Liana Mir

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Liana Mir reads, writes, and wrangles the muses from her mundane home in the Colorado Rockies and, occasionally, from the other side of the Barrier.

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Dowse and Bleed: a novelette of Kingdoms and Thorn
By Liana Mir
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 15,000. Language: English. Published: March 17, 2014. Category: Fiction
Rachelle was once one of the most powerful special human military operatives, able to read genetic material on contact. Now she has her own problems and staying out of the business tops the list. Then an informant vanishes from his apartment, leaving shattered windows, blood on the carpet, and a frantic message that he knows who's after him. Just one more case, even if it could end up killing her.
Gone Hunting: and other short stories of Vardin
By Liana Mir
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 11,190. Language: English. Published: April 16, 2013. Category: Fiction
John Henry has seen a miracle. Rhiannon is here to silence him. A hunt gone wrong, a child’s uncontrollable power manifested, and a horror about to be unleashed. Born in a land hidden and separated from the rest of Europe by the Barrier, Casal is caught between two sides of her heritage. Three stories of hunters with fantastic powers and the Barrier between two worlds.
Gone Hunting
By Liana Mir
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 5,070. Language: English. Published: July 25, 2012. Category: Fiction
John Henry saw a healer touch a dying child and the little girl walk away. Rhiannon de Alyón is a Vardin hunter with orders to ensure his silence. She failed to reckon the price she would have to pay to succeed. A short story of Vardin
Baker of Souls
By Liana Mir
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 1,450. Language: English. Published: February 5, 2012. Category: Fiction
Senetha, baker of souls, has breathed life into countless newborns. She has never lost a soul—until now. A fantasy short story
A Pretty Word
By Liana Mir
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 2,550. Language: English. Published: February 5, 2012. Category: Fiction
Kindia is a street writer with the power to make the words she writes come true. Jaspen is a watchman with a mandate to haul in any of the powerful for destruction by the rebel council. One cold night, Jaspen's world collides with the consequences of the powerful and must make a decision that could change everything. A fantasy short story
Crossing the Barrier: a short story
By Liana Mir
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 2,900. Language: English. Published: January 15, 2012. Category: Fiction
Born in a land hidden and separated from the rest of Europe by the Barrier, Casal is caught between two sides of her heritage. Will she bind herself to the land as a Guardian—or do the dangerous work of the Hunters who cross the Barrier? A short story of Vardin.
Portrait of a Butterfly
By Liana Mir
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 4,830. Language: English. Published: December 31, 2011. Category: Fiction
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
A hunt gone wrong, a child almost lost, and evidence captured. Russia has myths about the kahtchen, the gifted. They whisper in the night to their children of the immortals, the mindreaders, the fire-breathing dragons who stretch their souls under the skins of men. Now they can prove it is truth–if the kahtchen don't stop them first. A short story of Vardin

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  • Spots the Space Marine: Defense of the Fiddler on May 10, 2012
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    I tried this book as an e-book first. Could. not. get into it. My paperback came from when I backed it on Kickstarter, and I pushed through the first four chapters and that was it. Hooked. The narrative zings along and you cannot put the book down without grumbling terribly at the requirement of doing so. A 32-year-old mother is called up from the reserves and sent to supposedly in-the-middle-of-nowhere depot, which just happens to turn out to be practically on top of a crab breeding facility. I don’t know even how to describe this book. This is a family, a Marine FAMILY, in space fighting crab-like aliens that look eerily like their allies, the violinists. It’s a roller coaster, but it doesn’t feel like one; it’s that smooth and well-put-together.
  • Spots the Space Marine: Defense of the Fiddler on May 10, 2012
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    I tried this book as an e-book first. Could. not. get into it. My paperback came from when I backed it on Kickstarter, and I pushed through the first four chapters and that was it. Hooked. The narrative zings along and you cannot put the book down without grumbling terribly at the requirement of doing so. A 32-year-old mother is called up from the reserves and sent to supposedly in-the-middle-of-nowhere depot, which just happens to turn out to be practically on top of a crab breeding facility. I don’t know even how to describe this book. This is a family, a Marine FAMILY, in space fighting crab-like aliens that look eerily like their allies, the violinists. It’s a roller coaster, but it doesn’t feel like one; it’s that smooth and well-put-together.
  • The Catalyst (Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy: Preternaturals Book 3) on June 30, 2012
    star star
    While I've loved her other work, I put this book down. The believability and relatability factor with Fiona died the instant she decided that being knocked out and kidnapped didn't really matter: he had to be a good guy 'cause he was taking care of an abandoned pup. Uh-huh. And this is a housebound agoraphobic? Being sheltered and a wee bit of the same, I just couldn't believe it anymore. The writing was excellent, as always.