Discordia - Short Stories from The Golden Apple of Discord

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In every novel there are stories that shouldn't be told in one manuscript. In the first book of The Discord Trilogy, we meet witches, vampires, and governments. Together these characters create a layered and complex world that leaves us wanting more. Discordia is a collection of behind the scene stories that give us a second course at a banquet The Golden Apple of Discord started. More
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About Lauren Hodge

I'm Lauren Hodge, a chemist turned author with three children, a lot of friends no one else can see, and a swearing habit. Writing is something I stumbled into on accident. I was reading fiction for the first time as an adult and wondered if I could do it. It never crossed my mind to publish until my twin got a hold of my manuscripts and pressured me into it like the cool drug seeking kid from the After School Specials.

Because of that, my books are different. I don't write because I have a story to tell. I write because there is a story inside my head and it's merely using my fingers to get out. I enjoy writing protagonists that are flawed and enemies that aren't. Not everyone is all good or all bad and I love the philosophical process of defining that grey area.

There are two parts of communication. What is articulated and what is received for only the latter can compel action. You, the reader, are more important than me, the author. I relish understanding what you receive from my articulation. To help with that, I have editors - lots and lots of editors. Editors are the heroes authors need, but not the heroes they deserve. As an author, I strive every day to be worthy of professional editors.

I'm the oldest of seven and have an identical twin/perfect organ donor.

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Review by: Hextejas on July 14, 2014 :
I don't know how to describe this compendium. I read it, thoroughly enjoyed it and proceeded to buy Abomination and Rubicon. Now I am thinking that there is much that I missed by not reading the complete Golden Apple first.
This is an outstanding trilogy and I can't put it down.
Highly recommended and I would like to see whatever else is in Lauren Hodges mind.
(review of free book)
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