J. Nell Brown

Writing for the One

Continue the Orphan Dreamer Adventure 

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A Novel (Episode #2)

Coming of Age, Epic Adventure spiced with Light Romance and Comedy


Rated G for language, 16+ for theme


Talks about mental Illness

Talks about a friend's death

Talks about suicide

Shows child abuse (physical)

Fades to dark human trafficking scene


One snowflake falls from heaven to quench hell's thirst. I am that snowflake.

I am Daniela―the Orphan Dreamer destined to rescue an orphan from his hell.

Continue The Orphan Dreamer Saga, a transcontinental sweeping fantastical story spiced with thrills and comedy where ANNE OF GREEN GABLES meets THE DA VINCI CODE in a play of fate that will change the destiny of an orphan and the future of humanity.

Meet Daniela and Cillian in the Orphan Dreamer Saga―a transcontinental sweeping story where ANNE OF GREEN GABLES meets THE DA VINCI CODE in the WAR ROOM. And a twist of fate alters the destiny of an orphan boy and the future of humanity in this epic journey that defies time and takes the reader from 1018 B.C. into a future of “what if’s” in the first full-length novel of the series, ORPHAN DREAMER AND THE GLASS TATTOO.

Continue the Orphan Dreamer Saga—a seven-novel serial interspersed with seven novellas that intertwines three tales across time and space. This epic story weaves an intricate tapestry of Divine guidance, faith, isolation, hope, and loss as it follows two children from their beginnings to their ends. Born on the same day, an ocean separates them until destiny introduces an orphan boy to a depressive schizophrenic girl inside her chaotic dreams. Is the orphan boy real? If he's not real, does it matter?


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"Danny Rose and Cillian lead deeply unhappy lives. Their childhoods make for an uncomfortable telling, but they stick in the mind. For these two characters alone, readers may take a leap of faith."

―Kirkus Reviews