Guest Post from Author Rebecca Gibson: Why Toxic Masculinity in YA Fiction Can Do One

You may remember a couple of months ago I was disheartened by a trilogy I had just finished with the portrayal of an abusive relationship as a romantic notion. I spent a long time discussing this with friend and author Rebecca Gibson, and we found we had a lot of the same thoughts and feelings about the trend. I was so happy when she readily agreed to write a guest post on the issue, so buckle up because this is topic that Rebecca is really passionate about!

Why Toxic Masculinity in YA Fiction Can Do One

Or any fiction, really, because let’s face it—toxic masculinity is a particularly horrid head cold that’s long over stayed its welcome.

Now, as you will know if you’ve ever encountered me in real life, I have some opinions on this. And by ‘some’ I mean freaking millions. So strap in, ladies, gents, and non-binary folks, we’re diving in.

What I find bizarre right now in the world of fandoms is how romanticised abuse seems to be. Despite the MeToo and Times Up campaigns, still readers fantasise about villains who lock up their damsels in distress, hurt them, and cause irreversible psychological damage. But it’s okay! Because they love them and it’s all because of their own distressing past. They just need fixing. (And did you see those *insert jewel here* eyes smouldering beneath that sexy emo fringe? Beat me up, Scotty…)

Let me say this only once: If a man hits you, belittles you, locks you in a tower, or wants to use your magical powers to take over the world for his own evil gains even though it might kill you, DO NOT DATE THEM. Run as fast as you can in the opposite direction and don’t look back. And if you use the ‘but he’s so hot’ or ‘he’s just misunderstood’ excuse you can go sit in the corner.

A jawline so chiselled you could slice up your heart with it does not excuse psychopathic behaviour. (This also counts if they have pointy ears. A certain blonde spring dwelling faerie is not a misunderstood, damaged soul. He’s an abuser who deserves to spend his immortal life alone sans his favourite parts.)

Okay? Okay.

I’m not just speaking of magical and/or physical abuse, either. A man controlling where you are, what you do, who you see, or belittling you in any way is also toxic and should not be romanticised. They are not doing it because of love, or because they care, they are doing it out of their own need for manipulation and control.

As a society we’ve been made to believe this is just how men are. That nice men, kind men, are a fiction, except they’re not in books, either! If they are it’s as the side-kick, the best friend, the punch line to a joke. And so I ask, when did respect and kindness become unattractive? What twisted, backward steps led us here?

Good guys are sexy too—louder for the people in the back!

To complete this post, I put out a call on Twitter for recommendations of books with healthy relationships and/or non-toxic men because my mind was completely blank. Especially when it came to hetro relationships. (Gay book characters seem to know what consent is, go them!) The overwhelming response by errant tumbleweeds proved all my points. However, I did eventually manage to squeeze a few recommendations out… (Note: I’ve not read some of these. I’m relying on the good natured Twitter user here. If you disagree with any of them feel free to type a respectful comment below!)

  • Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
  • The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee
  • Witch Child by Celia Rees
  • The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
  • Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
  • My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

The fact it was so difficult to get these recommendations is evidence we desperately need some respectful relationships up in here. YA is aimed towards teenagers and so responsibility comes with writing in that genre. We are failing our audience by teaching them toxic masculinity is okay. Not even okay, but sexy. Views will not change overnight, but small changes lead to big results, and books are an excellent place to start.

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Faye Magic Book Blitz with Jo Michaels

