Book View Cafe Readings: Mark of the Gods by Kris Faryn & Jules Lynn

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Today’s reading is a selection from Kris Faryn and Jules Lynn’s Mark of the Gods,  from their Muse Island mythological amateur sleuth series.

Kris Faryn is a multi-award-winning author of Young Adult Fantasy books and Adult Suspense. She also co-authors a suspenseful supernatural detective series. Kris is captivated by the study of creativity and word-play, as well as the origins of stories, many of which find their roots in mythology. Kris strongly believes in turning dreams into realistic goals and that everyone has something special and unique to offer the world.

Jules Lynn is a multi-award-winning author who writes paranormal stories on her own and supernatural mysteries with co-author Kris Faryn. Among close friends, Jules is known for her surplus sarcasm, her growing collection of boots, and her willingness to grab a karaoke microphone at the slightest nudge. She lives in Texas with her husband and a very loud cat.

Contents published with permission of the authors and Book View Cafe.

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