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message 1: by Seb (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod
The Group now has over 150 members and some lively and interesting discussions. But we've never introduced ourselves to each other properly!

So, let's do that.

Post here details about yourself together with concise contact information. It is essential to be concise, otherwise this listing will not function as the directory that it's intended to be. There's plenty of opportunities elsewhere in the Group posts to expand on things, so please keep everything as brief as possible here.

If you're a writer, include brief details of your book titles and the key links, together with a short (no more than 20 word) description of each book.

If you're a reviewer or reader, post brief details of your interests with links.

Best wishes


message 2: by Seb (last edited Oct 02, 2011 02:39AM) (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod
I'm Seb Kirby from NW UK.

I'm the author of the thriller Take No More, published on Kindle: US UK DE

It's a murder mystery thriller set in Florence and London.



Web page: Seb Kirby web page.


Facebook book page:

Twitter: @Seb_Kirby


message 3: by Lexi (last edited Oct 02, 2011 02:58AM) (new)

Lexi Revellian (LexiRevellian) | 37 comments I'm the author of Remix and Replica , feel-good contemporary page turners. I've sold 44,000 ebooks in the last year - thanks to all my readers :o) You can email me from my website or blog.

My US Amazon Author page:
My UK Amazon Author page:

Twitter @LexiRevellian

message 4: by Lucinda (new)

Lucinda Brant | 1 comments I'm Lucinda Brant and I write Georgian Historical Romance and Crimance (crime with lashings of romance). All my books are set between 1740 and 1780s in England and France.

My books are: The Roxton Series - Noble Satyr, Midnight Marriage and Autumn Duchess. I am currently writing Book 4 Dair Devil
Also a stand alone novel: Salt Bride: A Georgian Historical Romance
And Deadly Engagement: A Georgian Historical Mystery (an Alec Halsey Crimance Novel). I am currently completing Book 2 Deadly Affair

Twitter: @LucindaBrant
Blog: http://englishhistoryauthors.blogspot...
Amazon US Author page:
Amazon UK Author page:

message 5: by Dan (new)

Dan Ames (danames) | 1 comments Hello everyone! My name is Dani Amore and I am a crime novelist living in Los Angeles, California. Here are links to my two novels:
Death By Sarcasm by Dani Amore

Dead Wood by Dani Amore

I blog at my website,

And my Twitter handle is @authordaniamore

Thanks, look forward to getting to know everyone!

message 6: by John (new)

John Allen (JohnPaulAllen) | 2 comments Good morning - following those before me, I also write stuff. My tag is Semi-Complete Unknown Writer, which works fine. More at the bottom. Besides that I am a miracle worker for a large manufacturing company. My work number is in half the homes in America so I don't give details. I know how my friends think. I'm from Michigan, but have lived in the southern part of the U.S. for most of the last 37 years: Virginia, Florida, South Carolina, Texas and now Tennessee. Right now (and hopefully for a long time to come) I live with my girlfriend near Nashville. We met via Myspace (when people went there), agreed to meet for dinner while I was on a road trip, and I was hooked.

As for the creative side - I write horror. If interested I've got a few things on Kindle - two shorts, House Guest and Weeping Mary and a novella, Monkey Love. Bottom line - I'm a nice guy who writes bad things and I like good coffee and beer.

message 7: by Richard (last edited Oct 02, 2011 05:50AM) (new)

Richard Philbrick (goodreadscomrichard_philbrick) | 2 comments I'm Richard, a retired boat captain (yachts and small commercial craft) living in the western province of Chiriqui, Panama, not far from the Costa Rican border.

Having spent a lifetime operating and repairing boats my literary interests naturally fall towards the nautical. When I moved to Panama I was lucky enough to land a house-sitting gig high in the mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The owners of the house asked me what I planned on doing in the six months I'd be living there. I said "I'm going to write a book."

And I did ---

It's a fictionalized account of Columbus's tragic fourth voyage to the New World, and a lot of it took place right here in Panama. I don't know how often this has happened to other Kindle "Indie" authors, but my book is being translated into Spanish by a couple of girls at a local university who are working on their Master's Degree in English.

