brynwrites
brynwrites
Wheat is wheat - ON HIATUS
SEMI-PERMANENTELY ON HIATUS. If on mobile, click here for info and other places to find me. Speculative fiction writer with a mermaids and pirates debut novel, Our Bloody Pearl, now working on a Gothic space fantasy. I post writing advice! 
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brynwrites · 2 days ago
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Ahhh thank you so much! I hope you enjoy it! <3
...though I probably should have proofread a bit more seeing how there’s a typo in that tagline x_x
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Halfway through May and still haven’t had enough mermaids?
Celebrate with a 99¢ Our Bloody Pearl ebook!
After a year of voiceless captivity, a bloodthirsty siren fights to return home while avoiding the lure of a suspiciously friendly and eccentric pirate captain. This adult fantasy novel featuring an nonbinary disabled protagonist is a voyage of laughter and danger where friendships and love abound and sirens are sure to steal—or eat—your heart. 
But beware, these mermaids are blood thirsty. Learn more with a snippet from an Indie Bites interview with D.N. Bryn…
Technically, sirens in mythology aren’t merfolk at all, but I’ve enjoyed one too many man-eating, siren-calling mermaids in my time, so that’s the basic route I went with mine. My sirens aren’t your typical top-half human, bottom-half fish variety, though! (Our Bloody Pearl’s main character, Perle, will be happy to tell you that they’re not fish at all.)
The sirens in the These Treacherous Tides series are fully-scaled, sharp-toothed predators who communicate through a mixture of dolphin-like vocals, body language, and signs. Like some fish and amphibians, their sexual characteristics change throughout their lifespan, and their species primarily identifies as a gender that’s neither male nor female. They value contribution to their pod above all else. They’re also highly territorial, and will use their hypnotic songs to help them kill and eat any intelligent creature who doesn’t respect their boundaries—including humans.
You can read the rest of the interview, along with reviews and short fiction featuring mermaids and other mythology for FREE by downloading the Mermaids & Mythology issue of Indie Bites here!
Don’t forget to check out Once Stolen, the first book in a trilogy taking place in the Our Bloody Pearl world, featuring mer-snakes and mist-filled swamps! 
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brynwrites · 2 days ago
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Halfway through May and still haven’t had enough mermaids?
Celebrate with a 99¢ Our Bloody Pearl ebook!
After a year of voiceless captivity, a bloodthirsty siren fights to return home while avoiding the lure of a suspiciously friendly and eccentric pirate captain. This adult fantasy novel featuring an nonbinary disabled protagonist is a voyage of laughter and danger where friendships and love abound and sirens are sure to steal—or eat—your heart. 
But beware, these mermaids are blood thirsty. Learn more with a snippet from an Indie Bites interview with D.N. Bryn…
Technically, sirens in mythology aren’t merfolk at all, but I’ve enjoyed one too many man-eating, siren-calling mermaids in my time, so that’s the basic route I went with mine. My sirens aren’t your typical top-half human, bottom-half fish variety, though! (Our Bloody Pearl’s main character, Perle, will be happy to tell you that they’re not fish at all.)
The sirens in the These Treacherous Tides series are fully-scaled, sharp-toothed predators who communicate through a mixture of dolphin-like vocals, body language, and signs. Like some fish and amphibians, their sexual characteristics change throughout their lifespan, and their species primarily identifies as a gender that’s neither male nor female. They value contribution to their pod above all else. They’re also highly territorial, and will use their hypnotic songs to help them kill and eat any intelligent creature who doesn’t respect their boundaries—including humans.
You can read the rest of the interview, along with reviews and short fiction featuring mermaids and other mythology for FREE by downloading the Mermaids & Mythology issue of Indie Bites here!
Don’t forget to check out Once Stolen, the first book in a trilogy taking place in the Our Bloody Pearl world, featuring mer-snakes and mist-filled swamps! 
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brynwrites · 3 days ago
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Halfway through May and still haven’t had enough mermaids?
Celebrate with a 99¢ Our Bloody Pearl ebook!
