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J.P. Marshman

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JP Marshman has been writing stories as long as she can remember, and such a little hobby has grown into a fervent passion. She primarily writes adventure and high fantasy, and dabbles in science fiction. She currently lives in the Okanagan Valley in beautiful British Columbia, where she ignores the crystal blue lakes and golden sunshine to instead stay indoors and grow paler so she can churn out fables with the heroes in her head. She also enjoys the company of video games, bad jokes, and cats.

Oh, and the J stands for Jessica. You have to earn the right to know what the P means.

I’m back!

I know, I know.


This absence has been atrocious.


However.


Let me explain.


Last summer, I came to realize that the battery of my trusty laptop was dying. Easy enough, right? I went to the local computer shop, ordered a new battery, and went on with my life. Then I installed the Witcher 3 – a newer game on my older computer (the computer turned five this past November) that I expected to run on high set

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