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Being Cosmopolitan Demands a Sacrifice

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On holiday in a strange and shockingly repressed kingdom, Alex finds herself sacrificed to the local sea monster in honor of the prince ascending the throne. This was not mentioned in the brochure.

The sea monster, however, is less interested in devouring Alex than he is in what everyone will think if they find out he's hopelessly in love with another monster. Add in a cat too smart for anyone's good, and Alex is ready to swear off holidays forever.

All she wants to do is escape, but if she's going to manage that she's first going to have to deal with lovesick monsters and updating an old-fashioned kingdom with some modern thinking...

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Jamie Brindle

I have been writing stories for pretty much as long as I can remember.  Although I have mucked about a bit with a lot of different genres and styles, I think of myself mainly as a fantasy author.  

I write a spectrum of fantasy, from light, fluffy, comedic stuff, through more more magical, fairy-tale stuff (often with a post-modern or ‘meta’ slant, and sometimes even with a hint of magical realism), to darker fantasy and grim folk-tale inspired fiction.  At the very far end of the spectrum, I do write some fantasy that’s so dark it’s bordering on horror.  I tend not to write heroic or epic fantasy (though that said, I do have one idea in the pipeline…)

I have worked various jobs (including driving a tractor, working in a lab, and selling boomerangs at Covent Garden in London); I am now a GP registrar in the East Midlands.  I am married to a woman who thinks she is a badger, and have a beautiful young boy called Ben.  My parents run a hedge maze in Bedfordshire, which you can visit (though the opening times change with the seasons).

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