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Language: English
ISBN: 9781370470747
About Jessica Kylie Nichols-Vernon

This author is autistic, pansexual, and transgender known as HawlSera, or as she's known by her legal name, Jessica Kylie Nichols-Vernon. HawlSera is a spiritualist member of the furry fandom who prefers to write stories about human characters transforming into anthropomorphic animals and/or the opposite sex,

It is her personal policy that every work of fiction she writes has at least one LGBT Character, usually transgender, in order to increase the amount of representation in the world. Transgender Equality and Rights are a hot button issue for HawlSera and if she can help win people over to the cause of fighting for these rights she has done some good in the world. Her biggest dream for her home country of America is for it to adopt an all-inclusive Single Payer Healthcare program that covers all transgender related health needs including, but not limited to, hormones and genital reconstruction.

HawlSera is the creator of the up and coming Queen Of Anarchy series and has done work with Metamor Keep (www.metamorkeep.com), Paradise, and FreeRIDErs (The latter of which are found on shifti.org), it is her hope that she continues writing until she dies and that in the afterlife her spirit can influence the next great writers of the following ages. Though the two are night and day as far as politics go, HawlSera sees the christian furry author Charles Matthias as something of a mentor when it comes to writing.

She accepts fanmail (at an addressed to be disclosed in the future due to trolling) and is getting kind of tired of typing about herself in the third person. So I'm gonna stop right here.

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