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J.A. Clement
J.A. Clement lives near London with her partner and as yet, no dogs. She writes her fantasy series "On Dark Shores" whenever she can, mostly in her lunch hour (which probably explains the excessive number of bacon sandwiches that have to be edited out later). The main series is accompanied by... show more

J.A. Clement lives near London with her partner and as yet, no dogs. She writes her fantasy series "On Dark Shores" whenever she can, mostly in her lunch hour (which probably explains the excessive number of bacon sandwiches that have to be edited out later). The main series is accompanied by the 'Parallels' series which features other stories set in the same world. Her "To-Write" list is as big as your "To-Read" list (and covers several genres, but she just needs to finish this series first...) For advanced warning of new releases, you can sign up to her newsletter via her blog, or she's happy to be contacted by readers via email at jaclement [dot] ondarkshores [at] gmail [dot] com. She is happy to answer any questions she can without spoilers, and does love a good gossip with fellow bookworms. You have been warned...
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Coffee2words
Coffee2words rated it 3 years ago
This is a very short tale about the owner of a cargo ship 'The Black-Eyed Susan' who runs into trouble with money lenders. There's not a great deal of characterisation to go on, but I feel like a solid story could be made about The Black-Eyed Susan and its crew. Which I'm happy to say is just what J...
Coffee2words
Coffee2words rated it 4 years ago
This is the first part of a much longer story. It is an introduction. That is really the long and the short of it. This part introduces several characters, several story arcs and lots of competing themes.It's hard to say if the reader really gets to know any of the characters well in this part, it's...
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 4 years ago
Gr Cleanup Originally Read in July 2011 This novella is very short and appears to be the beginning of a longer piece of work currently being written. It read like an introduction to a story and a rather large cast of characters and didn’t turn out to be very satisfying all on its own and it ended ...
Pauline's Fantasy Reviews
Pauline's Fantasy Reviews rated it 7 years ago
It's really hard to know what to say about this one. It starts well, with a truly atmospheric couple of chapters, but then the reader is dumped into a generic fantasy town with a generic fantasy villain and a generic fantasy situation - you know the sort of thing, there's this bad guy who runs the p...
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