Dawn Judd

Biography

Dawn Judd was born and raised in South Dakota. Although she has traveled the country and finally settled down in Kansas, her heart still belongs to SD.

The first two books in her vampire series, Reining In and Phantom Rising are currently available. The third book, Bloodlines, is expected to be released in early 2014 along with her stand-alone book, Naree Pon.

Dawn loves writing, artwork and photography. For more information on her writing and artwork, visit www.dawnjudd.net

Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
I am currently working on the last two books in the Network series; Bloodlines and Eternal, which is a prequel. I am also working on Naree Pon.
Who are your favorite authors?
Stephen King and Steve Alten
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Where to find Dawn Judd online


Where to buy in print


Books

Reining In
By Dawn Judd
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 51,180. Language: English. Published: June 3, 2010. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
A network of talented individuals has been gathered for one purpose: to protect Khalida, a 5,000 year old vampire. Their job is to make sure she remains undetected to the human world. But when she lands herself into a world of trouble, the tables will be turned and she will have to protect them. The choices she will have to make could very easily cost her everything.

Dawn Judd’s tag cloud

bite    bitten    blood    dark past    death    dracula    enemies    family    fantasy    friends    lost princess    love    murder    network    paranormal    revenge    romance    supernatural    thirst    twilight    undead    undying    vampire    vampire romance    vampires    vengeance    voodoo   

Smashwords book reviews by Dawn Judd

  • PORTAL (Portal Chronicles Book One) on June 03, 2010
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    Portal is an exciting adventure into the unknown. Arizona, the main character, is ripped from the life she loves and thrust into a strange, but not all-together unfamiliar new life. As memories from a life she hasn't truly lived start to surface, she has to decide if she should stay and live out this exciting new life or return to the one she thought she missed so much. Somewhere in between, she must discover how she got here in the first place. Imogen keeps us guessing throughout the whole book. Every turn of the page is another mystery and keeps the reader on the edge of her seat. Portal is truly a magnificent work of art and would be enjoyed not only by young adults, but readers of all ages.
  • The Hunted of 2060, a Shifter Dystopian (Shifter Evolutions Book #5) on July 05, 2010
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    The Hunted of 2060 puts a unique twist on the shape-shifter tale. Set fifty years in the future, Ami puts us in an exciting yet controversial time. We quickly learn that all is not as it seems and that those who discover the truth about themselves will be forced to fight for their lives in a war they didn't know existed. The reader is drawn right into the thick of the story, and as we learn the truth about April's life, we become sympathetic to her plight. This story is exciting right to the very last page. I was thrilled to learn of the upcoming prequel and cannot wait to read it.
  • In the Valley stories on July 16, 2010
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    In the Valley was such an interesting book. I've always been fascinated with Africa, and Phil's descriptions leave the reader feel like she is right in the heart of it. Although each story depicted in this book is fairly short, they do not leave you wanting. They are imaginitive and descriptive in a way many authors fail to project. I enjoyed Phil's writing and hope to see more in the future.
  • ZombieStop Parade on Aug. 21, 2010
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    Zombie Stop Parade is not about zombies; or is it? This story shows us how easily influenced we are by corporations and media. Even those who are against it and try to warn us of the dangers are sometimes seduced by the mythology. Zombie Stop Parade is very different from most of today's books. With an interesting format and unique subject it catches the readers attention right from the beginning. A hint of humor shows through with the clever names for our protagonist's "enemies", and while the subject is a serious one, I found myself smiling more than not as I read page after page. It is an engaging read from beginning to end.