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I’m just rereading a series by jodi Taylor, the chronicles of St Mary’s. Its a very eccentric British time travel series. I don’t usually do time travel but this is hilarious, with a bit of historical violence thrown in….. 😂 The first one is “just one damned thing after another”
Tamora Pierce, I love most of her books. Her main characters are always female but they’re always strong characters that read as real people.
Magic, swords, and strong female and male characters, where can it go wrong?
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I can recommend a series that has a different take on vampires. You should be an adult to read them. The series is the Argeneau Vampires by Lynsay Sands. Her Highlander series is also a good read. I am rereading your romantic comedy ((with a body count) series again. Enjoying it as much,if not more, as the first time. I already reread the Royal States novels (ditto). Will probably reread the Bernadette Franklin books soon. Looking forward to your releases this and next month and ad infinatum. Thanks.
1. Fred the vampire accountant series by Drew Hayes. It’s hilarious
2. The wayward children series by Seanan McGuire
3. Timeless Fairytales series by K.M Shea