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Ill-Fated: A Creative Y.A. Novel Flawed by the Author’s Failure to Hire an Editor

Ill-Fated, despite its brief title, is a creatively-written first novel by Katherine M. Frey (aka Evelyn Ink) that succeeds on many levels—character interest, plot and vocabulary. I particularly like Ink’s invented words, such as moonspell, deckstormer, wandrian, questling, et al, which are neatly defined in the “espistemological expicarium” (aka index). I won’t summarize the story, […]

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