J. A. Pitts

J. A. Pitts

From the author's official website:

"I learned to love science fiction at the knee of my grandmother, listening to her read authors like Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard during my childhood in rural Kentucky. My life has always been heavily influenced by strong women. My mother first among them: raising three boys after the death of my father, with grace and wit. There were always women coming and going in our house, friends, family, folks who needed a hand, and folks who had one to lend. All of my life has been steeped in the stories of average people doing extraordinary things — and most of them were women. That is why I was drawn to the character Sarah in my new novel. She embodies all the strength of the women who have influenced me over the years.

I can’t remember a time I wasn’t absorbing and creating story. I read early, and became a regular at my local library. There for a while, I thought the coolest thing in the world would be to grow up and be a librarian. I even got the degree. Once I hit the workforce, I discovered how poorly most librarians are paid, and I ended up in high tech instead.

But I live my life surrounded by books and story. Selling my own tales still comes as a surprise to me. The characters and worlds I build have been given loving care by some pretty spectacular editors. I’ve been very lucky. I continue to launch my words into the world, for ... (more)

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Edited by 2018-12-01 (Seregil of Rhiminee)
Speculative Fiction Novels (5)
2016  Night Terrors (Sarah Beauhall, #4)
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2013  Bravado's House of Blues
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2012  Forged in Fire (Sarah Beauhall, #3)
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2011  Honeyed Words (Sarah Beauhall, #2)
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2010  Black Blade Blues (Sarah Beauhall, #1)
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