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Work, work, work

June 3, 2018

Kim here. The past week has seen the last pieces of uni assessment finished for the term. Thank goodness! I always seem to end the term wondering how on earth I survived the juggling act. This time, though, I’m super excited because I have five glorious weeks ahead of me that I can dedicate to […]

Horkso’s Hustling Along!

May 17, 2018

Kim here. I’ve been working my butt off on our space adventure novel Horkso Hustle for the past week after a considerable hiatus (at least, that’s what it feels like). I’d been giving myself permission to procrastinate by using a few trusted excuses: I’m on night shift at the moment, I’ve got uni assessment due, I’m […]

What’s up with Destroyer?

May 10, 2018

Kel here. Destroyer is nearly done (we’ll announce the release date soon). The book is a much bigger adventure than Messenger and Visioner, which is really exciting but has also added a few grey assassins into my once perfectly auburn hair. I’ve been busy making a few plot changes with Kim by adding in an […]

Praise for the Shifter War Series

Daniel Mitton – Love Bytes Reviews

This one had it all. Good guys, bad guys, ancient evil, and a main character who learns far more about himself than he ever expected… I highly recommend this one to readers of fantasy/shifter/underdog type stories. I loved it.

Daniel Mitton – Love Bytes Reviews
Joscelyn Smith – Amazon customer

A great second installment to the Shifter War series. I absolutely cannot wait to read the next book in the series, I hope for many more because I’m not nearly ready for it to end.

Joscelyn Smith – Amazon customer
L E Truscott – Author of ‘Enemies Closer’

I don’t normally read fantasy fiction but with a terrific cast of characters and great writing, this is the kind of book that could change anyone’s mind.

L E Truscott – Author of ‘Enemies Closer’
Marcine – Amazon customer

Visioner continues Danil and Hafryn’s journey. It is wonderfully written and tells the next part of their adventure/battle to free Kailon. It stops at a natural pause in the journey, but leaves it open to continue if the authors write more. Here is hoping they are busy on the next book.

Marcine – Amazon customer
Lyn – Amazon customer

Quirky and lovable characters drive this story. Two distinct cultures separated by geography are brought together in our heroes. Magic and mayhem and a sweet love story are the results. If you’re looking to escape into a bit of light-hearted fun for a few hours, K K Ness’s Messenger is for you.

Lyn – Amazon customer
sbookworm – Amazon customer

Loved both books. The story grabs you and does not let go. I can’t wait for the next one in the series.

sbookworm – Amazon customer
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