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Esther Mitchell

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Raised in Europe, with its wide exposure to mythology, history, and the paranormal, Esther quickly became fascinated by the lore of the unseen, eventually translating into educational backgrounds in anthropology and parapsychology.

At the age of eight, she fell in love with Romance, and by the time she was twelve, she had already penned the first of a series of Arthurian romances, and was working on what would later become the futuristic suspense series, Underground.

Always dedicated foremost to her writing, she writes under her real name. Reviewers and fans alike have dubbed her work "exciting," "edge of your seat" and "daring."

Now, before I go into any detail, let me make one point very clear (because I get asked this question repeatedly): Yes, I do believe in the existence of vampires. What I do NOT believe in are the concoctions of fiction spawned by old cinematic special effects. Having said that, let’s first examine what a vampire is.


Vampires, by all historical accounts, fall into one of two categories: the Livin...

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Description: This is a short story I crafted around a poem I wrote, ages ago. To some, it may seem dark, but it's actually a celebration of a side of life few people are honored with.

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Where do you turn when the most precious center of your world has been ripped from your grasp? ... Love, hope... Family.

The core message of STASIS is family. Not necessarily the family you're born to, but the family you create from the ashes of whate
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Where JANUS moved a little slow for a bit after the opening scene, as the necessary background setup was happening, TRIAD enters with a bang, and runs away with you! The cast of characters introduced in JANUS will continue to hold you spellbound, whi ...more
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While there are, admittedly, places that seem a little bogged down with detail, at first, the necessity of that detail becomes clear as the story progresses. However, the characters and their rich complexity and absolute humanity (
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I can't say enough good things about this book! From the opening line to the closing, the story sucked me in and left me wanting to know more. Even the ending, with the unresolved question marks about the future simply tantalize with so many ideas of ...more
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“We mistakenly measure strength by comparing battle scars, when the truly strong among us are those who know the battle is never really over.”
Esther Mitchell

“Mortality, we face by necessity; morality, by virtue.”
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“There are no ‘good guys.’ You do something. Whether you meant it or not doesn’t mean a damned thing. All that matters is you did it, and it haunts you forever. You don’t trust anyone with your life… not even yourself.”
Esther Mitchell, Tamia

“We mistakenly measure strength by comparing battle scars, when the truly strong among us are those who know the battle is never really over.”
Esther Mitchell

“Mortality, we face by necessity; morality, by virtue.”
Esther Mitchell

“There are no ‘good guys.’ You do something. Whether you meant it or not doesn’t mean a damned thing. All that matters is you did it, and it haunts you forever. You don’t trust anyone with your life… not even yourself.”
Esther Mitchell, Tamia

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