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This is the thirteenth profile on fellow Independent Authors, Artists, Creatives and their new releases. I am a firm believer that promoting and supporting the Indie community is the most effective way to produce a vibrant, lasting culture of reading, artistic expressions and cultivating appreciation of the arts in this and future generations. Thus I hope that this series expands the Indie reading community and connects it with the creatives minds of the burgeoning community of Independent Authors, Artists, and Creatives. So let's get to the next profile on #INDIESPOTLIGHT...
Introducing Susan K. Hamilton: Author of
About the Author
Susan K. Hamilton has always enjoyed writing, but didn’t truly start writing in earnest until her frehsman year at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, when her English teacher challenged the class to write “something creative.” The resulting short story eventually transformed into her first novel, “Darkstar Rising.”
In 2016, she entered the Launchpad Manuscript Competition and her manuscript, “Shadow King”, was a Top Ten finalist and is currently in production at Inkshares (release date TBD). The following year, she entered a different manuscript in the 2017 Launchpad Competition, and made it to the Top 25. That novel—“The Devil You Don’t”—will enter the production queue at Inkshares in 2018.
Susan lives outside of Boston, Massachusetts with her husband and cat, and is currently working on a follow up novel to “Shadow King.”
About Shadow King
LOST GIRL meets THE DEPARTED
In a world where humans and faeries must live and work together, Aohdan Collins ruthlessly runs Boston’s criminal underworld, but when he shares a shot of whiskey with the lovely Fae Seer, Seireadan Moore, everything changes. Driven by revenge, Aohdan may hold the answers Seireadan seeks, but everyone knows that bad things happen to people who cross Aohdan Collins.
Confronted by tragedy and betrayal, Aohdan and Seireadan find themselves squarely in the Seelie King’s sights, where Seireadan must confront the man who killed her father, and Aohdan is forced to choose between taking on a role that will fracture the Seelie Court forever, or watch everything he’s built—and everyone he loves—be destroyed.
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