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A.R. Shaw

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A. R. Shaw is the bestselling author of the Graham’s Resolution and Surrender the Sun series. She served in the United States Air Force Reserves as a Communications Radio Operator and then attended college as a mother of four. She’s always written in what little off time she could manage but didn’t start publishing her works until 2013.

Now when she isn’t writing or spending time with family. She enjoys, running, biking and traveling. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her loyal tabby cat, Henry and a home full of books.

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“exterminating more than six billion souls. The million or so who were still alive were somehow immune, but they were carriers. As for the virus itself, it became known simply as the China Pandemic.”
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“the act of listening had become one of the rituals of survival. The silence should be filled with familiar sounds, and the total absence of them could mean trouble.”
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“Tala had proven herself to be level headed, more so than most of the women Graham had ever encountered.”
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message 3: by Larry

Larry Dunlap Hi A.R., I see that "Wayward Pines: Kate's Redemption (Kindle Worlds Novella)" is a Kindle Worlds book. How do you see the process of writing a book in a Kindle World such as "Wayward Pines?" I've been asked to participate in a Kindle World series, and I'm not quite sure what to think about it. I'm trying to finish the second book to my memoir before considering anything else. Is it worth it to spend some time in someone else's world? What's your opinion now that you've been through it.


Carole Gill thanks, nice to know you.


Felicity Brandon Thanks for the friendship!


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