Joshua K. H. Murray
Joshua K. H. Murray was born in Gainesville, Georgia and moved to Mount Pleasant, South Carolina after two years. He began to earnestly write at a surprisingly young age, beginning his seven novel series career at the age of twelve and was nominated top 50 for his online poem, "The Lamb and the Land" at the age of fifteen.
Joshua's “ANOINTED” saga was supposed to be a graphic novel but when he attempted to draw, he was later on diagnosed with a condition that caused his fine motor skills to be lacking. Dedicated in having his world seen, he tried writing it as literature. While this was a halfhearted attempt at the start, people started reading pieces of his work and demanding more of it. This was the moment when he grew the conviction to become a writer.
Joshua spends most of his free time writing “ANOINTED” and reading books that pertain to supernatural aspects. He also likes to play video games and watch anime when he's not working on his novel. He currently works part-time with his father, tending to patients as a Chiropractic Assistant. His love of the arts, both writing and acting, has entertained many who crossed paths with him.
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Smashwords book reviews by Joshua K. H. Murray
Exalted (Exalted Trilogy: Book 1)
on Aug. 02, 2013
Very NICE! The idea of not being able to have you're own individuality its the worst type of imprisonment I can think of. To not have your own opinions and ideas does things metal bars can't compare to. Tara expresses this beautifully in Exalted. I love how the protagonist starts to understand her hidden emotions and begins to see the world with a different set eyes--her eyes. It was very interesting to see how she handled this transition and stay among her brainwashed companions. As it neared the conclusion there were some good twists that I just didn't see coming! So thank you Tara for the awesome read! I'll be on the lookout for the sequel.
Denounced (Exalted Trilogy: Book 2)
on Nov. 04, 2013
A very enjoyable read! Twist and turns awaited me in this sequel. Mina is a really likable character, and you see a lot more of her strength in this one. Whether it be handling a gut-wrenching situation or kicking some major butt. I loved how this book ended and it has me pumped for the next installment!