I also edited and extensively rewrote Henry Collingswood's "A Pirate of the Caribees"

I have two blogs. "One More Good Adventure" is about whatever happens to come to mind and a great deal of it is about retiring abroad and growing old in someone else's country:

And the other blog is about shantyboats and minimalist cruising: http://houseboatshantyboatbuilders.wo...

message 8: by Matt (new)

Matt Posner (MattPosner) I'm Matt Posner from New York City. I'm writing YA fantasy about School of the Ages, America's greatest magic school. My links are below.

I teach special education English in Brooklyn and I'm a loyal member of United Federation of Teachers. I'm also a poet and self-taught percussionist.

I try to help out other writers whenever I can, with shop talk or review trading -- although my time is severely limited because I work a lot of jobs.

I'm originally from Florida. My wife Julie works in Manhattan. My parents are musicians in North Carolina.

My website:
Besides promoting my writing, I also have a series of indie writer interviews which is growing regularly.

My facebook fan page:

Twitter: @schooloftheages
My sales links:
The Ghost in the Crystal at Amazon US:
The Ghost in the Crystal at Amazon UK:
The Ghost in the Crystal for Nook:
The Ghost in the Crystal in Paperback: at Amazon or
Level Three's Dream at Amazon US:
Level Three's Dream at Amazon UK:
Level Three's Dream for Nook:
With Love anthology for Japan at Amazon: featuring a supernatural story by me. Also in paperback and also sold at Smashwords.
Vampire Poet -- featuring original poetry and photography designed for a Kindle screen:
Amazon US: Amazon UK:

I'm one of the Kindle All-Stars and our website is

My band:

message 9: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 1 comments Hello, I'm Debra Webb. I'm from Huntsville, Alabama, and before I started writing I worked in NASA's Space Shuttle Program. This summer I debuted my first Jackie Mercer mystery series novel, DIRTY. Recently I published several sassy and spicy romances from the "early" years (these stories once had lives as Kensington Precious Gems). Later this month I will release a new thriller series! I am very excited about The Faces of Evil!

message 10: by Stuart (new)

Stuart Jaffe | 3 comments Hi all. I'm Stuart Jaffe. I've been writing short stories for almost 20 years and now I'm putting out a post-apocalyptic fantasy series. The first book is now out and called The Way of the Black Beast. If you really want to get a feel for who I am, you can listen me on The Eclectic Review podcast ( And, of course, you can read my work:

Novel: The Way of the Black Beast (The Malja Chronicles) by Stuart Jaffe Short Story Collection: 10 Bits of My Brain by Stuart Jaffe

message 11: by Ben (new)

Ben Hourigan (benhourigan) | 2 comments Wow, well done, Lexi, on your 44K! I hope I can learn something from you... (Just downloaded Remix.)

I'm an editor and publisher from Melbourne, Australia, and at present I write literary fiction with a focus on sex and relationships. I'm also interested in fantasy and SF, which made up the bulk of my reading when I was a child, and may write in those genres in the future. My biggest influences are Le Guin, Kenzaburo Oe, and Milan Kundera.

My first novel is called No More Dreams, which I am serializing in ebook format. The first volume, Kiss Me, Genius Boy is out now on Kindle:

Other things

twitter: @benhourigan
Amazon US author page:
Amazon UK author page:

I look forward to getting to know you all better.

message 12: by Libby (new)

Libby I'm a crime fiction author with 8 novels out plus a collection of short stories. Most are traditionally published but are all on Kindle. My newest release, TOXICITY, is indie.

Here's a link to my Amazon author page:

I'm happy to be here.

message 13: by Barbara (new)

Barbara Tarn (Barb65) Hi there, I'm an adult fantasy writer with a few titles out on Kindle... and another coming out next week (hopefully - cover artist is LATE). I try also to put out one sci-fi title per year, and this year's is already out, along with the fantasy novels.
Here's the link to my Amazon author page:
Smashwords author page:
and Lulu spotlight for print books:
My blog:
Nice meeting you all!

message 14: by Sibel (last edited Oct 02, 2011 09:26AM) (new)

Sibel Hodge | 2 comments Hey, everyone! I write romantic comedies and chick lit mysteries, with the odd thriller thrown in. In my spare time I'm Wonder Woman!

