Here are some samples of the works Jillann has performed.
It's not just about reading books, it's about living through them.
Redemption doesn't come easily…
Now that his head is finally clear of Dionysus' manipulation, Adonis is left with many regrets. Only Hermes knows where he is hiding or has any sympathy for his plight, but when the god goes missing, Adonis has to find a willing partner before his curse takes away his sanity and makes him into the very monster he barely escaped becoming months before.
Sage is a witch. What else could explain the strange abilities that manifested a few months ago? When she comes across a ritual to summon a mysterious lover, she's far too intrigued to pass it up. Sage doesn't actually expect it to work—until a sexy satyr emerges from the trees and enters her summoning circle, and all her wildest fantasies seem to be coming true—except he won't touch her.
Passion and pride clash as the extent of Pan's curse becomes clear, and Adonis is reluctant to let Sage leave his side until Hermes or a better solution is found. Elsewhere, another satyr seeks revenge, and chaos is unleashed on Savannah in the days leading up to Halloween. When the dead walk, can a satyr forsaken by both Satyroi factions be the key to saving the city? What's more…can he save himself, or will it take a young woman more stubborn than Adonis to set him free?
The Daughter of Death has her college experience cut out for her. In addition to a new roommate and some serious test anxiety, demons, angels, and horsemen become part of Sammy Zadkeil’s everyday life. Through the chaos Sammy must discover her place in the on coming apocalypse. The world is ending and it’s up to Sammy and the other Children of the Apocalypse to save humanity.
Coming of Age / Fiction
Meg is the eldest and on the brink of love. Then there’s tomboy Jo who longs to be a writer. Sweet-natured Beth always puts others first, and finally there’s Amy, the youngest and most precocious. Together they are the March sisters. Even though money is short, times are tough and their father is away at war, their infectious Meg is the eldest and on the brink of love. Then there’s tomboy Jo who longs to be a writer. Sweet-natured Beth always puts others first, and finally there’s Amy, the youngest and most precocious. Together they are the March sisters. Even though money is short, times are tough and their father is away at war, their infectious sense of fun sweeps everyone up in their adventures — including Laurie, the boy next door. And through sisterly squabbles, their happy times and sad ones too, the sisters discover that growing up is sometimes very hard to do.
Based on Louisa May Alcott’s childhood, this lively portrait of nineteenth-century family life possesses a lasting vitality that has endeared it to generations of readers.