Melinda O'Donnell

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Melinda O'Donnell is the author of Tale of the Moone, The Eightfold Lairs of Xillenthia, and several short stories.
She resides in a small cottage at the foot of a mountain in California. Being the voracious reader she is, she continued her education to earn a degree in English.

A digital master swordswoman and expert mage, she has saved many worlds countless times, which you can find her doing when she is not writing about her next adventure.

Tale of the Witche is her third book.

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Tale of the Moone

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A Murderess Most Fair

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Thirst

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The Sword of Aesone

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Movie Watch: Best Sellers

I recently watched the movie Best Sellers, and was pleasantly surprised.

There are few movies about writing (understandably- it is difficult to portray something that's mostly thinking, or sitting in front of a piece of paper or screen) but this movie was more about the publishing side of the industry. Best Sellers is about an unlikely road trip with an unwilling author and a desperate publisher w Read more of this blog post »
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“No matter how much time we are given with our loved ones, it is still never enough.”
Melinda O'Donnell

“The rose fell, a brief fragrant blazing meteor before it plummeted to the cold stones, forgotten.”
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“And perhaps it was that same stubbornness that had allowed their love to survive and last for as long as it had. After so many untold years together, it was still not enough, would never be enough although eternity stretched before them.”
Melinda O'Donnell, The Eightfold Lairs of Xillenthia

“No matter how much time we are given with our loved ones, it is still never enough.”
Melinda O'Donnell

“What I cannot understand is how your parents could look upon the innocent face of their newborn son and decide to name him Valor .”
Melinda O'Donnell, Tale of the Witche

“And perhaps it was that same stubbornness that had allowed their love to survive and last for as long as it had. After so many untold years together, it was still not enough, would never be enough although eternity stretched before them.”
Melinda O'Donnell, The Eightfold Lairs of Xillenthia

“He belongs to himself, as each person does from the day they are born until their last day.”
Melinda O'Donnell, The Eightfold Lairs of Xillenthia

“We are known as the 'Money Liberators', for we free money and people of the burden of each other.”
Melinda O'Donnell, Tale of the Moone




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