Jaime Buncie

Biography

Jaime Buncie was born Jaime Marie Hoelle in Exeter, New Hampshire in 1976. At 8 she moved to Middletown, NJ, and at 9 moved to Highlands where she spent the rest of her teenage years growing up and making friends. Her heart is still with everyone from there. She graduated at 17 years old from Henry Hudson Regional.

Jaime got married and started a family in 1997, then went to college, graduating in 2011 with an Associates in Criminal Justice. She started her first book, Makagromme, while working in a little family-owned pizza shop in western PA while still in college, and finished after moving to Lake Wales, FL, where she currently resides with her husband and two children.

Her first book, Makagromme, was published in July 2013. Her second book, Erkogromme was published in August 2013.

Where to find Jaime Buncie online

Twitter: JaimeBuncie
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Where to buy in print


Books

Gabrielle-A Gromme Mini
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Price: Free! Words: 4,600. Language: English. Published: May 6, 2014. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
Short story about Gabrielle, 5 years before the events in Makagromme, before she finds out about magic. May contain foul language.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jaime Buncie

  • Dark Genesis on April 07, 2013

    This book made my Holy-Crap-That-Was-Good shelf...that should tell you something right off. I really enjoyed this book. I'm not going to give anything away, other reviewers do that. All I have to say is that this was VERY well written, well developed characters, great descriptions, and I will be reading this again. Thank you for allowing us to have a chance to read such a great story.
  • Element, Part 1 on April 25, 2013

    From the beginning, I was hooked. The plot is great. I wanna be Element... Natalie Vega is a college student who tests some experimental drug. She becomes Element. I'm not going to give any spoilers, I hate when that happens. Just know that this is a great read. I can't wait for part 2!!!
  • The Boy who Lit up the Sky (The Two Moons of Rehnor, Book 1) on June 15, 2013

    Not a bad first book. It felt a little rushed in places, but overall, good. Would like to read more to see where it goes.