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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The Alchemist
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,340. Language: English. Published: June 5, 2012 by Liana Mir. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories, Fiction » Children’s books » Religious / Christian / Fantasy
A young noble has a mountain of a problem in his back yard, and he must seek the unfamiliar help of an alchemist to deal with it. But the help he receives is not at all what he expects. A fantasy short story

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Dowse and Bleed: a novelette of Kingdoms and Thorn
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 15,000. Language: English. Published: March 17, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Police Procedural
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
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 11,190. Language: English. Published: April 16, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories, Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
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.

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  • The Catalyst (Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy: Preternaturals Book 3) on June 30, 2012

    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.