After a year of voiceless captivity, a bloodthirsty siren fights to return home while avoiding the lure of a suspiciously friendly and eccentric pirate captain. This adult fantasy novel featuring a nonbinary disabled protagonist is a voyage of laughter and danger where friendships and love abound and sirens are sure to steal—or eat—your heart. 
But beware, these mermaids are blood thirsty. Learn more with a snippet from an Indie Bites interview with D.N. Bryn...
Technically, sirens in mythology aren’t merfolk at all, but I’ve enjoyed one too many man-eating, siren-calling mermaids in my time, so that’s the basic route I went with mine. My sirens aren’t your typical top-half human, bottom-half fish variety, though! (Our Bloody Pearl’s main character, Perle, will be happy to tell you that they’re not fish at all.)
The sirens in the These Treacherous Tides series are fully-scaled, sharp-toothed predators who communicate through a mixture of dolphin-like vocals, body language, and signs. Like some fish and amphibians, their sexual characteristics change throughout their lifespan, and their species primarily identifies as a gender that’s neither male nor female. They value contribution to their pod above all else. They’re also highly territorial, and will use their hypnotic songs to help them kill and eat any intelligent creature who doesn’t respect their boundaries—including humans.
You can read the rest of the interview, along with reviews and short fiction featuring mermaids and other mythology for FREE by downloading the Mermaids & Mythology issue of Indie Bites here!
Don't forget to check out Once Stolen, the first book in a trilogy taking place in the Our Bloody Pearl world, featuring mer-snakes and mist-filled swamps! 
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brynwrites · 9 days ago
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YOU HAD BETTER BELIEVE IT. (They are also Very Big TM and some of them have flying Jaguars living in their branches and extra long eel monsters in their roots 8D)
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Similarities between the Once Stolen cover and story:
Magical swamps
Mangrove trees
(Mer)Snakes
Glowing stones
Rainbow parasites
Queer vibes TM
Lgbtreads.com revealed the front of the Once Stolen cover here a few weeks back, but no hardcopy cover is complete without the full spread, designed and illustrated by @layaart​. I hope ya’ll enjoy it, along with proof that it looks just as pretty in person ;)
Don’t forget to add Once Stolen on Goodreads! 
If you’ve a reviewer, snag your free e-ARC before it’s too late!
(And, pst, don’t tell anyone, but you can already pre-order it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, BookDepository, Kobo, and Smashwords! Any pre-orders now absolutely count toward the pre-order campaign starting in June.)
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brynwrites · 9 days ago
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AHHHH THANK YOU SO MUCH! <3
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Similarities between the Once Stolen cover and story:
Magical swamps
Mangrove trees
(Mer)Snakes
Glowing stones
Rainbow parasites
Queer vibes TM
Lgbtreads.com revealed the front of the Once Stolen cover here a few weeks back, but no hardcopy cover is complete without the full spread, designed and illustrated by @layaart​. I hope ya’ll enjoy it, along with proof that it looks just as pretty in person ;)
Don’t forget to add Once Stolen on Goodreads! 
If you’ve a reviewer, snag your free e-ARC before it’s too late!
(And, pst, don’t tell anyone, but you can already pre-order it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, BookDepository, Kobo, and Smashwords! Any pre-orders now absolutely count toward the pre-order campaign starting in June.)
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brynwrites · 10 days ago
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AHHH THESE ARE ALL AMAZIN 8D
Do are so good at playlist, I bow to your skill. 
Playlist: Once Stolen by D. N. Bryn
I made a playlist when @brynwrites's first book came out, so of COURSE I had to make one for Once Stolen, too! Most of these songs are Cacao/Thais songs because I am very attached to the greedy mersnake and his self-proclaimed hero love interest, they are both exceedingly good. Once Stolen comes out in late July, so definitely grab a copy ASAP!!
Tracklist/Lyrics
1. Bitter Water by The Oh Hellos
Even now you mark my steps, lovely bitter water Oh, the days of our delights are poison in my veins
2. Movement by Hozier
There, all of you a verb in perfect view When you move, I'm put to mind of all that I wanna be
3. Shake it Out by Florence + The Machine
I tried to dance with the devil on your back And given half the chance, would I take any of it back?