Here are my books:

Fourteen Days Later (Romantic Comedy) by Sibel Hodge
The Fashion Police (Comedy Mystery) by Sibel Hodge How to Dump Your Boyfriend in the Men's Room (and other short stories) by Sibel Hodge
Be Careful What You Wish For (Amber Fox Mystery) by Sibel Hodge My Perfect Wedding (Romantic Comedy) by Sibel Hodge Trafficked The Diary of a Sex Slave by Sibel Hodge

Happy reading everyone! :)

message 15: by Nick (new)

Nick Wastnage (NickWastnage) | 16 comments I'm a crime writer.

I’ve worked in a seaside arcade, as a record salesman, a decorator, a merchant banker, a marine and a retailer. I was once shot by terrorists and winched from the jungle into a helicopter and flown to hospital. I live with my wife in Bucks, UK.

I've written seven books, six of them published as paperbacks, and are in the process of converting them all into ebooks. Two are up online.

More information can be found on my website, blog and FB fan page.

Twitter @nickwastnage

message 16: by Kasi (new)

Kasi Blake (KCBlake) | 7 comments I'm a YA Urban Fantasy writer although I used to write romantic suspense for Harlequin. These are my books; I have two series going at once.

Vampires Rule (The Rule #1) by K.C. Blake

Werewolves Rule by K.C. Blake
The second book in the series.

Crushed The Witch-Game Series (Volume 1) by K. C. Blake

They are also available at B&N.

Twitter: @kasiblake

message 17: by Gail (new)

Gail Baugniet | 8 comments Lexi wrote: "I'm the author of Remix and Replica, feel-good contemporary page turners. I've sold 44,000 ebooks in the last year - thanks to all my readers :o) You can email me from my website or blog.


Congratulations on your successful number of sales this year, Lexi. I'll check out your books.

message 18: by Larry (new)

Larry Kahn (LarryKahn) | 1 comments Hi, all. I'm an attorney and thriller/suspense author. Here are links to my two novels, King of Paine and The Jinx, and places where you can learn more about them and me.

My Website & Blog:
My Facebook Fan Page:

Keep an eye out for the King of Paine blog tour, December 1-21. In addition to reviews, interviews, and guest posts, a new Kindle Touch 3G will be given away along with other book-related prizes.

Great idea to get everybody connected and talking!


King of Paine by Larry Kahn The Jinx by Larry Kahn

message 19: by Gail (new)

Gail Baugniet | 8 comments Aloha, everyone. I am Gail Baugniet, originally from a small town "45 minutes south of Green Bay, Wisconsin." Once a cheesehead, always ... but my intolerance to subzero weather has me now residing in Honolulu, HI.

Earlier this year, I released my first Pepper Bibeau mystery novel, FOR EVERY ACTION There Are Consequences, available in ebook format on Amazon and Smashwords.

You can find me on Twitter (@GailMBaugniet) and Facebook.
Gail Baugniet, Author

This month I am celebrating my birthday and the publication of my first novel with a Cherries Jubilee book blog tour. For more information about the tour, please visit my blog site ( It’s no MYSTERY

message 20: by Billie (new)

Billie Hinton (goodreadscombillieh) | 2 comments Hi, all,

I'm a writer and psychotherapist who lives on a small horse farm in NC with husband, teens, cats, Corgis, horses, and miniature donkeys.

My small press, November Hill, publishes my titles as well as photography.

So far, I have four novels out. Three are adult literary fiction/suspense and one is a middle grade fantasy/adventure:


href=" Meaning of Isolated Objects

href=" That Might Be Omens

href=" Transformation (The Magical Pony School series)

For more information on me, November Hill, or the books, you can click over to my GoodReads page where I think I have all the pertinent info listed!

Thanks and it's terrific to meet all of you.


message 21: by Randy (new)

Randy Attwood (randyatwood) | 28 comments Hello, fellow group members. I'm semi-retired so have time now to epublish and promote fiction that I've worked on since I was in my 20s. Each is distinct from the other. None fits easily into genres. I have eight works available now with more to come:

I pretty much explain me at

This post gets the most hits:

Here's my email address for direct contact:

message 22: by Tracey (last edited Oct 02, 2011 07:14PM) (new)

Tracey Alley (TraceyA) Hi all,
My name's Tracey Alley, my friends all call me Trace, I write fantasy fiction including short stories and do some flash fiction on my website. My current fantasy series is available from Amazon, Smashwords etc
Erich's Plea
Ursula's Quest: Book Two of The Witchcraft Wars
Slade's Destiny: Book Three of the Witchcraft Wars

I don't get as much time as I'd like to participate in these groups but I will pop in from time to time to say hello and I look forward to getting to know you all better.

message 23: by Seb (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod

Well done those who've posted so far. Spread the word. If you have a close contact who's a member of the Group and they haven't appeared here, why not give them a nudge?

