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Danielle Bennett

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Elegant cat burglar and professional nervous barfer about town, Dani Bennett is a Canuck from unceded Coast Salish territory, where she never built up a proper tolerance to the seasons. A noted ice princess, Dani can't handle the heat and don't even ask her about the humidity. Once she had cancer and two breasts and now she has one breast and no cancer!

Co-author of the Volstovic Cycle and Master of One with Jaida Jones.
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WHY DO BAD PEOPLE MAKE SUCH GOOD CHARACTERS?


It’s no secret by now that bad boys get all the love. From Tony Stark running away with every Avengers trailer to the irresistible charisma of the man himself in BBC’s Sherlock, there’s something alluring about a character who just won’t make nice.
Jaida and I experienced this phenomenon firsthand with Rook, easily our most popular character and probably the worst person we’ve ever written about. H Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 26, 2012 06:00
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“I don't know," I said. "Whether or not he can write his own name seems to have very little impact on his ability to be an ass.”
Danielle Bennett, Havemercy

“He was goin' on four and he used to eat fireflies. I don't know. I think he thought they'd make him glow.”
Danielle Bennett, Havemercy

“You could approach someone worlds apart from you by offering them, like a handshake, a simple truth from their own lives.”
Danielle Bennett, Dragon Soul

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