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C. Gockel got her start writing fanfiction, and she is not ashamed! Much. She received emails, messages and reviews from her fans telling her she should 'do this professionally'. She didn't; because she is a coward and life as a digital designer, copywriter and coder is more dependable. But in the end, her husband's nagging wore her down: "You could be the next '50 Shades of Gray' and I could retire!" Unfortunately, the author isn't much for writing smut. She is sad about this; she'd love for her husband to be able to retire and just work for her so she could nag him.
At the moment Ms. Gockel is putting the finishing touches on "I Bring the Fire Part III: Chaos".
Ms. Gockel loves to hear from readers. She can be reached by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
on May 12, 2015 :
I read a book a day. So at 59 that's a lot of books. I Bring the Fires, l and ll was incredible. I'm so rooting for Loki. I have never been this emotionally involved in the characters in a book. I cannot wait to be able to afford the rest. Different spin on Greek mythology. Loki is just so misunderstood and with a family like his who wouldn't be a little, lol "off". Very entertaining, fun. I can see these people in my head. That's good writing. Couldn't put them down. Kudos. Highest marks. Hats off to you.
Well developed- blah, blah. I like to hear how people enjoyed the book and not dissect it. Could not put it down says MORE to me. Made me laugh. Now I'll see if you change my mind about him.
Have to say my childhood was better than his. I don't think I'm that twisted. ?? Maybe ha ha. Loved them. Loki is definitely mischievous.
(reviewed after two days, both books
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Nov. 12, 2013 :
Book 2 in the series continues a couple of months after the events of Book 1 and does a fantastic job of building the characters and world. A new main character is introduced, Agent Steve Rogers (not, not *that* Captain Rogers) and he fits into the story perfectly.
The author continues to do an excellent job of tying in existing myths through flashbacks from Loki's point of view and then expanding or tweaking them to further the, for lack of a better word, humanization of the God of Chaos.
In short, an excellent sequel that builds very well on the fun and refreshing foundation that was created in the first book.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)