Best wishes


message 24: by Robert (new)

Robert Bannon | 2 comments Lexi wrote: "I'm the author of Remix and Replica, feel-good contemporary page turners. I've sold 44,000 ebooks in the last year - thanks to all my readers :o) You can email me from my website or blog.


Lexi - would you share any tips and ideas that helped you sell that many books last year?

message 25: by Katherine (new)

Katherine Holmes (klouholmes) | 4 comments Hi all,

I'm Katherine and am a Goodreads author with my middle grade fantasy The House in Windward Leaves. I'm anticipating the publication of a short story collection after winning the Prize Americana for Fiction.

My website:

Amazon link:

The House in Windward Leaves by Katherine L. Holmes

My blog is:

Glad to exchange views, reviews, and advice on publishing.


message 26: by R. Scott (new)

R. Scott Anderson MD | 2 comments I'm Russell Scott Anderson M.D. If that seems pretentious I include it all to explain my writing history.
R. S. Anderson is a screenwriter with six feature length screenplays, including the feature film Teary Sockets, and the feature Still Standing Tall that was written on spec, it's been looked at by Tyler Perry and Harpo.
Russell Scott is the author of the novel Time Donors WantedTime Donors Wanted and has a new novel The Hard Times coming out in November.
Scott Anderson M.D. Is the author of the monthly columns Una Voce, and now Uncommon Thread in the Journal of the Mississippi State Medical Association. Those columns are being collected and offered at as short monographs, that will be merged into book form in the spring. If you want to shape a book, come and check them out.

message 27: by Seb (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod

Just to say that the information exchange is looking good so far.

If you have writer colleagues who you think should be here, please let them know.

When I send out the weekly members message on Sunday, I'll add in a reminder along with the other goodies.

Best wishes


message 28: by Regan (last edited Oct 09, 2011 06:51PM) (new)

Regan Black | 2 comments Hello everyone! I'm Regan Black from South Carolina. I write the action-packed paranormal romance/urban fantasy series, Shadows of Justice.
The first four novels, Justice Incarnate, Invasion of Justice, Veil of Justice, and Tracking Shadows are all available on kindle as well as several short stories.
In September, I launched a new lighthearted paranormal romance series with The Matchmaker's Mark set in Charleston, SC.

Link to all my books on kindle:



twitter: @ReganBlack



Thanks for creating this group!

message 29: by Regan (new)

Regan Black | 2 comments Katherine wrote: "Hi all,

I'm Katherine and am a Goodreads author with my middle grade fantasy The House in Windward Leaves. I'm anticipating the publication of a short story collection after winning the Prize Am..."

Congratulations on the Prize Americana, Katherine!

message 30: by Steve (new)

Steve (SteveSilkin) | 2 comments Hi, I'm Steve Silkin. I've lived in New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris and traveled around Europe. I started a career in journalism at the International Herald Tribune in Paris and I came back to California where I've worked at newspapers and other publications since the '80s. My books are:

The Cemetery Vote

Too Lucky

The Forbidden Stories and

The Telescope Builder and Other Stories

message 31: by Cliff (new)

Cliff Ball (cliffball) | 4 comments Hi. I'm Cliff Ball, I live in Texas, I have a BA in English, and thinking of pursuing an MA in Technical Communications. I write science fiction and thrillers, and have published 4 novels so far.

The Usurper a political intrigue novel

Shattered Earth: an alternate history science fiction novel e-book free for now on Amazon, B&N, apple, and sony

Out of Time: a time travel novel the e-book goes for $.99 everywhere

Don't Mess With Earth

My website is
twitter: @cliff_ball

message 32: by Seb (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod

Hi! Great title. Great description. Hope this does well.

Maybe consider adding some tags on your amazon page?

message 33: by Seb (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod

Yes, they help readers (and amazon) get an idea what areas of interest your book covers.

