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Ready to indulge in Wrathos, my epic dark fantasy multiverse of feminine rage? Before you do, check out this helpful guide to get you started. It includes the recommended reading order and gives you a concise overview of what I’m aiming to accomplish with these books.

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Please note that if you’re outside of the United States and one of my books is unavailable to you, I have no control over physical distribution internationally. I recommend reaching out to Amazon Customer Support and requesting the book!

After you’re done reading any of my books, please consider leaving a written review on Amazon and GoodReads. If you’re curious about how reviews help boost my book, keep scrolling. If not, then happy (or sad, really) reading!

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Looking For the Sequel to For Mist and Tar and Book 5 in Wrathos: For Blood and Flame?

You can add For Blood and Flame on GoodReads to show your interest, but BE WARNED — the summary contains spoilers to book one, For Mist and Tar.

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The Importance of a Written Review (Even If I Don’t Look At Them)

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I stay out of reviewer spaces. This is not only to protect my mental health but to protect your right to critically analyze my work without judgement if you so please. Written reviews, especially when left on Amazon, will help boost my books in their algorithm.

While I may not personally look at my reviews, other readers do! Many readers shop purely based on both positive and critical reviews. When writing your review (if you’re unsure what to write), just speak on how the book made you feel while reading. Feel free to go deeper, but if you’re just looking to help me out with a sentence or two, that’s totally fine.

Just know that reviews are never mandatory or expected, but they are always greatly appreciated!