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About Amy-Alex Campbell
Amy-Alex Campbell is an Australian author who grew up near Bendigo, Victoria.
While epic fantasy is her genre, Campbell also enjoys writing M/M romance with a mix of LGBTQ+ characters.
The Lowest Realm is book 1 of The Miscreant, and was started when Campbell was 17 years old. She shelved the project after a while as it was missing something, but picked it back up 17 years later when inspiration struck again.
TLR was only ever going to be a standalone novel, but as it was being written, Campbell realised there was so much more to the story. Book 2 is currently being written.
The Marsden Park series will be a collection of stand-alone stories that can be read in any order. They don’t follow the same couple, but they do cross over in places. Currently, #1 Catalogue of Disaster and #2 Beneath the Grandstand are available.
Amy-Alex can be found on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Goodreads and on her website. Follow any of these to stay up to date with release dates and events!
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A funny MM romance set in Western Sydney, Australia.
Also representing trans women, a polyamorous relationship, and demi/pansexuality.
From the author of The Lowest Realm.
This is a standalone story and can be read without book 1.
When Cameron's failing relationship finally comes to an end, he finds himself on the streets of Sydney, homeless and alone. All he has left is a suitcase full of his clothes, and his job as a security guard. Battling severe depression and anxiety, Cameron fears he has hit rock bottom. A chance meeting with a young homeless man soon changes everything, though. Abused as a child, the mysterious Mr Loner has a dark secret that threatens to unravel his very existence. Will Cameron get his happily ever after, or will Mr Loner’s past destroy them both?
A confronting M/M romance set in Western Sydney, Australia.
The second instalment of The Marsden Park Series.
"How do you define two lost souls, who are completely alone in the world, except for each other?"
Author's note: This book was written by an Australian and therefore uses the UK dictionary, not the US.
CW: As stated above, this story touches on themes including homelessness, mental health, a brief consideration of self harm, and PTSD relating to non-sexual childhood abuse. Reader discretion is advised should these themes cause any discomfort.
With his kingdom ravished by the Holy War, King Za’Haal travelled unto the place of the gods to make a pact. A pact which ended it, for the gods accepted his terms.
But there was a catch—to appease them, Za’Haal and each king thereafter, must sacrifice a son.
Just five hundred years later, the pact was broken and the bloodline died. With no heir to carry out the sacrifice, the world was once again thrown into chaos.
Today, and on the eve of flying out on shore leave for an alcohol-fuelled bender, Nika’s oil rig is met with a terrible disaster. After several large explosions ripple through the rig, it collapses, plunging him into the depths of the sea.
Nika wakes up in a strange world, confused and with no memory of who he is. He’s then thrust into the midst of a great prophecy, and must journey forth with his new friends and the spoilt Princess Iryna.
For the bloodline lives.
Nika must adjust to more than a new world, as his body undergoes changes he does not understand. On top of that, he must also deal with being hunted, forbidden love, mancery, and gods he’s never heard of. Will Nika and his new friends find the blood descendent in time, or will ancient evil foil their plan?
This book was written by an Australian, and therefore uses Australian spelling.