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Natania Barron
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Writer, editor, would-be rockstar.
Writer, editor, would-be rockstar.

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So excited to share that my #novella WOTHWOOD is available for purchase! If you like gritty heroic #fantasy with a Lovecraftian twist, you're in luck.
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So excited to share the first #booktrailer for my #heroicfantasy #novella, WOTHWOOD. Coming soon from Falstaff Books.
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Super sick here with a stomach flu, but SUPER excited to share the cover of my upcoming novella, WOTHWOOD. It's heroic weird fantasy with ancient grudges, sleeping goddesses, and a man-eating forest. Stay tuned for more details!
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Tonight I'm working on GLASSMERE -- that Narnia meets Downton Abbey novel. There's someone named Daman, who happens to be a jaguar sometimes. I liked this bit. ‪#‎amwriting‬

"Julia said the words just as Daman’s hand reached hers, just as his skin turned to soft fur, as his body lengthened and grew, whispered in transition to a greater, bolder expression of himself."
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In WATCHER OF THE SKIES, my godlings all have bird forms, as you do. And two of the main characters, Andrew La Roche (Apollo = raven) and Trita Oya (Athena = owl) could not be better represented. And this isn't alternate history fantasy! This is the real world. So cool! +K Sullivan!
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Awesome friends share epic songs when you're having a crap day (week, month).

So Joss totally has a theme song now thanks to +Jonathan Wood. Epic song for an epic godling. Thanks to Jonathan Wood for the find.

"With a roar like the wind, I pulled at the waters below, shaping them and twisting them into my steeds, those I had ridden in happier times before I had gone mad with the power. They rose around the icy bower and tossed their dewdrop manes, seashell eyes rolling in their noble heads."
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