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  1. Not really. Just try to be good to myself in healthful ways. As far as writing, I hope to have a new book of poetry out this year. I decided to expand it from one theme and include more poems… it should have 40-50. Good luck with your writing, and I hope you’re feeling better.

  2. Hope you are feeling better every day, Jen, and that you do banish that bully to an eternity in Juvie Hall. I’m very happy to learn that you expect to have the final installment of the Devilborn series out this spring, as I’m eager to read it. And I know I’ve been remiss in reviews, but I’m planning to review the whole series at once, in hopes that it will make up for my tardiness. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it, so far.

    Unlike you, I have only recently come to appreciate epic fantasy, high fantasy, and pretty much any other kind of “other world” fantasy. I find it’s what I turn to most often now, and the benefits of being late to the party mean I can generally read entire HUMONGOUS series, back to back, immersing myself so completely in these worlds, I have trouble returning to reality. I look forward to reading your first volume as soon as it’s released. With your imagination and strong writing, I just know I’ll love it. (BTW, dragons are a plus, but not at all necessary. 😀 )

    Stay well, and here’s hoping for a marvelous and productive 2017!

    • Thank you, Marcia! I’m kind of jealous of you just getting into epic fantasy now. There are so many things I wish I could read for the first time again. 🙂 What’s been your favorite so far?

      I don’t generally do dragons, but there are so many that do, they should be easy to find!

      • Just kidding about the dragons, though they can be fun. I’ve loved almost all the fantasies I’ve read so far, including Robin Hobb’s Farseer Trilogy, Jim Butcher’s Codex Alera, Scott Lynche’s Locke Lamora books, pretty much anything by Brandon Sanderson, especially Mistborn, Brent Weeks’ Night Angel Trilogy, Douglas Hulick’s Tales of the Kin series, and on and on. I confess to a deep love for Fitzchivalry and Locke Lamora, but there are just so many wonderful characters out there. I NEED MORE READING TIME! 🙂

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