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  • Is The Goddess of Nothing At All a stand-alone book?
    Nope! You could certainly read it that way if you're a hardcore stan for the original myths, but I'm already working on Book 2, which explores the emotional fallout of Book 1.
  • What genres do you write in?
    Mostly fantasy, always queer, usually skewing towards dark/grim storylines. There may be some romance involved, but mostly I'm here to make you cry or have deep, cathartic experiences.
  • What inspires your work?
    Storytelling in general. I'm an avid consumer of all kinds of storytelling, including books, games, podcasts, tv. Whatever strikes me as interesting. I'm also very interested in psychology, especially the reasons we do what we do. My favourite stories are about characters who are morally grey, or who make the worst choices for the most sound of reasons. Shocking no one, my favourites tend to be villains. Some things that have had a big influence on my style: Buffy the Vampire Slayer The Kingkiller Chronicles - Patrick Rothfuss A Great and Terrible Beauty - Libba Bray Crimson Peak The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit (animated versions especially) White Oleander - Janet Fitch Celeste Ascending - Kaylie Jones Countless, countless horror movies
  • Who is your character portrait artist?
    My portrait artist is Lilithsaur! She does amazing work, especially for enemies to lovers trope characters! Please give her a follow on social media!
  • Who did the cover art?
    Grace Zhu did the covers for The Goddess of Nothing At All, Epilogues for Lost Gods, Threads of Fate, and This Too Shall Burn! You can find her work on here: Website: Twitter: Instagram: Scherville did the cover for Coal Gets In Your Veins. You can find her work here: Website: Instagram:
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