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J.D. Caren

J.D. Caren
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J.D Caren is the author of the urban fantasy/paranormal romance Through the Darkness: A Grim Delights Novel. She looks forward to watching readers discover the world and characters she's created and hopes they love them as much as she does.

Be warned, the series title is Grim Delights because there is no happily ever after for her characters without first going through the darkness. Welcome and enjoy!

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Through the Darkness: A Grim Delights Novel
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Through the Darkness: A Grim Delights Novelby J.D. CarenPublish: May 24, 2019Series: Grim DelightsParanormal Romance Fantasy

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      • J.D. Caren J.D. Caren 3 months ago
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      • I'm sorry, I think I'm missing something. Where did you get my name wrong and what did you mean? So sorry, I'm still figuring this site out so I'm probably missing something obvious. :)
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      • J.D. Caren J.D. Caren 9 months ago
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      • Last one for the night. I don't know exactly what "inspired" but I was alone a lot when I was a kid. Single mom who worked a lot, we lived with grandparents for a while, but they were also off at their jobs and we lived in a very isolated little area of West Virginia--what we call a holler back home. So, I had a tendency to live in my own head. I had a big imagination which I used to go on epic adventures or I could make up friends and send them on adventures. Around six, or so, I wrote a little story on blue construction paper. I was really proud of it, too. I used a hole punch then wound pink yarn through the holes to make the binding. I even illustrated it. Let's just say, it wasn't received well by the adults in my life. A "don't have time for this" thing that sort of stuck with me so from then on, I kept my tales to myself. If I bothered to write them down, they were usually packed or thrown away because I moved around a lot. It wasn't until I was well into adulthood that I bought a thumb drive to save them. My husband asked me one day: "are you going to do anything with these? Publish them or something?" and, honestly, I hadn't thought about it as something I could do. Other people were authors, not me, but his question made me think about it. Now, here we are.
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    • If you could choose three people to invite for a dinner party, who would they be and why?
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      • J.D. Caren J.D. Caren 9 months ago
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      • 1. Oscar Wilde. He was so quick-witted and sarcastic, there is no way it wouldn't be fun!
        2. Robert Johnson. I like blues and a good mystery. Maybe he'll spill about the crossroads.
        3. Vlad the Impaler. What can I say, morbid curiosity.
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