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Jean Marie Bauhaus

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Jean Marie Bauhaus is a traditionally-published and indie author of five novels and counting, as well as a number of novellas and short stories. She also writes freelance articles about dogs for a living.

Born and raised in Oklahoma, she currently makes her home in the middle of the woods deep in the Ozark mountains with her own dog, a fierce and mighty Chihuahua named Pete, her husband of 13 years, and a gaggle of other four-legged dependents. When she’s not writing about ghosts, zombies, vampires and other things that go bump in the night, she can usually be found hiking the side of the mountain or trading her keyboard for knitting needles and curling up with a mug of tea and a horror podcast.

Or at the microwave, re-heating her tea because
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Jean Marie Bauhaus The part where pants are optional. And the part where people tell me something I wrote made them laugh or cry or think or moved them in some way is al…moreThe part where pants are optional. And the part where people tell me something I wrote made them laugh or cry or think or moved them in some way is also pretty cool.(less)
Jean Marie Bauhaus Currently, I'm juggling two novels at different stages. I'm outlining the upcoming sequel to Dominion of the Damned and also going through my publishe…moreCurrently, I'm juggling two novels at different stages. I'm outlining the upcoming sequel to Dominion of the Damned and also going through my publisher's edits on Bound Spirits, the third novel in my Restless Spirits series, which is due for release at the end of July.(less)
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Welp, it’s a brand new year. According to the calendar, at any rate. I’ve slowly come to the conclusion that this whole “new year starting in January” business is an arbitrary, man-made convention that’s contrary to nature and divine design. After all, when God gave his calendar to Israel, it started in the spring, with Passover. A time when the world is waking up, animals are busy having babies,

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“I couldn't find any humble pie this early in the morning, but the cream-filled [donuts] are chock full of humility.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Kindred Spirits

“All of her days were full of strangeness here at the end of the world, but this day was standing out as one of the stranger ones.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Dominion of the Damned

“I've heard rumors that if we get too weak to give blood, they feed us to the zeds."
Hannah just stared at her in horror a moment before asking, "The zeds?"
"Yeah. You know, like how the Brits say the letter z? For zombie?"
"Oh."
"What do you call them?"
Hannah thought about it a second before saying, "The scary dead things that ate my parents. But yours is catchier.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Dominion of the Damned

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“I couldn't find any humble pie this early in the morning, but the cream-filled [donuts] are chock full of humility.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Kindred Spirits

“Been practicing ever since I managed to tackle you. I figured there must be something to your idea about strong feelings."
"Yeah. They can be hard to manufacture on demand, though."
"So far I've managed okay."
"Thinking about my dad usually gets it done for me. What about you? What do you think about?"
He looked at me for a long moment before he said, "You."
I didn't expect that answer. "Me? Really? Do I frustrate you that much?"
"Kissing you," he clarified. "I think about kissing you."
Oh. "Oh. Really?" I stood up and bumped into the table. It moved.
Joe looked at it and smiled. "You thinking about kissing me?"
"Well I am now."
He got up and came toward me. "Good.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Restless Spirits

“Nothing gives us courage more readily than the desire to avoid looking like a damn fool.”
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“There are four simple ways for the observant to tell Mr. Croup and Mr. Vandemar apart: first, Mr. Vandemar is two and a half heads taller than Mr. Croup; second, Mr. Croup has eyes of a faded china blue, while Mr. Vandemar's eyes are brown; third, while Mr. Vandemar fashioned the rings he wears on his right hand out of the skulls of four ravens, Mr. Croup has no obvious jewelery; fourth, Mr. Croup likes words, while Mr. Vandemar is always hungry. Also, they look nothing at all alike.”
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“Metaphors failed him, then. He had gone beyond the world of metaphor and simile into the place of things that are, and it was changing him.”
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Jean Marie Bauhaus Dale wrote: "Jean Marie, thank you for accepting my friend request.
I've downloaded and look forward to reading Dominion of the Damned.
Wishing you the very best!"


Dale, you left this comment forever ago and I'm just now seeing it, which is inexcusable. I'm so sorry. I hope you enjoyed the book. You take care.


message 1: by Dale (last edited Jul 19, 2014 06:06PM)

Dale Thele Jean Marie, thank you for accepting my friend request.
I've downloaded and look forward to reading Dominion of the Damned.
Wishing you the very best!


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