This is my Facebook author page. Please visit! These items include some of the short stories that used to be on Fictionwise: Barnes and Noble. A teaser of the opening scene appears below. I grew up in the country with no close siblings and no neighbors to play with, so books were my companions and playmates. I wanted to write the kind of stories I love, stories that provide laughter and romance and escape.
I write Southern-fried paranormal romance as Lexi George about hunky immortal demon hunters who come to the Deep South and fall in love. The first book in the series is called Demon Hunting in Dixie. Each of the romances is a stand-alone story about a couple, with roaming secondary characters that float in and out of the books.
The town is a character and there are lots of zany secondary characters and paranormal critters. I also write traditional fantasy under the pen name Alexandra Rushe. The fantasy series is called Fledgling Magic and is set in the imaginary world of Tandara, where magic and monsters are real. The first book in the series is called A Meddle of Wizards.
The series tells of the adventures—or, more accurately, the misadventures—of Raine Stewart, a young woman who gets sucked through a portal into another world populated by warriors, wizards, and monsters. There is an evil wizard of course! Unfortunately, she stinks at magic and has a lot to learn. Mostly, I make stuff up as I go, but some part of my brain is swirling while I write the plotting part to tie up the loose ends. What have been the major influences on your writing favorite authors, life experiences, or whatever?
I have always loved myths and fairy tales. I discovered Georgette Heyer in the seventh grade and was hooked. Oh, and The Wizard of Oz was another favorite.
Demon Hunting In The Deep South
George R. I admire his world-building tremendously and his ability to write memorable characters. The man is ruthless in that regard. I think being a lawyer has sharpened my analytical and critical thinking skills, which are assets to any writer. Also, I am a linear writer, meaning, I start at the beginning and plow to the end of the book, like an old mule. This habit, I suspect, comes from writing legal briefs. How did you go about creating your fictional town of Hannah, Alabama? Do you maintain background material such as maps, timelines, etc.?
Hannah is an amalgamation of the small town I grew up in and the small town where I presently reside. I took the river, the rolling hills, and the meteorite crater from the town where I currently live and smacked them down in South Alabama. A total fabrication, as South Alabama is flat as a flitter and has no hills. As for keeping things straight, I maintain a character bible for both series, or I would never remember it all. There are five books in the demon hunter series and a novella, and two books in the fantasy series.
When I started writing the fantasy, I sketched out a map of the world for my own use. It is pathetic. Book two of the fantasy, A Muddle of Magic, comes out in October. I am currently writing Demon Hunting with a Southern Sheriff, book six of the demon hunter series! Jeb encouraged local farmers to plant goobers instead of cotton, saving them from ruination, and the grateful town erected a statue in his honor.
You can see, though, why a roving statue would be troublesome to my sheriff.
He has a tricky job, maintain harmony between the norms and the supernatural denizens in his district. A story is created one word at a time. Or receive an invitation to Wimbleton after one afternoon on the tennis court. Writing is like anything else worthwhile. Make yourself sit down and write. Be selfish.
Writing is the only way to become a writer! Oh, and take craft classes or read a good book on writing. Join a critique group, either in person or on-line. Feedback is essential and so is constructive criticism. Very few good books are written in a complete vacuum. You can find me at Lexi George or Alexandra Rushe. Goss often draws upon fairy tales for her plots and, born in Hungary and having spent much of her childhood in Europe, sets several tales in her homeland.
A mind-blowing entry in my favorite fantasy subgenre, portal fantasy. Ella and Alice have kept constantly on the move, fleeing the bad luck that seems to plague them and everyone around them. At the age of six, Alice was temporarily abducted by a mysterious, redheaded man who claimed to come from the Hinterland.
She even has a part-time job and a friend or two. Soon after the surprising news about Althea, Ella and her husband and stepdaughter vanish. She resolves to track down her missing mother.
- The Story of My Life (The Restored Edition).
- The Woman I Am Becoming: Embracing the Chase for Identity, Faith, and Destiny.
- Demon Hunting in the Deep South (Demon Hunter, book 2) by Lexi George.
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- Becoming within Being (Marquette Studies in Philosophy);
- Scientific American Mind - November December 2010!
Ellery tells Alice a couple of the stories, their tone and contents a blend of numinous and creepy. She also learns the truth about her own past. The title makes this sound like a very short book! Worse, in this timeline the German Reich demolished the Soviet Union in an atomic bomb strike on Moscow in Deep fried curses.
- Demon Hunting in the Deep South.
- Living With Consequences - The If Then Principle of Gods Word;
- Overcoming Modernity: Synchronicity and Image-Thinking.
- Demon Hunting In the Deep South - Air Force Digital Media Program?
Deep dish revenge. Way down south in the land of cotton, one belle's plans are soon forgotten--when Sassy Peterson drives her Maserati off the road to avoid a deer and He's perfection in a tuxedo -- more so out of it -- and on a mission to protect his Alabama gal from the mysterious mayhem intent on her destruction.
- Demon Hunting in the Deep South | Lexi George!
- Once Upon a Summer Day (Faery Series, Book 2).
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- Quintus Smyrnaeus Posthomerica: Engaging Homer in Late Antiquity.
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