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This book..actually works, and lives up to what it promises. It prompts you to think about the society you are creating, to get a sense of the values of the people, and from there devise customs, technology and more. Excellent resource I will use over and over. – Evelyn Puerto

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This was a light but thought-provoking and interesting read. Packed with information and things you want to ask yourself when you write your next fiction book. Wherever you are in the process of writing, you’ll want to read this book.Amazon Review

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Enter the world of Blood Mercy, where vampirism is a choice, blood is an addiction, and cursed immortals tread the line between good and evil…

As someone who isn’t a vampire fan (mostly due to popular shiny vampire lore), I had reservations about reading a post-classical take on vampirism in the 21st century. I was pleasantly surprised. –Amazon Review

This book, and its portrayal of vampires, had me incredibly impressed.Amazon Review

I appreciate the medical take on vampirism, as I’m not a fan of vampires on the whole. This read much more like a sci-fi without the gore that vampire stories usually love to splatter throughout the plot.Amazon Review

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Sometimes your destiny is worse than your curse…

A mythology/fantasy romance novella where the gods are real, the unicorns are deadly, and forbidden love comes with a side of snark.

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I enjoyed this quick mythological romance. It has a lot of banter and snark and enough chemistry between the leads to keep it interesting. Amazon Review

This novella is a solid, snarky, slightly steamy romance set in a new fantasy world where fallible, killable “gods” whose power has turned into license and death unicorns whose justice has turned into vengeance have spent decades in conflict. I like the protagonist a lot–I’m looking forward to finding out what she does in the sequel! -Amazon Review

The best part of Storm Warden is the humor and snark that adds levity and even a bit of satire to the fantasy quest genre. -Amazon Review

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