The Ego is a veil between humans and God. In prayer all are equal. Rumi

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L. D. Nash
L. D. Nash
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 11/15/1976
  • Member Since: Nov 2018
  • Profile Views: 158
  • Writing:

    Action & Adventure Western Romance Fantasy
BIOGRAPHY

L. D. Nash was born early one stormy November morning. A warrior at heart, she's only killed people on paper and dreams of becoming a ninja; an idea her husband will tell you is impossible considering her severe clumsiness. She began her writing career at the age of 14 and hasn't stopped since.

Never tell her that she can't do something, because she will do it twice and take pictures. She lives in the piney woods of Northern Louisiana with her goegeous husband, two rowdy grandsons and entirely too many dogs. Once a month she turns furry and chases her tail, but otherwise, she can be found firmly rooted on her sofa, watching Supernatural and living vicariously through her many female heroines.

  • L. D. Nash

Book Views: 130

Sentinel: Demon Assassin (Celestial Keys Series Book 1)

Publish Date: Apr 14, 2017

Genre: Suspense, Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, Fantasy

avg rating4.5 - 6 reviews on Amazon

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L. D. Nash's Books

Sentinel: Demon Assassin (Celestial Keys Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Apr 14, 2017

Suspense, Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, Fantasy

4.5 (6 ratings)

Six Guns & Garter Belts: The Lost Outlaws Book 1

Six Guns & Garter Belts: The Lost Outlaws Book 1

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Publication Date: Dec 27, 2015

Historical Mysteries, Action & Adventure, Historical Romance, Western Romance

5 (2 ratings)

Southern Fangs: Journal of a Vampyre: Vol 1

Southern Fangs: Journal of a Vampyre: Vol 1

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Publication Date: May 04, 2017

Thrillers, Suspense, Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Horror

5 (1 ratings)

Trinity

Trinity

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Publication Date: Aug 19, 2016

Thrillers, Suspense, Mysteries, Action & Adventure

4.4 (3 ratings)

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    • What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?
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      • ldnash 1 day AuthorAuthor
      • In my opinion, an element that sets good writing apart from generic/boring/amateurish writing is the author's ability, and skill, to paint the vivid picture of an amazing tale. Anyone can tell you how the stars look in the night sky, but only good writing can make you feel like you're actually standing under a dark tent, lit only by pinholes of twinkling twilight.
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