Until Mills and Keel, the sorcerer-vampire bond was solely the stuff of folklore and legend – a whispere...
Writer, Maker, Mother, Gamer, Dreamer. Strange, creative human being. Lifelong lover of monsters. * * * * The BLOOD MAGIC Saga is... BLEEDER [Blood Magic, Book 1] - complete! LETTERS FROM NEW YORK [Blood Magic, Book 2] - complete! RULER [Blood Magic, Book 3] - returning soon! REBELS [Blood Magic, Book 4] - TBA 2016 The BLOOD MAGIC Saga's chapter art is done by @JerryThistle - go fan him now, seriously. Like the BLOOD MAGIC Saga on Facebook for news about the series, extra content and more! http://www.facebook.com/bloodmagicsaga And join the BOUND BY BLOOD MAGIC group for official author-hosted events and contests. https://www.facebook.com/groups/boundbybloodmagic/ * * * * Thank you for taking the time to check out my profile/work. If you've enjoyed the BLOOD MAGIC Saga, Till the End of the World, or my poetry, please consider voting, leaving a comment, following me (that way you'll get all the latest updates) or telling your friends about it. Every bit of support counts, more than you probably know. And, of course, feedback is the best kind of writer food - even the critical stuff (that's how we grow!). Lastly, if YOU have any questions, ask away! I'm always thrilled to gab about my work or writing in general. What can I say, my brain is here for the picking. * * * * Highest Hot List Rankings: BLEEDER: Vampire #58 LETTERS: Vampire #60 RULER: Horror #14 / Vampire #29 A WRITER'S JOURNAL: Non-fiction #10 * * * * Places I haunt on the web... Tumblr: http://monicaskuebler.tumblr.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/deathofcool Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/deathofcool YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/deathofcool **** LOOKING FOR OTHER GREAT READS ON WATTPAD? Be sure to check out the works of @AlysArden, @LIttleCinnamon, @Hellvis, @LaDameBlanche, @DistantDreamer, @Rusty_Fischer, @SeeThomasHowl, @KatherineArlene, @DavidJThirteen, the @TeenFictionCommunity reading lists and all the books on my own Highly Recommended! list. Happy reading!
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Description: What if everything you knew about yourself was a lie? Mildred "Mills" Millhatten had a good life: close-knit family, fantastic friends, decent grades and even a not-totally-annoying kid brother. You might say it was the best kind of ordinary. So no...
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Seriously considering re-categorizing the Blood Magic saga. It's currently listed as "vampire" here on the Wattpad site, but I'm thinking of changing it to either "horror" or "paranormal" since it concerns a lot more supernatural stuff than just bloodsuckers and I'm starting to feel like the "vampire" label is way over-simplifying things. Thoughts? Opinions?
Attn: Readers If you are currently reading LETTERS FROM NEW YORK on the Wattpad website, please note there is some sort of a weird formatting issue going on on Chapter 17. It began following my edit this morning, and has basically resulted in large chunks of paragraphs either entirely missing or duplicated around the area of the page breaks, making things pretty darned unreadable. Nothing I have tried on my end seems to fix it, so I've filed a ticket with Wattpad, but of course that means we all must be patient as they investigate. I suspect this problem doesn't cross over to the Wattpad app on mobile devices, so you may want to read this chapter there until this gets fixed. Thanks in advance for your patience and understanding!
I just wanted to take a brief moment to thank everyone who shared feedback on my questions about Bleeder yesterday. I try to take all criticisms seriously (at least until I've investigated them) and occasionally one rumbles across my desk that throws me for a loop, like that one did. I realize I am incredibly blessed to have places like this where I can pose such questions and get honest, unfettered feedback (including from my target audience itself). That's a really remarkable and incredibly valuable thing. So thank you for that, from the bottom of my red, pounding heart.
@deathofcool I do not think your language was too advanced for a YA or teen audience. I would have read your stuff just fine when i was a teen. And I'm not too old that I don't remember what level I was at!!!!