Best wishes


message 34: by Jessica (last edited Oct 19, 2011 01:17PM) (new)

Jessica (JessicaLowdon) | 1 comments Hello! I'm a freelance editor and book reviewer. I work on a variety of genres, but what I really love working on are sci-fi, fantasy, and YA. I review the same genres.

Jessica Klassen Editorial Services

StarLit is my book blog.

Looking forward to getting to know everyone.

message 35: by Randy (new)

Randy Attwood (randyatwood) | 28 comments Steve wrote: "Hi, I'm Steve Silkin. I've lived in New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris and traveled around Europe. I started a career in journalism at the International Herald Tribune in Paris and I came back..."

I used to love the International Herald Tribune when I lived in Italy and Japan! That was in the 1970s. Must go look at your books!

message 36: by Steve (new)

Steve (SteveSilkin) | 2 comments Randy wrote: "Steve wrote: "Hi, I'm Steve Silkin. I've lived in New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris and traveled around Europe. I started a career in journalism at the International Herald Tribune in Paris a..."

Thanks! I'll check out yours, too. I was in Europe from 78 to 86, at the IHT from 83 to 86 ... good times! I've read your posts: I went to the Uffizi when it was crowded, would've loved to have the place to myself! (There were a few rainy days in Paris when I had some of the galleries of the Louvre to myself, pretty trippy.) I've got an Italian travel story here:

message 37: by Randy (new)

Randy Attwood (randyatwood) | 28 comments Thanks for sharing that story and its journalistic-observer point of view. I need to read more of your stuff to see how you turned that approach into your fiction voice and will do so. I've never been pleased with anything I've done from my Italian stays. But let me share a story in a similar vein of your Brindisi theme. I don't have it online anywhere. Email it to you, if you send me an address to use. Mine is

This epublishing experience is a trip indeed.

message 38: by Seb (last edited Oct 21, 2011 12:57PM) (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod

I 'liked' your book and agreed the tags. Good luck with it; I hope it does well.



Steve / Randy

Great to hear about these Italy connections. My thriller Take No More draws on frequent visits to Florence. I love the atmosphere there.

message 39: by Kevin (new)

Kevin Breaux (kevinbreaux) | 3 comments My name is Kevin James Breaux. I am a multi-genre author. Best known for my dark fantasy and horror works.

Soul Born, is book one in the Soul Born Saga, from Dark Quest Books.

My newest release is a horror-thriller called Dark Water: Beaming Smile. It is from Hellfire Publishing.

You can also find me here and at my own site


Kevin James Breaux

message 40: by Andre Jute (last edited Oct 23, 2011 02:02PM) (new)

Andre Jute (AndreJute) | 52 comments Hi, I'm Andre Jute. I'm a writer and editor. There are about three hundred editions of my books in a dozen or so languages. Here are some that are on the Kindle. On the Kindle $2.99. In paperback mostly $9.99.

STIEG LARSSON Man, Myth & Mistress by Andre Jute STIEG LARSSON Man, Myth & Mistress by Andrew McCoy
Literary biography

IDITAROD a novel of The Greatest Race on Earth by André Jute IDITAROD a novel of The Greatest Race on Earth by André Jute

The Meyersco Helix by Andrew McCoy
by Andrew McCoy (as editor)

More, samples, biog, opinions, contacts:
Goodreads: ROBUST:

message 41: by Alex (new)

Alex Metcalf | 2 comments Hello all,
Been lurking about forever...finally thought I'd say hello.
I'm a transplanted New Yorker, now with my back up against the Pacific. I've been a screenwriter/playwright for many years, just started down the prose path with my first novel, Where The Sun Don't Shine, a Venice beach noir.
Where The Sun Don't Shine by Alex Metcalf

message 42: by Larry (last edited Oct 23, 2011 03:05PM) (new)

Larry Moniz (LarryMoniz) | 109 comments K.C. wrote: "I'm a YA Urban Fantasy writer although I used to write romantic suspense for Harlequin. These are my books; I have two series going at once.

Vampires Rule (The Rule #1) by K.C. Blake"

Ahh, another Harlequin alumnus. I used to handle publicity for Harlequin while I worked at a major agency in New York. Back in the big growth years of the early '80s.