Title: Faye Magic
Author: Jo Michaels
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Editor: Tia Silverthorne Bach with INDIE Books Gone Wild
Cover Designer: Katie de Long
Prepare yourself. It’s a competition like no other.
Think: The Hunger Games meets The Selection.
The last one standing wins the man.
Meet Morgan LeFaye Woodenson. She has her life planned out. She’ll marry Sawyer, the love of her life, and they’ll run into the sunset to be nomads, surviving off the land, not reporting to anyone, free to live their lives as they see fit.
At least, that was the plan until the imprisonment.
When reagent Orinthal’s wife dies suddenly, Faye is forced from her home and thrown into an arena to compete with every other nineteen-year-old girl in Sector Sixteen for the highly coveted place at his side. If she doesn’t win, she dies; if she does win, she loses everything she loves.
Deception and ruthlessness fill her, and she’s determined to find a way to hold on to her dreams—even if that means becoming someone she never thought she’d have to.
Jo Michaels is…
Hi, I’m Jo. Let’s forget all the “Jo Michaels is blah, blah, blah” stuff and just go with it. I’m a voracious reader (often reading more than one book at a time), a writer, a book reviewer, a mom, a wife, and one of the EICs at INDIE Books Gone Wild. I have an almost photographic memory and tend to make people cringe at the number of details I can recall about them and/or their book(s). My imagination follows me around like a conjoined twin and causes me to space out pretty often or laugh out loud randomly in completely inappropriate situations.
I have a degree in graphic design, and my journey to the end was one few students who begin that program ever complete. However, this was one case where my memory and OCD tendencies helped me. Graduation was one of the most amazing days of my life. But, my most amazing day was when my now husband proposed. Every little girl dreams of being Cinderella someday, and he pulled off the proposal of fantasies.
At the risk of sounding cliché, I’m going to let it out there and say how much I absolutely adore the man I’m married to. Along with my children, he’s my whole world.
I’ve lived in Louisiana, Tennessee, and Georgia, but I’ve had my feet in almost every state. Traveling is something I adore, and have plans to someday see the Mongolia I’ve written about in Yassa.
One of my favorite things is hearing from fans! You can find me on social media most any day of the week. Connect! I’d love to hear from you.
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Hot breath that reeked of decay peppered the back of Faye’s neck as she ran. Whatever the creature was, it was no more than a step or two away. Her thighs burned as she pumped her legs as hard as she could, not stopping when she reached the sand, diving headfirst into the surf and swimming out into the ocean.
Once she was past the breakers, she slowed and looked back, searching for Katarin.
There was no sign of her anywhere.
On the shore was the beast that had given chase. It was just clear of the water, running back and forth, sniffing the air.
“Katarin!” Faye screamed the girl’s name a couple of times but stopped when the creature lifted its bald head and stared back, taking a step toward the water.
Something grabbed Faye’s ankle and pulled her under. When she resurfaced, she gasped at the oxygen, taking in the maximum amount, terrified it would happen again. Ending things in a dark, watery tomb wasn’t an item on her bucket list, and her interview with Necro came back into her mind, making her wonder if her situation were orchestrated somehow.
Katarin’s head bobbed up, and she spit water, laughing.
“That wasn’t funny.” Treading water was making Faye’s arms tired, but the beast was still on the shore, snuffling, joined by the other ones. They were running in circles, yowling in their weird way. “We can’t keep this up all night.”
“What do you think about swimming to that island?” Pointing, Katarin quirked an eyebrow.
“Island?” Faye turned around. Sure enough, there was a land mass not too far away. “It’s better than staying here, waiting for our arms and legs to get so tired we can’t stay afloat.” She sighed. “Let’s go.” After they’d gone a short way, she found her companion had fallen behind a bit. “If you need to rest, say the word, and we’ll float on our backs until we can continue. Don’t wear yourself to exhaustion.”
“Okay. I need a minute now. Can we pause?”
“Sure.” In all honesty, Faye was dog tired, but she didn’t want to lose time if she didn’t have to. Gently, she flipped over and relaxed, letting her muscles recoup as her body bobbed up and down.
Something slick rubbed against her leg, and she shot up, splashing.
“I thought we were relaxi—” Katarin screamed and splashed, too. “What the hell is that?”
A fin rose out of the water a few feet away. It wasn’t long before another appeared.
Then three more.
“Is that a freaking shark?” asked Katarin.
They were going to die. Faye was well aware sharks were most active in the late evening and early morning, and she swallowed a lump of fear as she watched the gray triangles move in circles. “It is. Several, in fact.”
“Oh my Odin! We’re gonna die!”
Trying to remember the contents of the book she’d read about surviving shark attacks, she faced the animals as they moved, trying to keep them in her line of sight in case they charged. It finally hit her, and she yelled, “Hit them in the nose if they come after you! Be aggressive! They don’t like that.”

