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K. Makansi is the pen name for the mother-daughter writing team of Kristy, Amira, and Elena Makansi.

Kristina Blank Makansi – Born and raised in Southern Illinois, Kristina has a B.A. in Government from University of Texas at Austin and a M.A.T. from the College of New Jersey and an opinion on everything. She has worked as a copywriter, marketing coordinator, web and collateral designer, editor, and publisher. In 2010, she co-founded Blank Slate Press, an award-winning small press focusing on debut authors in the greater St. Louis area, and in 2013, she co-founded Treehouse Publishing Group, an author services and assisted-publishing partnership. She firmly believes that traditional genre boundaries should not apply to great writing. In add
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K. Makansi Hi Courtney! The tentative-official (ha ha) release date for The Harvest has been announced as April 1, 2016. We're thrilled you're so excited! Thanks…moreHi Courtney! The tentative-official (ha ha) release date for The Harvest has been announced as April 1, 2016. We're thrilled you're so excited! Thanks for being a fan! (less)
K. Makansi Hey! Thanks for asking! The problem with Remy and Soren is that they love each other, but they hate each other, too. Their personalities are…moreHey! Thanks for asking! The problem with Remy and Soren is that they love each other, but they hate each other, too. Their personalities are diametrically opposite, and they always knew that. When they started to feel attracted to each other, they were in a hostile situation, forced together by circumstances beyond their control, with only each other to rely on. Of course they were going to start having feelings for each other! But under more rational circumstances, they realized that those antagonistic feelings were still there; they had learned to be friends and allies, but their romantic energy was directed elsewhere, for both of them.

As for Eli...well, let's just say he's the closest thing she'll get to a sibling, these days. They're family; they could never be in a relationship. They're protective of each other to the last, in the same way a sister or a brother would be. But they're not romantically inclined :) (less)
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“The wealthy and powerful become ever more wealthy and more powerful, while the poor and oppressed grow ever more enslaved.”
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“science, through advanced agricultural practices, through manipulation of DNA, through this and that and the other. But we are always wrong. There is only nature, and we are part of it. If we set ourselves in opposition to nature, it will always rise up against us, eventually. And it will win.”
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“We think we improve on nature through science, through advanced agricultural practices, through manipulation of DNA, through this and that and the other. But we are always wrong. There is only nature, and we are part of it. If we set ourselves in opposition to nature, it will always rise up against us, eventually. And it will win.” I sense that, like me,”
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