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Angst and pain, Amy Lane

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Jan 05, 2014
Vulnerable Little Goddess | Book One Fantasy  /  Paranormal Amy Lane Working graveyards in a gas station seems a small price for Cory to pay to get her degree and get the hell out of her tiny town. She's terrified of disappearing into the aimless masses of the lost and the young who haunt her neck of the woods. Until the night she actually stops looking at her books and looks up. What awaits her is a world she has only read about—one filled with fantastical creatures that she's sure she could never be. And then Adrian walks in, bearing a wealth of pain, an agonizing secret, and a hundred and fifty years with a lover he's afraid she won't understand. In one breathless kiss, her entire understanding of her own worth and destiny is turned completely upside down. When her newfound world explodes into violence and Adrian's lover—and prince—walks into the picture, she's forced to explore feelings and abilities she's never dreamed of. The first thing she discovers is that love doesn't fit into nice neat little boxes. The second thing is that risking your life is nothing compared to facing who you really are—and who you'll kill to protect. 2nd Edition So, some of you will know what this means to me. I started writing Vulnerable in 2001--in fact, I turned in the twenty-five page story in October of that year, as part of my masters level creative writing class.  I dropped out of the masters program because I had two (at the time) small children who needed me, and because the world got suddenly uncertain, and  spending time away from them for what amounted to a vanity degree just didn't feel right anymore. But I kept writing.  And after a little bit of time, I had a book.  I sent it out--and it is probably holding up a couple of desks (if it hasn't been long since incinerated) in some agent's office, because the original manuscript was in heinous shape. There's a lot of reasons I didn't know how to punctuate a sentence of dialog back then--I won't go into them now, but they seemed perfectly reasonable then.   My husband was impressed with me-- Goddess, so very impressed.  "Let's publish it ourselves! We'll get free copies, give one to the relatives--it'll be great!" Well, it was, until that first, "Holy God, what idiot wrote THIS crap?" review, and then suddenly I realized I'd brazenly walked out into the literary world with my dress shoved up my pantyhose, and then I'd bent over to pick up my wallet. The last ten years have been a struggle and a fight to get better. When Lynn and Elizabeth offered me a chance to re-publish Vulnerable and the entire Little Goddess series under DSP Productions, I cried. Oh, Goddess-- a chance to see my girl gussied up and made ready for company? I was happy and apprehensive and proud and embarrassed-- Anne Bradstreet had it right. Setting your brainchild loose on the world is a terrifying thing, and it's never the fault of the father, but of the mother who forgot to smooth its hair and button the pinafore and buckle the shoes. This is my first baby. She has her flaws, but I still think she's beautiful. I am so proud. This book has a fandom already-- and the people who love it are fierce and wonderful.  Jennifer Morris, who runs the Coastal Magic convention is sharing in my cover reveal.  Mary Calmes and Damon Suede wrote an introduction for it that made me cry.  They're proud of me too. You can find Vulnerable: The First Book of the Little Goddess  on presale at DSP Publications--and it will be available on amazon.com on March 3rd. I hope people love it all over again, I really do. Especially because I'm writing the 5th one in the series right now-- like I promised years ago.  It's been a long time coming--bless you all for waiting.  And for folks new to the idea?  Welcome to Green's Hill.  It's everywhere I've ever wanted to be.
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