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Alysa Auriemma

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I’m a fantasy and queer contemporary author who just loves it when OH MY GOD THEY WERE ROOMMATES. I’m inspired by absolutely everything and everyone, and I believe writing about pretty people mouth-touching is a form of resistance. Join me!

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Alysa Auriemma The way Sarah J. Maas describes the Night Court is absolutely spectacular, and I would love to visit there during Starfall.
Alysa Auriemma "I mean, I'm sorry you felt that way," he said, pulling the knife upward. "But let's talk about what you did to deserve it."
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