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A.C. Gaughen
I've been madly in love with writing since I was in kindergarten. Not kidding-some of my earliest memories revolve around books and writing, like reading in front of the class, reading with my mother, and writing a story in first grade that was so funny (it dealt with a gorilla finding someone... show more

I've been madly in love with writing since I was in kindergarten. Not kidding-some of my earliest memories revolve around books and writing, like reading in front of the class, reading with my mother, and writing a story in first grade that was so funny (it dealt with a gorilla finding someone naked in the shower, and was, sadly, the culmination of my humor writing skills) it got me kicked out of class. Which was also the first and last time for that.No that's a lie. In third grade I got detention for ripping bark off a tree.I know, I'm a rebel.From there, it was a long road. I wrote all through middle school and starting submitting novels (I hope I still have those very kind, gentle rejection letters somewhere) when I was thirteen. ACK you have no idea how bad those novels looked. All through high school I was writing in a notebook instead of taking class notes (explaining the less than perfect GPA). It was always novels for me-the first time I seriously wrote short stories was at the end of my college career, to get into my graduate program, and it felt awkward and weird.But I got in to grad school, wrote like a fiend, and when I graduated I spent three miserable years as a freelance writer while working on several different novels. I wrote them, prepped them, submitted them, and kept on working, because as far as I can tell, the actual writing is the only thing that i can control, and it's the part that really makes me happy.
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Birth date: November 07, 1984
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Ronyell (a.k.a Rabbitearsblog)
Ronyell (a.k.a Rabbitearsblog) rated it 5 years ago
Genre: Historical Romance Year Published: 2012 Number of Pages: 287 pages Date Read: 1/10/2016 Series: Scarlet #1 Publisher: Walker & Company You know what? I never would have thought that I would find an alternative story to the popular “Robin Hood” tale. I mean, I have seen ma...
Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it 5 years ago
This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & MoreQuickie ReviewScarlet was a reread for me.  The first time I read it, I wasn't in the frame of mind for a historical based book.  I decided to give it another go, and I'm happy I did.I really like Scarlet's character.  She's opinionated, and ...
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WHAT!? You can't end a whole series there! What's wrong with you? did you just go....er thats good enough they got the gist. NO! I want need the rest!!Does the king come back? Do they have babies? Did Winchester and Margaret get married? How did Elenor react to her son/the prince loosing his shit? a...
Abandoned by user
Abandoned by user rated it 6 years ago
There are spoilers related to the first two books of the trilogy in this post. Read at your own peril. I feel like the author sort of lost the plot in this one, even accounting for the fact that it is difficult to end a Robin Hood story without just killing everyone. A.C. Gaughen justifiably wante...
Abandoned by user
Abandoned by user rated it 6 years ago
It is rare - for me at least - that I find the middle book to be actually stronger than the first book. This is one of those occasions. I liked Scarlet, but I didn't love it, and I really struggled with the love triangle that the author felt she needed to add to the story. Far from adding, I felt li...
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