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Christine Amsden
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Imaginative fiction from award-winning author, reviewer, and writing coach
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New review in for The Seer's Fate!

"One of my favorite series is the Cassie Scot series which takes place in Eagle Rock. Adam Scot is a little brother of Cassie’s and his gift is charisma. He always gets what he wants just by turning on the charm. Danielle Hastings is a seer and she knows that there is an attraction between her and Adam. She also knows that Adam will hurt her in the future. She has followed many different paths and every one has shown him hurting her. Because of that, she knows that she should stay away from him, but can she?

Danielle spends many hours looking into the future and sometimes she doesn’t know if some things are memories or things she’s seen in the future. Maybe she’s spending too much time in the future and not enough time living in the present.

Even though this is a novella, Danielle’s character is well developed. I enjoyed reading The Seer’s Fate while I’m waiting for the next full length novel in the series. "

https://bound4escape.com/2018/10/08/book-review-the-seers-fate-by-christine-amsden/

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Today's Review:

"I really do enjoy this series because it is the perfect blend of magic, drama, love, and cleanness. "
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Cover Re-Reval today!
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"There is a lot going on and the story touches on issues within families, both with husband/wife and with parents. I really liked that Cassie still had her own identity and hadn't just been set up as a mom or wife, she is still strong and determined--though she does have her weaknesses. There is a lot in the book and I love the paranormal creatures!"
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From the interview:

"How long would you say it takes you to write a book?

Anywhere between two months and two years!

Honestly, there’s no good answer to that question. I wrote Frozen in about two months. Granted, I did a lot of work before I started writing, but focused work was very quick. It’s the fastest I ever wrote a book, but I got out Metamorphosis (unpublished) in 3-4. I was on the verge of thinking I could claim to pound out several books a year, though, when I finally accepted that Playing God (another work in progress) needed a THIRD round of significant revisions bordering on a rewrite! Yikes! And in the past, books have taken me a year or more to write.

It’s a creative process. It’s not linear, it’s not always predictable. Sometimes ideas are flowing, sometimes I’m stuck. I’ve decided in recent years to be more accepting of the reality that books take as long as they take to write and I can’t rush it. In this way, I’m trying to have more fun and not burn out (again)."
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