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UK Meet: Violet Joicey-Cowen 

Starting from June 1, 2015, I will daily feature authors attending the three conventions I will join, Euro Pride in Munich (July), UK Meet in Bristol (September) and GRL in San Diego (October).

For the UK Meet in Bristol, September 11-13, 2015, today author is Violet Joicey-Cowen: Violet Joicey-Cowen is the proud owner of one rather chaotic life. This includes her son, her menagerie (currently – two dogs, one cat, one guinea-pig, one fish and 5 stick-insects), her friends and a rather battered laptop she would be lost without. She lives in North Yorkshire in England. When she is not writing she plays a lot of pool and is on a couple of teams.

She has been writing since she was about ten years old and has always loved escaping into other worlds where the people living there would tell her their stories and she would just have to write them down. She always dreamed of having her stories published so her characters could get out there and meet other people who might begin to love them as much as she does.

Further Readings:

Shadow's Dagger [Hari: The Princes of Nilan'dane 2] by Violet Joicey-Cowen
Series: Hari: the Princes of Nilan'dane
Paperback: 214 pages
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc. (September 24, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1627419578
ISBN-13: 978-1627419574
Amazon: Shadow's Dagger [Hari: The Princes of Nilan'dane 2]
Amazon Kindle: Shadow's Dagger [Hari: The Princes of Nilan'dane 2]

How can an assassin be Prince Belden's safest choice? When Prince Belden of Nilan'dane picked his husband at the traditional gathering of men, known as The Choosing, he thought he had made a safe decision. Sent by a mage who plotted the downfall of the royal family of Nilan'dane, Barli was supposed to get close to Bel's family and then kill them all. However, when Barli looks into the eyes of the vulnerable Prince Belden for the first time, something changes, and he knows he will never be able to do anything that would hurt this man. But how is he ever to confess the truth of why he was at The Choosing when Bel now carries his child? Barli has to teach Bel that, though he is a prince, submitting to Barli is what he really needs, and what Barli needs, is to believe in Bel's love.



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