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Book Title: The Pack: Addison|
The author of the book: Grea Alexander
Edition: Seamonkey Ink
Date of issue: January 3rd 2016
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 25.49 MB
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Reader ratings: 5.6
ISBN 13: 9781500275464
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Addison Savaughn's only sin was being born at the wrong time, to the wrong bloodline.
Celestine Savaughn kept her daughter isolated, locked away from the world.
As the last descendant of the Devinforge blood line, Addison had a destiny greater than she had it in her to imagine, a destiny that required sacrifice - great sacrifice.
So instead of dolls and pretty dresses, Addison had her knives and pistols. Instead of school, Addison had drills and patrols. Instead of friends, Addison had Mama and the Hunters' Guild.
Still, there was just one problem. Addison didn't believe a word of it.
She didn't believe in Mama. She didn't believe in the Guild. And she certainly didn't believe in wolves with hair on the inside.
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Read information about the authorwww.GoodReads.com/GreaAlexander - It's where my reviews live.
www.Twitter.com/SeaMonkeyInk - It's where I pelt people with lemons then run away.
www.librarything.com/author/alexander... - It's where I once had a drunken 1 night stand & left behind some review babies (that I'm not entirely sure are mine).
www.SeaMonkeyInk.com - It's where I live...online. Ok, so it's a seedy faux physical address store front where I get my mail.
I have pretty much an "open door policy". If you have something you'd like to say to me or to ask me, go right ahead. Send me a message. So long as it isn't profane (i.e. you're not cursing me out, sending me pictures of your special parts, spamming me about your poor dead uncle mother's pet iguana who just died and left you millions that you could get if only you had my help or the like), I'll respond....eventually. (grin)
Also, please note: I do not write children's books or romance novels (though some romantic relationships/elements do exist in my books). My books are for adults. My books contain adult themes, adult situations, sexual situations, cursing, intoxication and violence. Some books have more than others. Some characters engage more than others. If you find such offensive, you might not want to read my work. Then again, you just might feel naughty and want to read them anyway. (wink)
Q: Why the name SeaMonkey Ink?
Why not? (grin) What's not to love? I mean it's Ink squirting out of a Seamonkey. I mean sure no one has ever witnessed such a phenomenon but that doesn't mean it couldn't happen. (laugh)
Seriously, when I was in school (high school and beyond) I used to play pranks under various code names - one of which was Seamonkey. I also have always enjoyed writing and back when I started to do so, I used to write everything by hand (which requires either lead or Ink) even long after I got my first word processor and computer. After I finally started typing directly, it still took ink to print.
Hence SeaMonkey Ink.
Q: Have you ever actually owned Seamonkeys?
Actually I have and I'm pretty well convinced that there is a wanted poster with my name and likeness up somewhere in the SIA (Seamonkey Intelligence Agency) headquarters for mass genocide. (laugh) I try but I fail.
Q: Are any of your characters based on people you know/knew in real life?
Not really. Most are composites. However, I will say that more than a little of my own personality/thoughts/expressions pop up in my stories and among my characters.
For instance, in Rebellion Book I: Book of Quay, Phong Quay makes a statement that one day he is changing his name and not telling anyone what he changed it to. I've said that to people since I was like 5 - particularly when I get agitated at being disturbed.
So if any real life person is used as a template for some of my dialogue and character behaviors it would be myself.
Q: You write some historical novels. How accurate are they?
Accurate enough. (laugh) I always say I do just enough research to be dangerous.
I enjoy history and find some of the portraits of these figures, times and places to be fascinating. I actually do put in quite a nice chunk of time trying to make the story as historically accurate as possible though I would like to think my work is more character driven then driven by the time, places and figures that inspired it.
Q: Is there anything you would like to add in closing?
Yes! Buy my books. (laugh)
By contributing to my income through a purchase, you make it possible for me to spend more time writing new novels for you to enjoy. As a portion of the profits of my sales do go to charity, you are also placing yourself 2 degrees of separation from being a philanthropist!
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