Ashleigh D.J. Cutler
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About Ashleigh D.J. Cutler
Ashleigh D.J. Cutler, better known online as “AshWolf Forever”, is an author and artist from Ohio in the U.S.A. She began building the Realm of Crystal Prism at the tender age of three. Since then, she has fought to bring it to life in a fashion that can be shared with the world. The battlefield spanning from then to now is littered with the corpses of fallen drafts and the wreckage of abandoned plots. She won her first battle with the publication of "Mask of the Dragon", her second with its sequel "Path of the Dragon" a year later.
Yet more battles remain. "The Windwater Pack" series will see its first successful skirmish this year with the release of its first installment, "Spirit Brother". Are more triumphant moments to come?
When asked, Ash had only two words to say: “Watch me.”
Titles By Ashleigh D.J. Cutler
“It's the other way around..."
Bo Jangles, a terrier-mix, was born a street dog, footloose and collar-free. Renegade, a purebred Doberman, the complete opposite. Yet the two dogs had been inseparable since they met as young pups. Both sampled the other's lifestyle, but while Ren lived chained to one human, Bo was content floating from one to the next like a butterfly in a garden. Close as the two dogs are, Bo can't help wanting to be closer still. He cannot imagine life without Ren in it.
And that is just the problem. A well-known "gay dog", Bo has broken almost as many hearts as his father before him. How could his best friend, who knows him better than anyone else, ever believe the ladykiller is in love? Especially when the rounder cannot abide chains in love any more than he can in life? It would be a long-shot gamble, one Bo's not sure he's willing to risk.
But fate, and Ren, just might take the choice out of his paws.
Naming her kitten “Domino”, she feels safer speaking with the supernatural that shadows her. Just as she starts to find her balance in the new life she finds herself in, the new “Dommy” is used to out the truth to her boyfriend.
And that might be the scariest thing she has faced.
At least, she used to be. Now, she's not so sure.
Because imaginary friends can't save your life. Right?