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Dune Elliot

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Born in England to a literary family, Dune's first experience with fantasy was with the elves and faeries at the bottom of the garden and a free imagination soon gave life to imaginary friends and other fantastical creatures. Dune's first experience with written fantasy was J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit', which still continues to inspire today.
Dune started writing fantasy as a teenager, gaining experience, and learning what worked and what didn't for a well written story that people actually want to read. Through some good stories, and some pretty bad ones, Dune became the author that writes novels like 'Necromancer'.

Dune currently lives with Cody, a border collie, and two horses in remote Wyoming where characters are given free rein to dev...more


So Malys has become Malys: Demon Rising. I spent some time researching and talking to various other authors to get their input on my choice of title. Granted, Malys was a working title, and so I wasn't sure it would work for my finished project. Malys (play on the spelling of malice) doesn't tell any potential readers about the content of the book or what it's about. Adding the 'demon rising' g... Read more of this blog post »
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Necromancer
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Necromancer (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
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This is one of those books where the author has written the antagonists so well you almost want to skip ahead through those chapters because you dislike them so much and want to read about the good guys - unfortunately this would mean missing out on...more
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A great second book to the series. I really enjoyed learning more about the characters although it was a little predictable - that didn't stop me reading and caring about the characters.
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Nicky Charles does a fabulous job of creating a believable world of werewolves without any of the vampire/werewolf war to get in the way. This is book is a good introduction to the series. I love the characters and she creates a good antagonist that...more
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Hard Press'd (Preston Andrews Mystery #1)
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While murder mysteries are not generally my genre of choice, I enjoyed this installment of Preston Andrews, detective of the Virginia Beach PD; what guy wouldn't be jealous of him, and what girl wouldn't want him???
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