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K.K. Cook

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K.K. Cook is a vegetarian with an attitude. She's also a writer, a reader, and recently a book blogger. She likes listening to Imagine Dragons while surfing the Net. Cooking is her stress reliever, and her favorite type of bread is pumpkin. She’s likely to hit you with something if you disturb her while she’s in the middle of a good book, oh, and she has issues with authority. Makes a right old mess that last one does. She lives in her own little world. Sometimes she gets lost there and doesn't want to come out. It's a good place to be.

     Isn't it amazing? All that waiting, and now it's ready! Ahhhhhhhhh! So cool! Jumping up and down! Partying! Whoop! Whoop! Oh yeah, this rocks! Whoop-dee-do! Yay! Dance party! Party dance!
     Okay, dance party aside. I have some exciting news! Besides the fact that I published both the paperback and the Kindle edition of Phoenix today. I have a giveaway for you! Yay! It starts officially t... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 4.82 · 11 ratings · 3 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
Phoenix (Ancient Elements, #1)

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Mythic (Ancient Elements, #2)

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“There is so much I could say about myself, but I wish you know only this; at times I may be bitter, at times I may be sweet; do not judge me on one character or the other. I have more facets than a jewel, I ask that you understand all of me before you judge me. No one side of my personality is bigger than another, just as no one emotion claims me all the time.”
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“Be weary of the unknown inside of every human being, but do not fear it, embrace it.”
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“There's so many dimensions to me. I am not a flat surface that can express myself like a painting, but more like a sculpture that you have to see all of before you can understand.”
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“A line is a fuse
that's lit.
The line smolders,
the rhyme explodes—
and by a stanza
a city
is blown to bits.”
Vladimir Mayakovsky

“It's hard to follow a person's logic if you don't know how they feel.”
Veronica Rossi, Under the Never Sky

“He kissed her slowly. Everything went slowly so he could follow her temper, and search into her eyes. When they joined, her scent was brave and strong and certain. Perry took it into himself, breathing her breath, feeling what she felt. He'd never known anything as right.”
Veronica Rossi, Under the Never Sky

“Come on, Paisley. What's the worst that could happen?"
Aria meant it as a joke,but her voice sounded too high so she tacked on a laugh. That came out sounding mildly hysterical.
"What could happen in a damaged dome?"
Paisley counted on her slender fingers. "Our skin could rot off. We could get locked out. An Aether storm could turn us into human bacon. Then the cannibals could eat us for breakfast.”
Veronica Rossi, Under the Never Sky

“Killing a man should be more different than killing a game. It was not.”
Veronica Rossi, Under the Never Sky

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Official Goodreads group for the mini series Ancient Elements. Book 1 in the Ancient Elements series is called Phoenix.



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