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Heather Marie Adkins
**NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: Only books authored by Heather MARIE Adkins are mine. Another Heather Adkins/H. Adkins has begun publishing books, and they are NOT me.**Heather Marie Adkins is an independent fiction novelist and avid bibliophile with the library to prove it. Heather started writing... show more

**NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: Only books authored by Heather MARIE Adkins are mine. Another Heather Adkins/H. Adkins has begun publishing books, and they are NOT me.**Heather Marie Adkins is an independent fiction novelist and avid bibliophile with the library to prove it. Heather started writing sixteen years ago when she really wanted to be like R.L. Stine. Several never-to-be-seen novels later, she may have changed her mind a bit and started writing whatever she felt was right. To date, she has dabbled in numerous genres including chick lit, historical romance, horror, mystery, and various forms of the paranormal. Her influences include Jennifer Crusie, Laurell K Hamilton, Kim Harrison, and Jim Butcher. She first began publishing her work in June 2011, much to the chagrin of her mother.She has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, though all that got her in the end was a shattered pinkie finger that no longer bends. On the bright side, she types faster with nine fingers than most people do with ten. She loves to travel and would give her good pinkie and her soul for a cottage in Ireland where she could write in peace. As it is, she has to fight through a lifetime's worth of distractions just to write ten sentences. She also enjoys gardening, cooking, and reading when she has time to do so. She is the author of paranormal mystery "The Temple", as well as paranormal romance "Abigail" and chick lit "Constant State of Disaster". She is currently working on numerous projects, including a thriller with a ghostly protagonist and the first in a new witchcraft series. A practicing Witch, Heather lives in North Central Kentucky with a house full of animals and the love of her life--all of whom drive her crazy. She can be found daily (mostly) at http://heather.bishoffs.com. She loves feedback from readers and will respond to comments on her blog and emails! Please feel free to contact her at heathermariewrites@gmail.com
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Book Nook Nuts
Book Nook Nuts rated it 1 year ago
Book Reviewed: Creatures: A Limited Edition Collection of Urban Fantasy and Paranormal RomanceAuthors: A K Michaels , Gina Kincade and Kimberly Gould , Bianca D'Arc , Heather Marie Adkins, Boone Brux , Morgan Wylie , Felicia Beasley , Kyoko M , Jules Barnard , Monica La Porta , Aoife Marie Sheridan ...
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics rated it 2 years ago
Crystal's 5 Star Review What’s not to love about 6 short reads about the Yule Season. Most of these were new to me authors and I can’t wait to read more by them. At only 182 pages, it’s a quick enjoyable read. If you love reading about magick, witches, elementals, etc. you will enjoy these stories a...
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Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 2 years ago
I saw this book for free on Amazon and snatched it up. I figured it being a cover that has a pumpkin and it says Halloween it is going to have gory and scary stories. I was wrong. For me the only story that I really liked was Haunting in OR 13. I did finish the book but I just did not get into the s...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 3 years ago
I read the first book in this series, but wasn't overly enthusiastic about it. However, since I already had an ARC for the second book as well (which is also the final book in the series) I decided to continue the series. Aiden continues to be a Gateway and is also somehow responsible to save the ...
Yzabel
Yzabel rated it 3 years ago
[I received a copy of this book through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.]I still like the mythology/back story woven into this series, but... but... Seriously, this trend of ain't-telling-you-nothing-itis has to stop. I don't know what it'd take. I don't know why this is still considered...
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