4. Water by Little Dragon
We have what we want Like a dance in the morning
5. Nobody by Mitski
Did its people want too much, too? Guess I'm a coward, I just want to feel alright
6. Strobelite feat. Peven Everett by Gorillaz
And your heart engages into heartless throes Are we obsidian? Is it how it goes?
7. Damn it All by The Staves
Give it out, keep it in, see it start to fall Oh, well damn it all, I don't want it all
8. Undone by Cœur de pirate
So in sickness and thunder you'll stay by my side And if our bones must shudder, we'll find peace of mind
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brynwrites · 10 days ago
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Thank you!! <3 <3
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Similarities between the Once Stolen cover and story:
Magical swamps
Mangrove trees
(Mer)Snakes
Glowing stones
Rainbow parasites
Queer vibes TM
Lgbtreads.com revealed the front of the Once Stolen cover here a few weeks back, but no hardcopy cover is complete without the full spread, designed and illustrated by @layaart​. I hope ya’ll enjoy it, along with proof that it looks just as pretty in person ;)
Don’t forget to add Once Stolen on Goodreads! 
If you’ve a reviewer, snag your free e-ARC before it’s too late!
(And, pst, don’t tell anyone, but you can already pre-order it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, BookDepository, Kobo, and Smashwords! Any pre-orders now absolutely count toward the pre-order campaign starting in June.)
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brynwrites · 11 days ago
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Similarities between the Once Stolen cover and story:
Magical swamps
Mangrove trees
(Mer)Snakes
Glowing stones
Rainbow parasites
Queer vibes TM
Lgbtreads.com revealed the front of the Once Stolen cover here a few weeks back, but no hardcopy cover is complete without the full spread, designed and illustrated by @layaart​. I hope ya’ll enjoy it, along with proof that it looks just as pretty in person ;)
Don’t forget to add Once Stolen on Goodreads! 
If you’ve a reviewer, snag your free e-ARC before it’s too late!
(And, pst, don’t tell anyone, but you can already pre-order it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, BookDepository, Kobo, and Smashwords! Any pre-orders now absolutely count toward the pre-order campaign starting in June.)
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brynwrites · 24 days ago
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Once Stolen e-ARCs are here!
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Claim your advanced reader e-copies (eARCs) for the next installment in the Our Bloody Pearl world today! 
I have a limited number of e-book copies of Once Stolen I’m offering in exchange for an honest review, posted on goodreads, amazon, or another similar review or sales based website. (You do not need to run a review blog or be a traditional reviewer of any kind, nor do you need to have read Our Bloody Pearl.)
Once Stolen is an 80,000 word (255 print pages) adult fantasy novel with heavy YA crossover appeal, mythpunk aspects, and a hate-to-love romantic subplot. The story follows an autistic, mer-snake thief as he guides a poisoned hero through his ex-homeland while fleeing cartel leaders, swamp monsters, and his own feelings in order to claim the hero’s payment of precious stones. It’s fun, fast-paced adventure with a boat-load of sass, featuring a cast of ownvoice disabled and queer characters.
This book includes:
A terrible thief who loves rocks.
The mist-laden swamp of warriors and monsters who banished him.
A self-righteous hero who can’t sit still.
The trove of shiny, invaluable stones her mother dumped on her.
The wine-soaked cartel leader who will do anything to take it.
Boat-chases, treehouses, parasites, and explosions.
You can find more information, content warnings, and the full first chapter on its website page or through the media kit.
Request an e-ARC using this quick form!
Or, read the first page below...
CHAPTER ONE: ALL THE SHADES OF GREED
Banishment isn’t a curse if it means escaping all of you.
THE THRUMMING POWER OF the ignits calls to me. Five small variants of the round stones lie in the gambler’s pot, their slight glow barely visible beneath the cartel boat’s canopy. From the shade of the nearby mangroves, I grip the blue ignit on my wire necklace of precious stones. Blue for thunder, like two of those in the pot. But the gamblers have a yellow and a pair of small reds as well.
