Buy Books By Me!

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Count Taka and The Vampire Brides! A Comedy of Epic Vampire Bromance.

 

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A Net of Dawn and Bones.

And the sequel to A Net of Dawn and Bones is now out, Seeds of Blood.

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I also do signed copies if people want them, through my ebay site. violet_grower

Count Taka signed.

A Net of Dawn and Bones signed.

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8 thoughts on “Buy Books By Me!

  1. Just finished Count Taka. It really wouldn’t be a story by you if we didn’t have Tropers in there, right? XD Love the book immensely. That final fight scene? Gratifyingly chaotic. So sad it’s over.
    Definitely tell us when the next one becomes available, yeah? Any of them. Because, Kae’s words of “How are we gonna top this next year?” is just making me giggle!
    Thank you so much for writing! These stories are such treasures!

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  2. One thing I would have wished had happened differently in A Net of Dawn and Bones is for alchemists to deal their potions like modern day drug dealers, who had to stop using street corners even in bad neighborhoods due to the drug war. Now, they use sites like Silk Road and they don’t really tell you what you’re getting at a tremendous human cost. Of course, I am aware that the potion dealers were not shown, just mentioned on the back.

    And I’d like to see the alchemical equivalent of carfentanil, which is so potent that it puts Spider’s Web to shame. Why not call it telamine?

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  3. About Count Taka, who told you “wetland” had replaced “swamp”? Ecologists call swamps swamps all the time.

    Was there really a time when “swamp” was unacceptable?

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    1. Look up the current and past history of wetlands and water management, especially in relation to the EPA. I’m well aware ecologists still call a wetland with trees a swamp. However, when you get the lawyers involved, things get complicated.

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      1. Where is your source? And thank you for telling me you knew that. And I can see lawyers being out of step with science. There was a lawyer who didn’t see why sticking a meat thermometer in hamburger wouldn’t work out.

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