Laura Stephenson


Author of fantasy. I'm married with two kids, have a tattoo in Greek on my shoulder, and I have the sweetest tooth that there ever was. Hide your brownies!

Smashwords Interview

Describe your desk
My desk is covered in various things: three notebooks, a stack of random paper, the current book I'm reading (at the moment it's The Screwtape Letters), several pens, several things of chapstick and lipgloss, a few empty glasses, and a shaker of seasoned salt (from the last time I had tater tots. I eat at my desk). The desk itself was handcrafted by me, with a maple stain and dragons carved out of the sides.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I hate the question "Where did you grow up?" because there's no definite answer for me. I lived in five different states during the period I would call "growing up," though the longest (and latest) stretch of it was in Oklahoma, where I met my husband and made all my lasting friendships. But when I look back on my childhood, it was mostly lonely and confusing. It only sweetened up in the handful of years preceding adulthood.
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The Complete Guide to Being Evil
Price: Free! Words: 58,760. Language: American English. Published: November 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
What can evil do for you today? *** A young, impetuous mage named Kalara angers a local necromancer, who tries to kill her. Instead of leaving town, laying low for a while, or trying to appease him, she makes a deal with an incompetent devil to gain more power and win her little magi war.

Laura Stephenson's tag cloud

bloody    contract kill    dark humor    demon    devil    funny    mage    magic    quirky    raw    urban fantasy    violent