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K.C. Julius

K.C. Julius
BIOGRAPHY

K.C. Julius is the author of The Drinnglennin Chronicles, an epic medieval fantasy quartet. A classic tale of adventure, sword and sorcery, romance and betrayal, The Chronicles combines all of the elements of the stories she personally loves. The complete series—Portents of Chaos, A Realm at Stake, Bindings of Peril, and The Wings of Dread—will be released in the first half of 2020.

K.C.’s previous book, Beyond the Green Door (published under Kristan Julius,) is a YA fantasy set in Hutanya, a world in which water has become a precious commodity (as have copies of Beyond...)

K.C. currently lives in Düsseldorf, Germany.

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Portents of Chaos (The Drinnglennin Chronicles Book 1)by K.C. JuliusPublish: Dec 25, 2019Series: The Drinnglennin ChroniclesFantasy
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A Realm at Stake (The Drinnglennin Chronicles Book 2)by K.C. JuliusPublish: Feb 10, 2020Series: The Drinnglennin ChroniclesFantasy

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      • K.C. Julius K.C. Julius 6 days ago
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      • Contrary to the old adage, we DO judge books by their covers. I am delighted with mine, as they are the original art work of the talented Gwen Shackleton, a British artist who also happens to be a dear friend. The cover of Portents of Chaos recently was a finalist in the January 2020 AllAuthor Cover Contest, and I've entered A Realm at Stake's cover for the contest starting in March. I took care selecting the titles for The Drinnglennin Chronicles series, as I wanted them to be both appropriate for their genre, but also unique. You want your titles to be at the top of the list when they are googled.
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      • K.C. Julius K.C. Julius 6 days ago
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      • Way back in 2002, my YA fantasy, Beyond the Green Door, was published by Lothian in Australia. There was no marketing done, and I made a pittance on sales. In this day and age, independent publishing allows writers to retain creative, marketing, financial and rights control. If we're going to the work, we should reap the benefits.
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      • K.C. Julius K.C. Julius 6 days ago
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      • Lyrical prose and an alluring tale. At best, a good book opens up a new world in which the reader becomes immersed.
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