The Siren's Song

Clenna and Ewen had a happy life, the kind of life that Clenna always dreamed of.

But Clenna was different, and some things about her were beyond her control. She never used her magic, but all sirens have a natural allure that can't be stopped.

She and Ewen secluded themselves as much as they could, but jealousy lies in the hearts of all men and women, and events took a turn for the worst. More

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About Caroline Cauthon

Hello! My name is Caroline Cauthon, and I publish science fiction, fantasy, urban fantasy, and realistic fiction. I have been writing stories for as long as I can remember, beginning with my first “published” book in kindergarten. Okay, it wasn’t really published, but the teacher did bind it up nicely for me to give to my parents. They still have that copy somewhere.

I do my best to write something daily, even if it’s just a character overview. Sometimes I will share what I have written with my fans. Other times, I may have to save them to unveil when I release the project I am working on. If you want the chance to see some of these gems first, sign up for my newsletter (you can choose which genres interest you) – Caroline Cauthon:

You can also find me most places on the web, but I tend to stick to only a few social websites.
If you want to see the inspiration behind my projects, you can check out my Pinterest:

If you want to see what I have recently published, some reviews of my books, and what I am reading, you can always look me up on Goodreads. You can also leave me a note or ask me a question about my current project.

Twitter and Facebook are also two great places to catch up me. I try to update these daily with at least a writing prompt, but the more time I spend off the computer, the more I get written.
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And, last but never the least, if you want to see sample chapters, character interviews, insights into places within my works, and other reading gems, you can always check out my website:

I try to update my website two or three times a week, but I can’t make many promises there. The stories come first.

That is all, folks! I’m glad to meet you, look forward to chatting with you all, and I hope that you enjoy the tales that I weave.

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