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Lisa Morgan lives in rural Upstate NY with her husband Brian, three children, a degu and precocious Siberian Husky. A lover of books and words, it has always been her desire to tell stories that the people near her could listen read, escaping the world around them by way of the page. Always having a new story idea popping into her head, sometimes at the least appropriate times, Lisa can almost always be found with a notebook and writing utensil somewhere within reach, just as her 8th grade teacher made her promise to do.
When she isn't writing or taxing kids, Lisa enjoys reading, football, cooking, singing & dancing badly; tattoos, and spending time with family and friends.
Lisa’s first published work, a short story entitled “Nothing’s Terminal” was published in the anthology “A Home for the Holidays”(Firefly & Wisp Publishing; November, 2011)and is available here at smashwords
You can follow her on twitter: @iluvvikingvamps
or at Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/lisacmorgan
on Jan. 09, 2013 :
First, let me say that I am a huge fan of the Maggie Henning & the Realm books and I absolutely loved Book 1 - Phoenix Rising, and Book 2 - Phoenix Burning. If you haven't read them, then I highly recommend that you check them out. Emerging Fates is a novella that is a companion to Phoenix Rising and Phoenix Burning and it reveals what Maggie's best friend Stephanie is doing while Maggie is dealing with the Realm in books 1 & 2. I read this novella after reading books 1 and 2 but I think that a new reader would enjoy this novella as a stand-alone...and would definitely want to read Book 1 and 2 after reading this novella.
The main characters in the novella are Stephanie (Maggie's best friend) and Hayden (a mysterious stranger who befriends Stephanie). Everyone is convinced that Maggie is dead and Stephanie refuses to believe it. Stephanie starts searching for answers and discovers alot about her best friend, herself, and her family. She also develops a relationship with Hayden.
Lisa Morgan's characters are always great and very relatable and I loved the characters of Stephanie and Hayden. I sincerely hope that Stephanie and Hayden are in the next books in the series.
(reviewed long after purchase)