The ignit beneath my fingers pulses into my scales, primed to soothe whatever skull-shattering nonsense my body decides to throw at me today. But one lonely stone can be easily lost, easily taken. With one stone, the pain still stalks just behind me, waiting to strike. Besides, I want the gamblers’ ignits.
Tightening my serpentine tail around the roots of the half-submerged tree, I lift my head a little farther out of the water. I flick out my tongue. The boat humans smell of oil and gunpowder, of arrogance and cowardice and anger, and a touch of fear.
Three of them sit on the boat’s main deck, huddled around a table. The vibrations of their voices tingle across the patterned ridges along my scaly scalp. I feel the tug the nearest gives to their beard as they anxiously put down their cards, the slight splash of the lizard dipping into the river down-stream, and the landing of the parrot in the tree branches far above.
But the fishers don’t know I crouch so still that the murky water blends with the brown and black patterns along my half-snake body. The boat humans won’t notice me like this—won’t try to kill me. But if I stay here, those ignits will never thrum in my hands or hang from my wire mesh necklace.
My banishers said this desire would latch inside me like claws through flesh, like my spiny retractable teeth digging into a freshly caught capybara, like a viper’s toxin eating me from the inside out. And it has. Oh, it fucking has.
It’s just so hard to care now that it’s caught me.
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brynwrites · 29 days ago
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Stories with nb characters I read or beta-read and loved to bits
Here are some stories with non-binary characters (whether they are main or secondary characters) that I read (or beta-read) and that I really, really liked!
(Disclaimer: the plot will be like. loosely and kinda shittily summed up.)
- Our Blood Pearl by D.N Bryn, has non-binary sirens
Plot: disabled siren gets saved from a cruel pirate by a way nicer pirate who decides to help them - steampunk-ish fantasy, found family and also disability and asexual rep!! 
- Once Stolen also by D.N Bryn, has a non-binary MC who uses she/her and a non-binary secondary character who uses they/them
Plot: selfish mersnake and self-righteous human, chained to each other, trudge through the jungle to find a secret hoard of special stones and escape a cartel who also wants the hoard - fantasy, found family again and autistic rep! (It comes out in July but you can already pre-order it which I highly recommend you do :P)
- Legendborn by Tracy Deonn, aka one of my favorite books of all times, has a cool non-binary secondary character
Plot: in the South of the US, a young Black girl tries to find the truth behind her mother’s recent death by entering a secret and magic Arthurian Order that hunts down demons - contemporary fantasy, Black rep, queer rep, just so many powerful themes of grief, race, power, heritage, self-discovery, Arthurian legends retelling (just pls read it)
- The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo has a non-binary protagonist
Plot: a young cleric meets an old woman in the forest who tells her the story of how the Empress of Salt and Fortune rose to power despite the odds - Asian fantasy, queer rep, extremely cool storytelling, really slaps (it has a sequel more centered around the young nb cleric but I haven’t read it yet)
- The Obsidian Tower by Melissa Caruso has a non-binary secondary character
Plot: girl who kills whoever she touches accidentally kills an emissary who had  activated a magical artefact that was 100% do not touch, and now she has to handle the political and magical consequences with the help of a magical expert group - fantasy, queer rep, found family af
- There’s Magic Between Us by Jillian Maria has a genderfluid secondary character
Plot: spunky city girl goes to her grandma’s little town for a week and think she’ll be bored but lo and behold she finds 1. a SUPER CUTE AF GIRL in the forest 2. magic 3. something to do: help the cutie in a treasure hunt and 4. … has anyone said ‘family secrets’? - contemporary fantasy, queer rep, ADHD rep, very fun (it comes out in July and idk if you can pre-order it yet but you can ask the author for an e-ARC copy in exchange of a goodreads review ;D)
There are more but either the character just makes a quick appearance, either the book is not Here In My Heart, either it’s already pretty known, like the Magnus Chase series by Rick Riordan which features a genderfluid character. (Either I just… forgot.) And then there’s the books I haven’t read yet so I’ll def update that list when I do read another book with non-binary characters :P In the meantime, I recommend you check out those books! 
