Emily Kiebel

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Emily Kiebel was raised in Colorado and went on to study classical music and English at Concordia University. She found a love for singing early in life and now sings professionally and directs a local church choir. In her spare time, she can be found exploring the natural beauty of the great outdoors with her beloved dogs, Ginny and Diggory, cooking for friends and family, traveling or dragging her friends along to obscure historical sites. Serenade is her debut novel.

Fear.  It can be a paralyzing thing.  Even though fear is a construct of our own minds, we so often allow ourselves to be hung-up on the “what could happen” that we all but stumble over our fears and anxieties.  I’ve begun writing the sequel to Serenade and there’s a bit of fear there for me.  When I wrote Serenade, I jumped in, not knowing what to expect.  But this is different.  Being away fr...

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"I’ve had the honor to hear Ms. Kiebel sing and her love of music and singing come through in her novel Serenade and like her singing her writing hits all the right notes. Ms. Kiebel takes the well-known sirens from Greek mythology, dusts them off,..." Read more of this review »
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"A dreamy, delightfully romantic read.

Serenade is a beautiful story I truly enjoyed and which I found myself engaged in from the very start. I don’t read fantasy often but when I do, it has to keep my interest until the end and this is one of thos..." Read more of this review »
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"[Full disclosure: I requested and received a free ebook copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.]

I’ve actually read quite a few books about sirens now since they seemed to be trending in YA for a while, but the thing that attracted..." Read more of this review »
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