Hello! I write fantasy and science fiction because who doesn’t like getting lost in fantastical worlds with sentient dragons and laser swords? If I’m not writing, I’m reading, watching a good anime, or playing board games.
I LOVE to read:
- epic fantasy
- soft sci-fi
- historical fantasy
- historical fiction
- enemies -to-lovers
- anything with dragons
- well-developed magic systems
- slightly creepy or eerie fantasy plots
- Brandon Sanderson
- Garth Nix
- Tamora Pierce
Some of my Favorite Books:
- The Riyria Revelations series by Michael J. Sullivan
- The Stormlight Archive & The Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson
- Eragon by Christopher Paolini
- The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine
- Sabriel by Garth Nix
- The Song of the Lioness quartet by Tamora Pierce
I will not read:
- erotica or anything close
- present tense
- urban/contemporary fantasy (UNLESS it’s a portal fantasy…then I’ll consider)
On the precipice of war between the three Earths, Jade Earth sends a motley crew that includes cocky Hoverpilot Kase Shackley and idealistic scholar Hallie Walker to the mystical “dark side of the world” from which no one has ever returned. When the journey turns deadly, Kase and his crew must learn to rely on each other; otherwise, Jade Earth might lose the war before it even begins.
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