“...we need to tell stories to each other about who we are, why we are, where we come from, and what might be possible” — Alan Rickman.
Born in New York and raised in Florida and Georgia, Isabelle Felix grew up in a family of speeders, travelers, and storytellers. American, Haitian, Venezuelan, and French influences defined her life. Especially when it came to food (btw, her family is mixed with vegetarians, pescatarians, and meat-eaters).
Savory and sweet aromas filled her house, conversations swayed in and out of multiple languages, debates broke out between coffee and tea drinkers, and all types of music were a must. So, it’s no surprise that extended “alone time” was a rare occasion. BUT! Isabelle still found a way to focus and write.
Now, Isabelle is a psychology research assistant and an ASL mental health interpreter-in-training. Other than her love for finding different ways to understand people and life, she enjoys hiking, ziplining, drinking tea, riding roller coasters, and hanging out with her family and friends. And that definitely includes eating!
She’s currently seeking representation for her YA contemporary WATER DOWN MY WALLS, which explores the internal storm in her main character. Her other three projects involve an accidental kidnapping, a Deaf swimmer, and a K-drama retelling.
Water Down My Walls