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brynwrites · a month ago
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TODAY’S THE DAY!
Check out the cover of Once Stolen here, along with an excerpt from the story!
When an autistic mer-snake botches the robbery of a notorious energy cartel, leaving a self-proclaimed hero fatally poisoned, he must guide the hero to her cure in the swampy homeland that banished him—if the two unlikely allies don’t destroy each other first.
ONCE STOLEN is a boatload of fun, featuring queer found family, hate-to-load relationships, swamp monsters, boat chases, and disability acceptance.
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Once Stolen’s cover reveal is happening this Wednesday! 
The cover was created by the amazing @layaart​ and I’m so excited to have LGBTQReads revealing it for me on April 14th. Until then, you can find out more about this queer, punk-leaning fantasy adventure here, or add it on goodreads!
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brynwrites · a month ago
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Once Stolen’s cover reveal is happening this Wednesday! 
The cover was created by the amazing @layaart​ and I’m so excited to have LGBTQReads revealing it for me on April 14th. Until then, you can find out more about this queer, punk-leaning fantasy adventure here, or add it on goodreads!
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brynwrites · a month ago
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There’s Magic Between Us: Cover Reveal!
Here it is! Thank you so much for playing along with today’s AMA. Without further ado, please behold TMBU’s cover in all its glory:
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Aaaaaahhh!!! Look at the girls!!!! Look at the trees!! Look at the flowers and the water and the EVERYTHING!!!!!
I REALLY cannot get over how wonderful of a job Laya Rose did on this!!! And I can’t wait to share this book with you. There’s Magic Between Us is a YA Fantasy Romance coming July 6, 2021.
A diehard city girl, 16-year-old Lydia Barnes is reluctant to spend a week in her grandma’s small town. But hidden beneath Fairbrooke’s exterior of shoddy diners and empty farms, there’s a forest that calls to her. In it, she meets Eden: blunt, focused, and fascinating. She claims to be hunting fae treasure, and while Lydia laughs it off at first, it quickly becomes obvious that Eden’s not joking—magic is real.
Lydia joins the treasure hunt, thrilled by all the things it offers her. Things like endless places in the forest to explore and a friendship with Eden that threatens to blossom into something more. But even as she throws herself into her new adventure, some questions linger. Why did her mom keep magic a secret? Why do most of the townspeople act like the forest is evil? It seems that, as much as Lydia would like to pretend otherwise, not everything in Fairbrooke is as bright and easy as a new crush…
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brynwrites · a month ago
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As I change, so my characters.
(Thoughts about sexuality and gender identity, as it relates to two fictional characters and their writer.)
Now that I’m writing Ever Death (the fourth book in the series that starts with Our Bloody Pearl), comparing the protagonists of Our Bloody Pearl and Ever Death is wild.
In Our Bloody Pearl, the main character, Perle, is so stable in their non-binary identity that they never even ask themselves what it means to be non-binary. They just are non-binary. And they're happy with that. Dejean might be the canon asexual in Our Bloody Pearl, but neither he nor Perle have (seemingly) any libido, nor do they really care about social standards for relationships. 
They know who they are (people who experience no sexual attraction) and what they want (each other, no sex needed.)
In Ever Death, I ended up writing another non-binary, aro/asexual-spectrum protagonist, almost exactly four years after writing Our Bloody Pearl. 
This character has been trying to figure out who they are for years, and they still don't know. They've switched pronouns and labels multiple times. They have, not merely dysphoria, but a kind of dysphoria they recognize to be at least partially caused by social gender norms. They still don't know if where they've landed is entirely accurate to who they are.
They don't relate to their society's allosexual norms, but they can't figure out what that means. They stare at the lips of the person they're falling in love with and can't decide whether they want to kiss them, or if they just subconsciously know they should want to. They aren't even sure if they're genuinely falling in love or just forging a deeper platonic bond than they have in the past. 
They don't know who they are or what they want, only that they want to figure it out.
