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Ghost in Exile:
Korthlundian Kronicle
Jamie Marchant


Ghost is going to hell. Not even the goddess can forgive his sins:
assassin, oath-breaker, traitor (an affair with the queen earned him
that title). No one can ever learn the princess is his daughter. To
keep this secret, he flees to the land that turned him from a simple
stable groom into an infamous killer.

mission now? To find evildoers and take them to hell with him. But
when an impulsive act of heroism saddles him with a damsel who
refuses to be distressed, her resilience forces him to questions why
he really ran from his daughter.
*While The Ghost in Exile is related to the Kronicles of Korthlundia, it is not part of the series and can be read as a standalone!

Kronicles of Korthlundia

early childhood, Jamie has been immersed in books. Her mother, an
avid reader, read to her, and her older sister filled her head with
fairy tales. Taking into consideration her love for literature and
the challenges of supporting herself as a writer, she pursued a Ph.D.
in American literature, which she received in 1998. She started
teaching writing and literature at Auburn University. But in doing
so, she put her true passion on the backburner and neglected her
muse. Then one day, in the midst of writing a piece of literary
criticism, she realized that what she wanted to be doing was writing
fantasy novels. Her muse thus revived, she began the book that was to
become The Goddess’s Choice. The second volume in the series, The
Soul Stone, will be released on June 25, 2015.
lives in Auburn, Alabama, with her husband, son, and four cats, which
(or so she’s been told) officially makes her a cat lady. She still
teaches writing and literature at Auburn University. Her short
fiction has been published on Short-Story.Me, and my story was chosen
for inclusion in their annual anthology. It has also appeared in the
anthologies—Urban Fantasy (KY Story, 2013) and Of Dragon and Magic:
Tales of the Lost Worlds (Witty Bard Publishing, 2014)—The World of
Myth, A Writer’s Haven, and Bards & Sages.

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