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The Witch King

(Untitled Duology #1)

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The fantasy duology tells the story of witch and angry trans boy Wyatt Croft, who wants nothing to do with his mediocre magic or his betrothal to fae prince Emyr North, but his plans to change his fate are shattered when the kingdom is threatened by a coup and Emyr comes to claim him.
Expected publication: 2021 by Inkyard Press
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MJ
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I read an early version of this book, and IT IS the transmasc book of my dreams. You will want to read this!
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If you’re into gay betrothals, friends to enemies to lovers, grumpy/sunshine duos, monstrous fae, queer found family, and trans kids fighting the fuck back, you should read it?

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H.E. Edgmon was born in the deep south but has had many homes, aspires to write stories that make people feel seen, and is secretly several gay goblins in a stolen human suit.

In both their writing and daily life, they aim to center the perspectives of Indigenous people, trans people, and survivors of trauma—and especially those who exist at the intersection of those experiences.

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