The Last Valkyrie Pre-Order Blitz with Karina Espinosa

Title: The Last Valkyrie
Author: Karina Espinosa
Genre: Adult Urban Fantasy
Cover Designer: Orina Kafe
Publication Date: August 3rd, 2018
Raven Romero is a washed up Valkyrie who is unable to return to Valhalla, spending her days in a haze of sex, drugs, and alcohol.
When she is wrongfully accused of murder, Raven has two options: run or clear her name. With a laundry list of enemies, she has no idea who could be framing her. One thing is for sure: they know what she is and they’ll stop at nothing until she’s behind bars or dead.
With no choice but to delve into the supernatural underground she tried so hard to avoid, Raven seeks aid and learns what it means to be human.
The world believes her kind no longer exists, but Raven Romero is The Last Valkyrie.
Karina Espinosa is the Urban Fantasy author of the Sins of the Fallen series and the Mackenzie Grey novels. Infatuated with travel, pop culture, and the need to write everything down, she spends much of her days in front of a computer working on her next book, shopping online, and listening to music. With nomadic tendencies, she is currently resting her head in South Florida until the itch to move strikes again. You can usually catch her on Facebook, Instagram and live-tweeting during episodes of Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and Orphan Black. Follow her on social media!

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Bookish Ramblings: Reading without a voice

I’ve been seeing more and more recently people talking about reading without a voice.  This stems from a need it seems to constantly “one up” on the amount of books a person can read each month – the Instagram battles of the monthly wrap up or the blogger who can get a new book review up every day.  I was puzzled about this and just how so many books could be read in that time, as I’m a pretty speedy reader myself yet never get near more than about 6 per month. As I looked into it further I found that there was a ton of information about how to read without a voice, as reading the words in your head as you go apparently slows you down too much.

I’m sure there has been some research into this, or at least I hope there has been. There is a lot of talk in articles I have found about training you brain to focus on the words at the beginning and the end of a line and your “brain will fill in the rest with the context it already has from the other words.” One piece of advice said “if you don’t think you have got context, don’t go back and re-read it, just carry on” another was to distract yourself whilst reading by listening to music and then the blooming obvious “just read faster.” There are even you tube tutorials on how to do it.

The following is now my OPINION, if you feel you can properly read this way then that’s fine.  What follows are my thoughts and the thoughts that I have gathered from authors I have spoken to.  Personally I love reading with a voice. I connect with the characters and absorb the world.  By reading with a voice I find myself in the pages, feeling the emotions of the characters.  It makes reading an experience. If I feel I have missed something important, I will flip back the pages and re-read until I get where the author is coming from or just simply take the time to think about what a character has been through.

A couple of people I have spoken with have said how they have noticed that some book reviews are calling authors out on plot holes and lack of context, when they have also read the book and felt that those same points were fully explained. So what is happening, why are reviewers criticising authors for non existent issues?  Could it be down to the rise of reading without a voice? Undoubtedly yes in my view and that’s not right.

I actually find it pretty sad that so many readers are missing out on the experience because of a need to be the quickest reader.  In my view it’s pretty damn insulting to an author who has poured their heart and soul and probably years of their life into making their book the best book it could possibly be. Developing their characters and world building only to have a reader read the first and last word and let their brain add the context! Especially when that then knocks on to that author that a review is unfavourable because a reader didn’t read the book properly.

Another thing is cost – yes I know there are libraries!!!  However, lots of people take advantage of amazon’s cheap paperbacks, free kindle deals and may not have a local library. But having blogged for a couple of years now I can say that the number of free books I get for review is vastly less than the books I pay to read.  That isn’t a plea for free books, I don’t have a problem paying an author for their work, the point I’m getting at is, a person who reads without a voice would conceivably struggle to routinely get the volume of books they read for free. Especially if they are focusing on traditional publishing. So some people are spending small fortunes on books they don’t even fully read!!

So why not do yourselves and authors a favour by sitting back, relaxing, finding your reading voice and immersing yourself in lovingly created world, whats the worst that could really come of reading 5 rather than 15 books this month?

Do you speed read or read without a voice, I would be interested to hear opinions on whether I have completely got this wrong.


New Release! War of the Damned (Relic Hunters 3) by Martin Ferguson


Happy new release day to Martin Ferguson!  War of the Damned, book 3 in the Relic Hunters Series is now available and it’s a series you don’t want to miss!  We are big fans of the Relic Hunters at this blog, with Books 1 and 2 gaining 5 star reviews from the team.  Want to know more?  Check out the blurb!

