Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.
Oppressed was fantastic! And too short!!! Can't wait for the next one. Love your books!
Lol, thank you for reading, Van!!! REALLY APPRECIATE IT!
I am loving this series! I can't wait for the next one. Hurry please!!!
Your series is extra-amaz-ordinary!!!! Yes, I made up that word just for you and your series!!! :P I know what you are thinking!!!
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Ha ha ha. No. You're extra-amaz-ordinary!!!Just thinking about the gravalicious :P No. I didn't make that word up.
I cannot wait for the next book! Literally, I Can't wait...it's too hard! :) Your work is amazing!
Aww, thank you, Ashly :)))
I was just wondering, when you wrote all the books, did you imagine all the characters with southern accents? Or just some of them?
Hey Julianna, interesting question. Louisiana was colonized in a totally different manner than the rest of the Southern states so the accent is not really "Southern". There are so many variations of the New Orleans accent depending on what part of the city one is from. Arelia has more of a New York accent with a hint of Creole. The spirits all have Creole French accents. Lucus and Louis have slight Creole French accents (Lucus' is thicker).In Oppressed all the characters were meant to be speaking a mixture of Creole and Parisian French.Hope this helps :)
Please keep thinking and writing for us! I can't wait to read the fifth book. thank you for your wonderful story telling!! Pooboos
Thank you :)))))) for reading and your kind message.