Suspicion is far more apt to be wrong than right; oftener unjust than just. It is no friend to virtue, and always an enemy to happiness. Hosea Ballou

About Author
Marian L Thorpe
Marian L Thorpe
  • Country: Canada
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Writer
  • Member Since: Feb 2019
  • Profile Views: 1,387
  • Followers: 3
  • Writing:

    Historical Fiction LGBT Fantasy
BIOGRAPHY

Writer of historical fantasy and urban fantasy for mid-teens and up. The Empire's Legacy series explores gender expectations, the conflicts between personal belief and societal norms, and how, within a society where sexuality is fluid, personal definitions of love and loyalty change with growth and experience.

The world of Empire's Legacy was inspired by my interest in the history of Britain in the years when it was a province of the Roman Empire called Britannia, and then in the aftermath of the fall of the Roman Empire. In another life, I would have been a landscape archaeologist, and landscape is an important metaphor in the Empire's Legacy trilogy and in all my writing, fiction and non-fiction

I live in England for part of the year, Canada for the rest, with a cat and a husband. When I'm not writing or editing, I'm birding.

  • Marian L Thorpe

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Empire's Daughter (Empire's Legacy Book 1)

Publish Date: Feb 22, 2015

Genre: Action & Adventure, Historical Fiction, LGBT, Fantasy

avg rating4.5 - 13 reviews on Amazon

Marian L Thorpe's Books

Empire's Daughter (Empire's Legacy Book 1)

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Publication Date: Feb 22, 2015

Action & Adventure, Historical Fiction, LGBT, Fantasy

4.5 (13 ratings)

Empire's Hostage (Empire's Legacy Book 2)

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Publication Date: Jul 14, 2017

Action & Adventure, Historical Fiction, LGBT, Fantasy

4.7 (6 ratings)

Empire's Exile (Empire's Legacy Book 3)

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Publication Date: Jul 22, 2018

Action & Adventure, Historical Fiction, LGBT, Fantasy

4.7 (3 ratings)

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    • mlthorpe 2 months AuthorAuthor
    • Tough question! If you remove the magic, Guy Gavriel Kay and Elizabeth A. Lynn, and to some extent Mary Stewart's The Hollow Hills and The Crystal Cave.
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    • mlthorpe 2 months AuthorAuthor
    • I write between 2 - 4 hours a day, which is 1000-2000 words for me. Usually in the morning, but not always. I've learned that what I write late at night almost always is discarded.
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