K.A. Poe's books aim to remedy the limp, helpless heroine that plagues many paranormal and urban fantasy novels by introducing strong, kick-ass female leads. Combining suspense and adventure with non-explicit romance, her Nevermore and Forevermore series have enticed hundreds of thousands of readers. From vampires to witches and werewolves, you will find what hundreds of five-star reviews confirm - once you join the adventure, you'll never want to stop.
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K.A. Poe's passions have always been writing and reading, escaping reality and starting adventures in worlds beyond the mundane familiarity of Earth. Full of imagination, creativity and wonderment, K.A. Poe almost always has a fresh idea in mind for a new tale to tell. When she isn't reading or writing she can be found playing video games or designing in Photoshop. She is a hoarder of colorful socks and admirer of squirrels and penguins (and by "admirer", this clearly means she squeals at the mere sight of either animal).
She resides in the deserts of Arizona with her husband and daughter. Accompanying the trio is K.A. Poe's writing assistant Aries (who happens to be a cat and doesn't do much in the way of assisting or writing, unless you consider sleeping on the keyboard helpful... ) and their two other furry companions - Lyra and Gemini.
Currently Released Novels:
The King's Hourglass
Darius: Through the Rift
on Dec. 13, 2012 :
I gave this book the old college try of 25 pages...and while I admire the author and her dearest Adam for encouragement and assistance, I wished Adam could have been a bit more critical.
*We first learn the protagonist's father's name completely by chance on page 16 (It's Desmond).
*The main character doesn't need to 'recognize immediately as a volleyball'...it's a volleyball. Karen could inquire as she 'passed me a volleyball'.
*'We passed a field of feasting bovine.' A cow pasture? It's not a science text.
*Last, nobody 'unexpectedly' puts their hand on a stranger's face without serious attention from the stranger being touched.
Ms. Poe, I'm sorry I couldn't get much past the 25 page mark. I'll give your work 3 stars because I could follow the narrative, and it started becoming intriguing despite odd wording choices and developments that were difficult to believe.
(review of free book)