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What the Thunder Said: A Project Seraphim Prequel

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"The only certainty was going forward." The year is 2129 in Ashwater, Washington. It was considered to be one of the greatest tragedies in the history of the Western Order: That day, eighteen years ago, the Battle-Brave weapon rendered the capitol into a place of death and debris. Only nobody really knows what the Battle-Brave truly is, even nearly two decades after the ...more
Paperback, 198 pages
Published March 21st 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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R. R. Washburn has been an aspiring writer ever since her first grade teacher gave her class paper and pencils and told the kids to write stuff.

Between several drafts, she has authored nine unpublished novels, as well as several short stories and novellas ranging between urban fantasy, science fiction, supernatural, and horror.

Currently she is a recovering office mule from the cubicle barnyard
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“She moved as fast as her feet could carry her, for what reason she had no certainty of.
The only certainty was going forward.”
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“Stone was fond of the sound bullets made. She was born in war, and lulled by a tune burrowed into her brain that she knew so well.” 0 likes
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