When a World War II submarine is mysteriously discovered off the coast of Scotland, Adam Hunter and the secret team from the British Museum are sent to investigate. Only, they’re not the only ones captivated by the curious items discovered inside and the Hunter brothers and their team mates are forced to fight their way across Europe in the footsteps of millions of young British soldiers who went before them. As legends and stories come to life, the team discover the terrifying truth of Hitler’s gold lust. In this third instalment of The Relic Hunters, readers are guaranteed a totally immersive historical experience.

Sounds awesome right?!

War of the Damned is currently available through Amazon via Little Bird Publishing House. If you’re in the UK check it out here and if you’re in the US your link is here

To find out more about the series and about Martin Ferguson, you can find him over at his Facebook page, on Goodreads and at his website


Happy reading!




Review of The Blood King by Liz Long

In Brighton, blood means everything. Long live King Magnus.
In the kingdom of Brighton, a President-turned-King offers poor teens the chance to join KEY, the King’s Education for Youth. Seventeen-year-old Reina Torres jumps at the chance to be of service to her country, wanting to learn more about Brighton’s history and future through the Media industry. 
The King himself takes an interest in Reina, offering private interviews; he soon commands her to marry his cruel son. Reina, however, cannot ignore her growing feelings for Iris, a fellow KEY student, despite knowing the laws. Reina discovers refusal means punishment much worse than death, and why King Magnus hasn’t aged in decades, thanks to his KEY program.

Liz Long painted a grim and terribly close to home picture with The Blood King. The book is a clear political statement about the current state of affairs in The United States (the king is even written as appearing to have a slightly orange skin tone at one point). In this fabled kingdom called Brighton, there is blatant class warfare, racism, mysogyny, and homphobia interlaced in every way the king rules his land, and this is all very obvious from the start. Protagonist Reina Torres comes up from the ghettos that surround the heart of the Kingdom of Brighton and enters KEY. This is King Magnus’s academy that he uses to “help the underprivileged”. The feel of society in The Blood King is very similar to the society that is present in books like Ready Player One or The Hunger Games. It’s a struggle to survive, so education is a joke, and children are very well needed as a part of the workforce. Beyond this initial hook, the book was difficult to really sink into, so the reading moved slowly. The first half of the story was mostly predictable but certainly driven by morbid curiosity. Reina is clearly starry eyed during the beginning of her stay at KEY, painfully so. Her first love interest, Iris, developed very naturally, and the first twists in the book that I didn’t see coming were with her character, and immediately after she reveals her secret, the story becomes engaging again. After Reina undergoes horrific torment by the king’s hand, the plot seems to begin to allow for Reina’s character to open up into quite the heroine. However, she becomes quickly re-broken, and that was disappointing to see. Then equally as quickly, she is reignited and develops a second love interest that seemed to develop less naturally, and the story is fairly action packed from that point forward. It was hard to like Reina at first because she had her head in the clouds, and the objective point of the reader is a difficult spot to be in, watching her flow blindly into a system so clearly broken. Further, she does end up becoming a strong heroine, but only after being beaten and battered, and quite frankly across the genre, more women need to come into their strength because they are strong, not because they have been broken. The story arc felt off, like the climax occuring so late into the book, so because of that and the roller coaster of interest, I am taking this book down to four stars. However, by the end of The Blood King, Reina’s character and others took to growing in strides and evolved so much for the bettsr as people. The book seems a certain beginning to a marvelous second installment, so those four remaining stars are strong ones. If a reader is expecting a story arc that is classic in the way it is told, with each book of the series (in this case, a duology) having a climactic middle with rising and falling action on either side, they would be setting themselves up for disappointment. It must be kept in mind that this is only the first half. Therefore, it would logically only contain half of the action. The Blood King is a piece of literature not to be taken lightly, for how far from the truth is it, really? Not far, if you ask me, and I’m very curious to see how “King Magnus’s” Regime falls – both in Brighton and The United States.


The Blood King is currently available at Amazon here

Thanks you to Lady Amber’s Reviews and PR for the review copy.

