, she became a Certified Green Building Professional and HERS Rater and remains committed to finding new ways to challenge, rethink and change the dynamics of our human impact on the environment. Living for Deb is being near the coast, any coast. She’s not good at being land-locked.


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Deb Huston has worked as an executive producer for an Emmy award-winning design and post-production facility and been a featured nationwide lecturer for her skills as a creative and technical developer. In addition to her career as a writer, Deb is a musician, composer, designer, video editor and filmmaker. She’s shot, directed, produced, and edited many short films, including her award winning...


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