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If you're interested in purchasing a copy of one of the anthologies my stories are in, here are the buy links on Amazon.com
Love Sucks: smarturl.it/LoveSucks
Twisted Tales: hyperurl.co/TwistedTales
Mystical Bites: smarturl.it/MysticalBites
Curse of the Heroine: www.tinyurl.com/JEFeldmanHeroi…
UnCommon Bodies: smarturl.it/UnCommonBodies
Where you put points for adopts, or just cause you loooove meeee. ^-^
I'm only asking for points to cover a core sub. Once I have that, my adopts will be cash, trade, or other things I decide at the time.
Love you!! <3
P.S. If you're adopting, please wait until I ask for the points directly so I don't just assume it's a donation.
Jordanne Fuller is a mishmash of creative talents whirling into one another, solidified into a woman. She has been writing since she can remember but didn't realize how much she enjoyed it until her poetry explosion at the age of sixteen. At twenty, she wrote her first unfinished novel that will likely never see the light of day. Now that she is thirty(ish) Jordanne has finished her first novel that she hopes to publish in the near future. Dusk is her first piece to enter the hands of a publishing company, and the stand alone prequel to Night, the aforementioned novel. She is working on many projects at the moment with the intention of publishing them all. She has recently gained status as a Top Ten International Bestseller on the Amazon Bestseller list for her contribution on the Love Sucks Anthology which features her story Troy; Mystical Bites which features Dusk, published by Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly; and UnCommon Bodies, with her highly acclaimed short Scars: First Session. She has also published both a short story in the Twisted Tales: A Paranormal Anthology, called The Flight of Phoenix; and another in Curse of the Heroines, called Trapped. Her spot in the Curse of the Heroines anthology was won in a short story contest, a prize only given to eight authors.
When not writing Jordanne likes to do various arts and crafts, but most of all she enjoys spending time with her son, fiancee and four cats. She has lived in Toronto for much of her adult life, but spent her childhood among many of the surrounding towns.