Mandy Oviatt is a disabled veteran of the U.S. Army and currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona with her evil wizard husband and two ferocious and terrifying mini schnauzers.
She has a Masters' degree in History from the University of Houston, Clear Lake.
Mandy is the oldest of 5 children, with only one brother. Other than writing, she enjoys video games, reading, blogging, and has lived in Georgia, Florida, Texas, and Germany. She maintains blogs at landofnerds.com and moonsedai.wordpress.com, where she discusses her own struggles with chronic pain and illness.
Her personal Nectar and Ambrosia are Dr. Pepper and M&Ms, though she would never turn down Firefly, Doctor Who, or Star Wars.
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The Demigod Interviews: Julian King
In this version, Olisbeth Mason interviews Julian King, son of Aphrodite.
Julian King is the son of Aphrodite and works as a marriage and family therapist. He is also the designer and founder of a very prestigious dating website, where he's made millions of dollars helping people find their soul mates via the internet.
What is it like growing up when your mother is the goddess of Love and Lust?
The Demigod Interviews: Sean Andrews
Meet Sean Andrews, a United States Marine and son of Ares, as he tells his story to the "young college student" that wants to know about his heritage. Born in the 1960s in Texas, Sean grew up thinking his father dead in the Vietnam War. Except.... Ares is still alive, and has a plan for his son.
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Smashwords book reviews by Mandy Oviatt
- Roe - A Life in After World
on Jan. 11, 2014
Roe is a great story, and a quick read.
While the story seems to shift partway through, the story is wrapped up nicely.
Read my full review at landofnerds.com/?p=1827
- Aster - A Life in After World
on June 09, 2014
The story of Aster is fascinating. She begins life, or her life in the story, a virtual blank slate. She knows nothing of who she is, where she came from, or even her identity, and develops her own identity as she matures in the Church, and becomes a Nun to help teach people. She doesn’t allow her Mother, the Church, or even her lover to define her personality or her life. She takes an identity, accepts it, and grows up to become an independent person.
It’s really a great story of how a young woman with no past develops into a strong, mature, fierce woman.
The story combines a number of elements: love, coming of age, disaster, intrigue, mysterious pasts, and a seemingly too-powerful antagonist.
The story is more than that. I like Aster. I want to be her friend and hang out with her. She's an amazing young woman and I hope Eric Johnson includes more of her life story (and that of her family) in future books.