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About Shawna Canon
I'm an author in the Pacific Northwest who loves 'gloomy', overcast days and cringes away from the sun in pain like a vampire. Speaking of vampires, I've always loved them, as well as androids, aliens, and other types of 'looking at humanity from the outside' characters. I write stories about relationships, humor, drama, and action--always with a strong focus on characters first.
Please visit me at shawnacanon.com for more information about me and my books.
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Denneka isn’t looking forward to eighth grade. Of course, since she has no friends and gets bullied at school, she never looks forward to any new school year. But this time it’s different. This year, there’s a very strange new boy who keeps hanging around her for some reason. He’s super cute, and even though he doesn’t talk much, he seems to like her. But he also chases birds and sits in boxes and talks about seeing their missing teacher in a grave.
But then Trick disappears, and a black kitten shows up on Denneka’s doorstep. She knows she should find its owner, but it reminds her of her missing maybe-friend, so she takes it in. As time passes with no sign of Trick, she fears she’ll never see him again—until she wakes up one morning to find him naked in her bed, claiming to have been there all along and confused about why she’s upset.
It turns out there are other witches in the world, and some of them are pure trickster.
Seven Years Awesome Luck is a standalone, slice of life, contemporary fantasy recommended for teens and up.
War Mage Cassan’s purpose in life is to serve his queen, the woman who plucked him from the ashes of his home and saved him from his own magic.
Unfortunately for Cassan, today serving his queen means playing bodyguard to her romantic son. When they set out to fetch Monrose’s intended bride for the queen’s inspection, Cassan doesn’t expect much danger. He certainly doesn’t expect Monrose to insist they save his would-be father-in-law from a deadly creature of dark magic.
But Monrose is his prince and orders are orders, even if they come from a foolish dreamer with an inadequate sense of self-preservation.
A Common Life is a fantasy short story of around 7,000 words.
It also holds the last remnants of all land-dwelling beasts, so when a mysterious creature boards the ship and starts tearing animals’ throats out, there’s no time to waste in stopping it.
While Noah and his sons try to hunt the creature down the human way, his daughters-in-law use their own unique skills to hunt the bloodthirsty beast. But with the future of all humanity at stake, even the inhuman abilities of the Nephilim may not be enough against a shape-changing, impossibly resilient vampire.
Eyelids of the Dawn is a short story of around 7,500 words.
Moments after their arranged marriage—an event conducted with as much emotion as being fitted for a new set of armor—swordswoman Hesk and axeman Bram are sent on a mission to rescue a princess.
As wedding nights go, it gets bloodier than most.
Order-born is a novelette of about 10,500 words.