Posts tagged Mercenary
Beasts and Blood by Kim Letendre
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Never cheat an assassin.

Hailing from Canada, Kim spends most her time either studying, fencing on her school’s varsity team or working, and writes in her spare time, both in French and English, though most of her published work is in French. Her genre of predilection is fantasy, both for writing and for the media she consumes, though she has dabbled in science fiction. She mostly writes short stories though she has hopes of one day finishing the novel she has been working on, which Aurelius originally comes from. She harbours love for anything related to creativity, from music to tattoos, without forgetting 50s fashion.
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The Gilded Treasure by Alyssa Evetts
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Currently halfway through writing her first high fantasy novel, 'Obsidia', Alyssa manages to juggle her passion for writing while raising two young boys. Raised in the South she found at a yS2.49 The Gilded Treasureoung age her first love inside of the local library, and it had been steadfast relationship since then. Still addicted to the adventures that rests between the pages of a good book, she hopes one day to bring the world's that rest inside her head to life on page and inspire the next generation of readers to set off on their own adventures.

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Basilisk on a Yellow Field by Jon Cronshaw
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Jon Cronshaw is a UK-based science fiction and fantasy author. He has published three short story collections, Host, The Gibson Continuum, and Her Name Was Red.

His debut novel Wizard of the Wasteland is out now. He has a PhD in the history of art and has seen his writing published in regional and national newspapers across the UK, including the Metro and Guardian. He's an ex-gamer, a guide dog owner, a voracious reader, and a certified geek.

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The Senior Guy Did Not Like Being Alone In The Office After Midnight by Mary Clemons
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Mary has spent many years in the software industry watching a great deal of interesting things which are both good and bad.  After the last episode of undesirable activities in the workplace, she decided it was time to leave the office and put her fingers back to work documenting what she's seen and experienced instead of writing down the steps to enter data into software applications.  She would love to go back to getting paid by a corporation but is very wary of who she will have to deal with this time.  Plus, she’s getting too old for the hijinks and silliness required to withstand an open cubicle plan and next time her cubicle-mates are going to see a slightly more stern version that will say the following “time to work” to others.