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I am an anglophone writer in Quebec province, Canada. I like to write epic fantasy with romantic elements and particularly enjoy stories of relationships between men, though this is not my only reading interest. My published stories often have glbtq content.
The Soulstone Chronicles blurb: An enigmatic deity reborn as a human being has been enslaved to work the downfall of the religious sects governing a coastal crescent of his world, but nothing can contain this perilous individual forever, not the memory-crippling blackness of death, the ominous earth goddess who seeks to recapture him, or the powerful spell that binds his soul to a stone.
The chronological order of the series is as follows: Bound in Stone, The Gryphon Taint, The Disposition of Ashes, The Redemption of Tehlm Sevet. Future sets are planned: The Sun Bane, The Apostate God, and Hell Walker.
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In case you are interested, I have an alter ego for a paranormal romance series that does not have a strong GLBTQ focus. You can find my other work at the following link (or look for the ocarina image under the cat butt):
on April 11, 2014 :
If any part of you is uncertain about buying the sequel to Bound in Stone: Volume One, let me assure you that every purchase in this series is completely worth the price. I'm stingy, I don't spend my money without cringing and double-thinking it, but The Soulstone Chronicles is such an amazing series! I plan to re-read all of the books now that I have finished the last book.
Be aware, though .. this is not Narnia, these books feature mature content that many mass-produced books you'd find in the bookstore wouldn't dare to discuss!
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
on Aug. 26, 2012 :
Again, i'm cheating in my review. Just read Samdarius' review. My sentiments exactly. I'm into the 3rd book of the series right now and don't want it to end.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
on Aug. 15, 2012 :
As stated in my review of the first book of the Soulstone Chronicles I find this book extremely likeable. It continues to draw you in the story that once you start reading you cannot stop. There's always the next chapter to read even if it is 1 hour in the morning and I had to stop myself reading to finally go to sleep only to find myself making extra spare time the next day to continue reading.
This is one of the most enjoyable series I have read so far.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)