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Ann Frailey
  • Fillmore, IL
  • United States
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Ann Frailey of rural Fillmore, Illinois published her first book entitled "The Road Goes Ever On A Christian Journey Through The Lord of the Rings" under the name A. K. Frailey in 2011. It is a reflection on the characteristics of the heroes and villains in the Tolkien classic and investigates the sources and influences of virtue and vice in our own modern world.

ARAM, book one of The Deliverance Trilogy, her first fictional work, is an adventure, romance, and mystery all rolled into one with characters who struggle to survive in a hostile world while encountering evil from within and without. Three clans meet, clash, and battle out their differences before they learn that they share a hidden past.

Ishtar's Redemption - Trial by Fire, the second book in The Deliverance Trilogy is the sequel to ARAM. Ishtar's Redemption continues the story of the three clans introduced in ARAM and introduces new characters in the persons of Ishtar's two sons, Ammee and Amil, and three new clans who come to aid those most in need. Evil sorcery, dangerous raids, and heroic rescues make Ishtar's Redemption a story to remember.

Neb the Great - Shadows of the Past, the third book in The Deliverance Trilogy, was published in August 2013. For the sake of his son, Ishtar retells the compelling history of Neb the Great. From there Ishtar and his son must decide how they will face the future. Eoban and Obed must over come their misunderstandings and face the newest challenges which burst upon them unexpectedly.

Ann has had articles published in the New Oxford Review and the Latin Mass. She won runner-up in fiction for ARAM in the 2011 Indie Publishing Contest. The Road Goes Ever On, ARAM, and Ishtar's Redemption have all won the Catholic Writer's Guild Seal of Approval. All four of her books are available as e-books and paperbacks through AMAZON Books.

Ann has a B. S. in Elementary Education. She was married to John Frailey who was also an educator for many years, but passed away in December 2013 due to cancer complications. She has eight children she home educates while maintaining a mini-farm.

Ann devotes her time to writing books that align Christian thought with the lived adventure of becoming who we are called to be. She loves her various roles as mother, educator, and author. She enjoys spending her time with her family and friends (& critters) on their mini-farm in rural Illinois.

Ann's future fictional works will reflect on the journey-quest of humanity from our ancient past into the Middle Ages. Visit her website often for her newest blog, updates on her writings, book signings, and public speaking events.

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Garbage Mountain

I used to be a “neat freak” – maybe not on the level of antiseptic obsession – but I’ve always I liked order over chaos.  As time and kids have molded me – I have learned to accept a certain level of untidiness. But garbage still bothers me. Garbage is that stuff that is completely unusable – even by the slugs and ants of the world.  When nature’s cleaners can’t handle the mess we’ve made – we’re in trouble.

We live in the countryside so we have a few alternatives that city…


Posted on January 14, 2015 at 5:59pm

Hiding Behind Our Bodies

I recently read an excerpt from a famous person’s blog which stated that she had never been comfortable with her body and had resorted to plastic surgery to make herself more attractive.  I don’t name the celebrity simply because the story is all to familiar.  I know of countless individuals who aren’t famous and feel the need to “change” something to make themselves more attractive. Is that a problem?  The cosmetic industry might not think so. Nor any industry built around our insecurities…


Posted on January 13, 2015 at 6:34am

Hope in a Tragic World

What stirs the imagination often directs the soul.  When you look at the fiction available to young people today – to all people really – it doesn’t take a great leap of logic to wonder if there is a correlation between what grief people read and what grief people inflict.

I often read historical biographies, and I find them fascinating because there does seem to be a strong connection between the way a person grows up and the way they use power as an adult. Not everyone grows up to…


Posted on January 7, 2015 at 5:08pm

Epiphany of the Divine

Epiphany used to conjure up images of the three Wise-Men who came from the east to honor the infant Christ as Lord and King. Later, as men and traditions waxed and waned, it came to simply mean a highlight – a sudden and profound understanding. The divine intervention aspect was shrouded by a modern dedication to purely human experiences.

For me, there are no purely…


Posted on January 5, 2015 at 8:20pm

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