Juliann Whicker

Biography

Juliann Whicker was raised with chickens, goats, and a cow named Mrs. Mooley who everyone (neighbors included) chased down the street in a small college town. She now lives in Southeastern Ohio with her four children, husband, and all the ticks and poison ivy a soul could crave.

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Books

Watergirl
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 100,970. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Fantasy
(5.00)
Watergirl is a light, YA paranormal, a little bit like Pride and Prejudice, only with mermaids. It's a book about true and not-so-true love, and all the things in between.
House of Slide, Hybrid
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 139,270. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
(4.83)
Dariana Sanders finally has her own soul, untouched, perfect, the way her brother wanted it to be, but life is more complicated than ever. With demons attacking, visits to the principle's office, and taking her place as Daughter of the House of Slide, Dariana must learn quickly how to control her abilities or die trying.
Hotblood a House of Slide Novel
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 121,900. Language: English. Published: March 26, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Urban
(3.92)
He stole a kiss from the wrong girl… Left without a soul, 17-year-old Dariana Sanders waited to die. Enter Lewis Axel Nialls. He can save her from the forces that wish to destroy her. Of course who’s going to save him, from her?

Juliann Whicker’s tag cloud

a    action    blood bound    demons    epic fantasy    fantasy    house of slide    magic abilities    mermaid    monsters    nether    paranomal    paranormal romance    powers abilities    runes    series    siren    soul mates    soulmate    soulmates    teen    true love    urban fantasy    ya romance    young adult   

Smashwords book reviews by Juliann Whicker

  • Lady of the Veils on March 30, 2011

    What an intense ride! This book took me from high school to a Tim Burton directed Seelie underworld. It was a fascinating mixture of folklore, high school, and the Wizard of Oz. My favorite part was where the heroine loses her name and becomes trapped in a black and white emotionless world without any loss of pace or my attention. I love how the writer manages to make wherever Karen is feel real however imaginative and unreal they may be. These are realistic and complicated characters in a rich and subtly portrayed world. I think people would like this who like Holly Black's Faery world, Or Carrie Jones' Need series as well as Brenna Yanoff's "The Replacement". I think that for a YA it has more adult themes and would recommend it for older teens or adults.
  • Unhinged on Nov. 06, 2013

    This story definitely held my interest, and while the language wasn't particularly inspiring, it conveyed a certain voice. I enjoyed the pacing, the world building, the plot, but most of all, I liked the underlying theme of coping with or not coping with loss and trying to move on. I thought the author nailed the turmoil and conflict we feel dealing with the death of a loved one.