Murder in the Pinelands (Inside Story) by Larry Moniz The Rebellion by Larry Moniz Dead Storage by Larry Moniz Self-Promotion for Authors by Larry Moniz

message 43: by Martin (new)

Martin Lake (goodreadscommartin_lake) | 3 comments Hi, I'm Martin Lake. I have a series of novels set in the years following the Norman Invasion of England. Two novels are available: Resistance and Wasteland.

I also have some collections of short stories: For King and Country, The Big School, Nuggets and Mr Toad's Wedding.

I am working on a novel set in nineteenth century England and Australia and revising a book on Jerusalem in the twelfth century.

My work has been broadcast on radio. I won first prize in the Kenneth Grahame Society competition to write a story based on 'The Wind in the Willows.' You can get the collection, 'The Wind in the Willows Short Stories' from Amazon.

You can find my blogs at
or at

Twitter @martinlake14.


Amazon USA

Amazon UK

message 44: by Kyra (new)

Kyra Gates (koolaid) | 2 comments Kyra Gates author of Walkers and Tortured Soul
Tortured Soul is the follow up to Walkers; both are vampire books, you can follow me at http://www.walkersanewgenerationofvam...
I'm also on goodreads. Tortured Soul will be released in a few weeks! I can be emailed at

message 45: by S.M. (new)

S.M. Johnson (SMJohnsonWrites) I am startled I haven't introduced myself yet, so I will get on that now!

I'm SM Johnson, and I write lots of stuff. I have a BDSM ebook called Above the Dungeon with Torquere Press, and just released the sequel, Out of the Dungeon, yesterday on Smashwords.

I also have a gay vampire trilogy contracted with Rebel Satori Press out of Maine. The first two are out in paperback and (more slowly) ebooks, and the 3rd scheduled for sometime in 2012.

All my stuff is listed on my books page at or my Goodreads author page.

Nice to meet everybody!

message 46: by Maurice (new)

Maurice Nicholson | 5 comments
Hello Everyone, my name is Maurice Nicholson and I have recently joined the Goodreads Author Program.
I have worked as a veterinarian for most of my life, both in Europe and the Middle East but writing has always been a secret passion of mine.

Call down the Hawk is a thriller with the non-stop action flitting from strife torn Northern Ireland to the deserts of Muammar Gaddafi’s Libya. At its centre is a conflicted hero fighting for his wife and his life and with his past rapidly catching up with him.

My Facebook Page has photographs of some of the locations I have used in Call down the Hawk.

My Website carries my blog and more details of my work. I am at present working on my second thriller.

message 47: by Seb (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod

Welcome Maurice, Dr S and all who've recently posted their details.

Best wishes


message 48: by Kae (new)

Kae Cheatham (uppitywoman) | 7 comments Hello readers and writers!

I fall into both of those categories.
I've been on GR for a while now, and really enjoy all the interaction. This group looks like it will give a lot of that. [fist pump] Yea!

As a reader, I really like mysteries. I also read some Science Fiction, and "literary" books. Non-fiction also gets my attention, especially if it's science oriented.
I review a lot of what I read. The reviews are on my blog Mental Geysers and that feeds to my GR blog.

As an author, I have several titles, with a new one, DEAD HEROES, coming out for e-readers next week. (print edition in January) It's science fiction. I also have historical fiction titles.

My Web site, another blog, and I'm on Facebook and Google+

I look forward to interesting communications.

message 49: by Olivia (new)

Olivia (olivia_boler) | 3 comments My name is Olivia Boler, and I'm from San Francisco, CA, USA. I have one novel, Year of the Smoke Girl Year of the Smoke Girl by Olivia J. Boler, which is rather old (2000), so not an ebook, although I'd like to get it converted. It's a literary coming-of-age novel. I plan to publish my first ebook, a novel, titled The Flower Bowl Spell, in January 2012. This one will be a little lighter, paranormal/urban fantasy with a romantic twist.

message 50: by Seb (new)

Seb (SebKirby) | 338 comments Mod

Welcome. Good to hear about your interesting work. I hear that women's SF is very current. So best wishes for success with 'Dead Heroes'.

(My second novel, currently about 50% completed, has taken on a semi SF life of its own; quite exciting, really!)


Welcome. And best wishes for The Flower Bowl Spell' in January!

Best wishes


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