Review of Allerleirauh by Chatal Gadoury

A beautiful princess must escape one treacherous vow…
And she must do so alone…without a prince to save her. 
Princess Aurelia is bound to the wicked king of Tranen by her mother’s single, dying wish: He must remarry a woman who possesses her same golden hair. 
But Aurelia has magic on her side. Disguised by a cloak made of one-thousand furs, she escapes into the night with only memories of her sordid past and her own will for freedom. 
But after finding safe haven in the beautiful kingdom of Saarland der Licht, will the secret of her identity be compromised when she captures the attention of the captivating Prince Klaus? 

If you think you have had enough of retellings at the moment, you would be very wrong to overlook this one!  At the start of the book the author reminds you that Allerleirauh is based on a Grimm’s fairytale which also stands as a warning that what is to come is neither a light and fluffy Disney story nor will it shy away from the dark origins that that those who have read the originals would expect.  Whilst I know many of the Grimm’s tales, Allerleirauh is one that I had not come across before.  Having since familiarised myself with it I can say that this story stays pretty close to the source, it is very dark at times and extremely uncomfortable to read on occasion, but without that, the story would lose much of its impact and it wouldn’t have the same emotional feel as you follow Aurelia’s dangerous path of escape.

Princess Aurelia is an entirely relatable character, from the day she was born she has been a disappointment, shunned by her parents for not being the male heir so coveted. She is the epitome of sheltered court life, incredibly naive but with a beautiful innocence, a young woman who remains emotionally a little girl when it comes to being starved of a parents love.  When the King starts showing her affection it’s no wonder she jumps at the chance to please him after all those years being ignored.  This makes what she endures all the more heartbreaking as she is too slow to fully put together the puzzle pieces. It was refreshing to have a female lead who didn’t fall into the usual tropes of hidden powers or secret ninja fighting skills, she is just a scared young girl who can’t fight back.

Allerleirauh is split into two parts and I think that was wise as the two parts have markedly different tones. Whilst the first is dark and shocking the second is hopeful with a growing light shining through. The name she adopts of Allerleirauh reflects a cloak she wears to conceal her true identity “of many furs” is the meaning and whilst I don’t want to spoil the story by saying how she gets it, it becomes the mark of her progress in the hope within part two.  She doesn’t let her past define her and whilst she struggles to accept this past she finds herself surrounded by those who accept her unquestioningly.

Despite the darkness this was a book that I absolutely devoured across 2 sittings. The pace and flow of the story was perfect and the writing style really stood out for me.  There was such an ease as I read, that I kept turning the pages almost unknowingly until I was suddenly almost the whole way through!  Whilst original Grimm tales were not lengthy in themselves, Chantal Gadoury manages to manipulate that story so masterfully that even with Allerleirah’s full novel length, none of it feels like padding. This is a book which took me completely by surprise and I don’t hesitate in giving it a full 5*

Allerleirauh is currently available through Parliament House Press at Amazon

Shades of Fae Release Blitz

Title: Shades of Fae
Genre: Urban Fantasy & Paranormal Romance
Publication Date: July 10th, 2018
Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR
Not every fairytale has a happily ever after.
We only know three things about the Fae: They don’t lie, they cheat. What they aren’t given, they take. And if they can’t rule…they conquer. Now the fate of humanity lies in a battle between good and evil where lines are not easily drawn.
Time travel to 19th century France, brave the gritty streets of New York City, or enter the realm of the Fae itself in this darkly enchanting collection from today’s hottest USA Today, award-winning, and international bestselling paranormal and fantasy authors.
Shades of Fae is your ticket to a mystical realm where Sinister Sidhe and Dark Elves manipulate mortals, vengeful fae warriors battle nefarious vampire lords, and an apocalypse rife with werewolves, dragons, nymphs, banshees, shifters, and supernatural hunters brings unparalleled danger.
In 2018… The Fae are Coming…
Find out who survives and who dies when you order Shades of Fae TODAY!
Participating Authors:
USA Today bestselling author CK Dawn
USA Today bestselling author Shawnee Small
USA Today bestselling authors Cheri Schmidt & Tristan Hunt
Elle Boon
USA Today bestselling author Pauline Creeden
Award-winning author Tameri Etherton
Award-winning author Cyndi Faria
USA Today bestselling author Isadora Brown
USA Today bestselling author Amy L. Gale
USA Today bestselling author Charlene A. Wilson
USA Today bestselling author Katalina Leon
USA Today bestselling author J.A. Armitage
USA Today bestselling authors Megan J. Parker & Nathan Squiers
Lynda Kaye Frazier
Kim Carmichael
Colleen Halverson
Danielle Rose
Lynda Haviland
Dyan Chick
Award-winning author Cate Rowan
Award-winning author JB Michaels
R.S. Broadhead
Jen L. Grey writing with Heather Renee
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Bookish Ramblings: Alpha Read to Read Along

