Twin Blog

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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 […]

The Twin Thing

May 3, 2018

As many of you probably already know, K K Ness is the pen name of identical twins living in Queensland, Australia. The official bio is here, and it really doesn’t say much about us. In truth, we’ve been wondering for a while about how much we really want to say about ourselves and our authoring journeys. […]

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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