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Jean Marie Ward
I write fiction, nonfiction and everything in between. My latest art book, FANTASY ART TEMPLATES, was published by Barron's Educational Series in March 2010. (I wrote the text; art for the volume was supplied by the amazing Rafi Adrian Zulkarnain.) My first novel, WITH NINE YOU GET VANYR,... show more



I write fiction, nonfiction and everything in between. My latest art book, FANTASY ART TEMPLATES, was published by Barron's Educational Series in March 2010. (I wrote the text; art for the volume was supplied by the amazing Rafi Adrian Zulkarnain.) My first novel, WITH NINE YOU GET VANYR, written with Teri Smith, finaled in both the science fiction/fantasy and humor categories of the 2008 Indie Book awards. My short stories appear in numerous fantasy anthologies, including "Hero Material" in HERE BE DRAGONS: TALES OF DRAGON*CON, which also boasts Bob Asprin's last short story.Finally, and most important, is my web site address, JeanMarieWard.com, where you can check out all my publications, news and lots of free reads. Enjoy!

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Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 2 years ago
What if the fae were still here, living among us? Perhaps living in secret, doing their best to pass for human? Or perhaps their existence is acknowledged, but they're still struggling to fit in. How have they survived? Are they outcasts clinging to the edges of society, or do their powers ensure su...
Elentarri's Book Blog
Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 2 years ago
An entertaining, enjoyable and original collection of short stories involving a variety of unusual were-creatures.
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 7 years ago
A collection of stories centered on the idea of fey creatures dealing with the modern world. My favorite was by far Jim Hines's "Corrupted," followed by Kari Sperring's "Water-Called" and SC Butler's "Crash." I really wanted to like Elizabeth Bear's "Slaughtered Lamb" because there were so many ch...
Deb's books
Deb's books rated it 8 years ago
The writing is good, but there's just nothing surprising here. This would probably be very good for someone new to stories about the fae. It was just a bit boring to me.
Reading Through the Nyte
Reading Through the Nyte rated it 11 years ago
This is a collection of short stores all set in Atlanta's famed Dragon*Con by writers who have been PART of Dragon*Con. Having been to D*C a few times, I enjoyed that part of the concept, but the stories varied from the incredibly wonderful to the "done because they were asked while at D*C and were ...
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