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Morgan Rhodes

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Morgan Rhodes lives in Ontario, Canada. As a child, she always wanted to be a princess -- the kind that knows how to wield a sharp sword to help save both kingdoms and princes from fire-breathing dragons and dark wizards. Instead, she became a writer, which is just as good and much less dangerous. Along with writing, Morgan enjoys photography, travel, reality TV, and is an extremely picky, yet voracious reader of all kinds of books. Under another pen name, she’s a national bestselling author of many paranormal novels. Falling Kingdoms is her first high fantasy.

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Morgan Rhodes Magnus, on paper, was originally supposed to be the bad guy...the son of the evil king who wanted to follow in his father's footsteps. Kind of a cross…moreMagnus, on paper, was originally supposed to be the bad guy...the son of the evil king who wanted to follow in his father's footsteps. Kind of a cross between Joffrey from Game of Thrones and Draco Malfoy. However, once I started actually writing him and getting in his head, he revealed to me that he wasn't totally bad and he yearned for more than what his father had laid out for his future. Plus, when I realized he had a scar on his cheek and I learned the reason for this (that played out on the page much to my surprise!) that definitely helped deepen his character and make him way more interesting for me to write. And since he's become a fan-favourite character, I'm happy I listened to the prince! ;)(less)
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“Even paradise could become a prison if one had enough time to take notice of the walls.”
Morgan Rhodes, Falling Kingdoms

“Even in the darkest and most cruel person, there is still a kernel of good. And within the most perfect champion, there is darkness. The question is, will one give in to the dark or the light? It's something we decide with every choice we make, every day that we exist. What might not be evil to you could be evil to someone else. Knowing this makes us powerful even without magic.”
Morgan Rhodes, Falling Kingdoms

“You're the same as you were yesterday and the day before. Nothing has changed. Not really. Forget what troubles you. Regret nothing, but learn from any mistakes you make. Tomorrow will be a brighter day, I promise.”
Morgan Rhodes, Falling Kingdoms

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