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Marian Allen has stories everywhere!

Marian Allen writes science fiction, fantasy, mystery, humor, horror, mainstream, and anything else she can wrestle into fixed form. Allen has had stories in on-line and print publications, on coffee cans and the wall of an Indian restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky. She has three novels–EEL’S REVERENCE, FORCE OF HABIT, and SIDESHOW IN THE CENTER RING coming in 2012–available through Echelon Press in various electronic formats.

Allen is a member of the Southern Indiana Writers Group, and is a regular contributor to SIW’s annual anthology.

Here are a couple of her books!

EEL’S REVERENCE
 – $2.99

The Eel is a place. The reverence is … complicated.
 With all sides bracing for battle, Aunt Libby wins the hearts and minds of some of the humans and mermayds around her. If they aren’t enough, if they fail her under pressure, the best the people of The Eel can hope for is a brutal suppression. The worst is a bloodbath that will made the sea run red.

Available for Kindle, Nook and multiple electronic formats.

FORCE OF HABIT
 $2.99

All she wanted was a breath of fresh air. Was that too much to ask? 
Apparently so. 
Gangsters aliens, local law enforcement and highly placed political operatives all get into the act, as a tangle of misunderstanding, miscommunication and mistaken identity land Bel Schuster in court, facing what passes for a legal system on Llannonn.

Available for Kindle, Nook and multiple electronic formats.

 

Check out some free reads and find out more about Marian Allen at  http://www.marianallen.com/free-reads/

 

 

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