I believe neither of these protagonists are superior to each other; literature needs both of them and I certainly do too. But the transition from writing one, to writing the other, is a marked change in who I am as a person. And I hope someday I'll be writing a third kind of non-binary, asexual character—one who went through the challenges of doubting and realigning and digging deeper into themselves and came out with the stable, centered self-perception Perle and Dejean seem born to.
(I would be very curious to know if any other writers relate to this..? ^^)
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brynwrites · 2 months ago
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Okay, guys! We’re starting sign-up’s for the Writeblr Book Fair now, so there’s plenty of time for it to circulate before the event in May. If you know a writeblr with a book published, consider letting them know about this event! It’s basically a big promotional occasion for writeblrs, and a way for people to find easy access to purchasing books - a Book Fair, but virtual!
AUTHOR SIGN UPS
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brynwrites · 3 months ago
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Time for the second week of GreatAce.Club! Are y’all having as much fun as I am?
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brynwrites · 3 months ago
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Greetings Ace Book Friends!
I am excited to begin GreatAce.Club for February by introducing Our Bloody Pearl by D.N. Bryn!
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The ocean is uncontrollable and dangerous. But to the sirens who swim the warm island waters, it’s a home more than worth protecting from the humans and their steam-propelled ships. Between their hypnotic voices and the strength of their powerful tails, sirens have little to fear. — That is, until the ruthless pirate captain, Kian, creates a device to cancel out their songs. -  [Full Blurb]
If you want to participate, we’ll be reading the following each week:
February 1-7: Chapters 1-3
February 8-14: Chapters 4-8
February 15-21: Chapters 9-12
February 22-28: Chapters 13-16
Keep an eye out on for the discussion questions at the start of each week! Make sure to follow our hashtag #GreatAceClub for updates and to see what other people are saying about Our Bloody Pearl!
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brynwrites · 3 months ago
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Ayyyyyy if anyone’s interested, I’ll be live-tweeting my reading of Dragon Tamer throughout the day! This is a totally unique idea, nothing like the live read @linkedsoul did before
Check it out!
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brynwrites · 4 months ago
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There’s Magic Between Us: Romantic Moments
To match the Netflix edits I did awhile back, I decided to picture some of my favorite (non-spoiler) scenes as Netflix episodes. Since all of my favorite scenes happen to be romantic moments, they wound up with a theme LOL. (I wanted to include a few chapters later in the book, too, but I couldn’t figure out a way to do it without spoiling the whole thing.)
There’s Magic Between Us is an upcoming YA Contemporary Fantasy Romance by Jillian Maria. Expected release is Summer 2021. Click here to read the full blurb and first three chapters, or visit its tumblr page or tag!
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brynwrites · 4 months ago
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Thank you so much everyone who purchased and boosted DRAGON TAMER this last week! 
If you’re new to the party, you can find the excepts here: x | x | x | x | x | x | x |
Also @linkedsoul‘s LIVE READ of the book, which is spectacular.
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OUT NOW: Dragon Tamer!
Katla, idiot of idiots, last warrior of Lundr, should know better than to release a dragon.
Sacrificing humans to keep the dragons away may be less bloody than war, but it’s repulsive and cowardly. Real warriors fight their enemies head on. And that’s exactly what Katla intends to do.
Her plans go south when, instead of preventing the sacrifice, she frees a sleeping dragon and is kidnapped to his frozen castle. Between his speed and bestial form, escape would be hard enough. But the dragon is compassionate, too—and nothing slays a lonely warrior faster than a kindhearted grouch.
Soon, Katla is trapped between raging factions of her own heart. Stopping the sacrifices will recommence an age-old war, one she and her peace-loving dragon would wage from opposing sides. Now that they have tamed each other, could they truly go back to being enemies?
Dragon Tamer is a fun, slight bloody, enemies-to-lover fantasy romance novel about two gender-non-conforming fools who have very different techniques for dealing with wanna-be gods. It has a guaranteed (totally cheese worthy) happy ending. You can find out more info, including content warnings, here.
Buy now on Amazon today.
Add on goodreads.
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