It’s been a bit of a crazy week here, I have done something I have never done before and I have provided an Apha read for a series that I love.  This has been a really tough task for me.  I pride myself on not picking holes in peoples hard work but when I review I’m reading a final polished article. This was a first draft that the author was looking for feedback on – and although they had been so lovely in helping understand that if there were things that seemed off they would want to know, I still found it incredibly hard to break out of my comfort zone and cast a critical eye.  The best thing was that for the most part I loved what I was reading and I hope that for the parts that I wasn’t so keen on I was able to put forward constructive feedback.  It was certainly an experience for me and whilst I feel so blessed to have been given this opportunity to have a say in a series I love – I felt full of anxiety as I was writing my comment.  Thankfully my feedback from Alpha reading was positive I just wish I felt better about it in myself.  I guess this is all stuff that gets easier with time, or perhaps it never does.

In the UK it’s coming up to the school holidays, Little Miss Playground has done exceptionally well this year at school and in her dancing, to reward her we are surprising her with an Owlcrate Jr box, she loves it when I get fairyloot boxes and I can’t wait to see her face when it arrives.  It also ties in nicely with the summer reading challenge for children at our local library, 6 books over 6 weeks and having spoken with her she may want to provide some reviews for the blog too – watch this space!

Finally, following what has been a lovely interaction on Instagram, next week (in a change to scheduled reads) I will be reading The Book of Dust by Philip Pullman.  I have connected with another bookstagrammer Eccentric Owl Reads, and we have spent quite a bit of time over the last couple of months talking about the His Dark Materials trilogy and how much we loved it, when we recently discovered that neither of us had read the Book of Dust we decided to read it together and we will hopefully start this at the weekend.  It’s another testament to the community over on IG and I’m really looking forward to it!

Stay tuned for reviews coming soon!

Apocalyptic Beginnings Pre-Order Blitz

Title: Apocalyptic Beginnings
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic/Zombie
Cover Designer: Covers by Christian
Publisher: Grivante & The Reanimated Writers
Publication Date: July 16th, 2018
The Reanimated Writers bring you this HUGE collection of zombie apocalypse fiction from 13 of today’s hottest zompoc authors, including New York Times and USA Today Best-Sellers! This is a limited time release… grab your copy now!”
Totaling over 1 million words and billions of zombies, this collection will keep you clutching your pillow as you read until the light of dawn!
The set includes
THEM by M.D. Massey
Mutation Z 1&2 By Marilyn Peake
Taking on the Dead by Annie Walls
Broken World by Kate L. Mary
Shattered Lives Book 1: Broken Dreams by Rissa Blakeley
Mom’s Against Zombies By Alathia Paris Morgan
Since the Sirens by EE Isherwood
Only the Dead Don’t Die By A.D. Popovich
100 Days in Deadland By Rachel Aukes
Highway Z – Genesis By Ana Nix
Afflicted: Patient Zero By Derek Shupert
Rising Ash By R.G. Westerman
Empty Bodies By Zach Bohannon
“If you enjoy zombie apocalypse fiction and books like World War Z and Day by Day Armageddon, then you’ll love this 13-volume collection of bloody, gore-filled zompoc goodness. Grab your copy and start reading the hottest authors in zombie horror today!”
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Kate L. Mary


M.D. Massey
Annie Walls
Rissa Blakeley
Alathia Paris Morgan
E.E. Isherwood
A.D. Popovich
Rachel Aukes
Ana Nix
Derek Shupert
R.G. Westerman
Zach Bohannon
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