Author: B. Kristin McMichael

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Originally from Wisconsin, B. Kristin currently resides in Ohio with her husband, two small children, and three cats. When not doing the mom thing of chasing kids, baking cookies, and playing outside, she is using her PhD in biology as a scientist. In her free time she is currently hard at work on multiple novels. Every day is a new writing adventure. She is a fan of all YA/NA fantasy and science fiction.

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GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Day Human Prince by B. Kristin McMichael

GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Day Human Prince by B. Kristin McMichael

“What’s wrong?” she asked. She looked over his shoulder and quickly around the room, but didn’t see anything. “We need to dance our way out of here,” Devin replied quietly, while still spinning them in circles. “Just follow my lead.” Nessa wanted to ask more, but Devin dipped her down suddenly with one hand. Pulling her back up, his fist pressed against her back, now holding an arrow he grabbed from an assassination attempt. No one saw the invisible arrow, but Devin still held onto it. After a few more quick spins that didn’t allow Nessa to ask more questions, yet brought them five feet closer to the exit, Devin caught a second arrow from a different assassin. The first assassin was still waiting. Even the assassins didn’t see their own arrows. As they were within ten feet of leaving, Nessa finally protested. “Devin, what is going on?” she asked,… Read more »

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GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Carnelian by B. Kristin McMichael

GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Carnelian by B. Kristin McMichael

Carnelian centers around Seth and Mari. They are meant to be together according got Seth, but Mari is not exactly falling for the cute guy just because he says that. Instead she overheads that she is to be number twenty-four on his list of conquests and decides to pass on his attempts to woo her, but that is easier said than done as Seth doesn’t plan to make it easy for her. Meeting Seth for the first time: I closed my book and looked up from under the maple canopy to the blue sky above. I had a normal life, but girls in books always went on adventures. I guess that was what going far off to college was to me, an adventure. My future was already planned, but I’d give anything to be one of those heroines. I wanted to live the life I found in these books. I… Read more »

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