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Mary Buckham
USA Today Bestselling author Mary Buckham credits her years of international travel and curiosity about different cultures that resulted in creating high-concept urban fantasy and romantic suspense stories. Her newest Invisible Recruit series has been touted for the unique voice, high action and... show more

USA Today Bestselling author Mary Buckham credits her years of international travel and curiosity about different cultures that resulted in creating high-concept urban fantasy and romantic suspense stories. Her newest Invisible Recruit series has been touted for the unique voice, high action and rich emotion. A prolific writer, Mary also co-authors the young adult sci-fi/fantasy Red Moon series with NYT bestseller Dianna Love.Mary lives in Washington State with her husband and, when not crafting a new adventure, she travels the country researching settings and teaching other writers. Don't miss her latest reference book Writing Active Hooks.Please visit www.MaryBuckham.com for more information.
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Book Nook Nuts rated it 4 years ago
Book: Alphas UnwrappedAuthor: Michele Bardsley, Colleen Gleason, Dianna Love, Caris Roane, Mary Buckham, Dakota Cassidy, Claudy Conn, Melanie James, Rebecca Hamilton and Conner Kressley, Gena D. Lutz, D’Elen McCain, Julia Mills, Dawn Montgomery, Stephanie Rowe,Terry Spear, A.K Michaels, Candice Stau...
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Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it 4 years ago
There are so many books and stories about an apocalypse - with every book having its own idea on what the apocalypse will be - but not many books mention our four-legged or winged friends. When you think about this, it's strange, since I know so many people who consider their pets to be family membe...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 4 years ago
There were times I felt I had missed something (the characters all have established relationships). When I checked and noted this was book 4 (but the first with this protagonist), that explained that feeling. Once I got over that, I enjoyed it. Bit of a surprise in regards to Carrie. Very little rom...
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"Break Into Fiction" is one of the few writing books that I find an invaluable read for beginning and veteran writers alike. Delving into the plotting of everything from characterization to plot progression, the work uses relevant examples in four examples of cinematic plotting with the addition of...
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