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Liliyana Shadowlyn 

Lily discovered her love of reading at a young age. Her first words were, according to family legend, read and again. Actively pursuing her love of reading, she minored in literature at college, and followed it up with freelance editing and beta reading work for friends. Over the years she’s held a myriad of jobs, all ending at age 25 when she suffered a minor stroke. Since then she has learned to embrace what she loves, including reading, ballroom dance, writing, studying various religious beliefs and mythologies, dressing up as a fairy for Renaissance Faires and nature. She is currently a housewife and Wiccan Priestess and Druid Shaman Healer, along with continuing her freelance editing and beta reading for fun. Her favorite advice to give: Life is too short to let toxic people and things take over your life. Embrace the good, and minimize the toxic. Don’t let anyone ever tell you that you can’t do something. 

Dani LeChat 

She’s known by many names: The Cat Whisperer, Goddess of the Die, and The One Who Never Sleeps Or Sleeps Too Much. In the mortal world, you can just call her Dani. When she’s not burrowed underneath fluffy blankets or binging Netflix, Dani spends her time chatting with friends, watching historical documentaries, roleplaying, advocating for mental health, and playing an unhealthy amount of video games. Usually, it’s The Sims. Spending 6 years studying Japanese Language and Culture, she has a peculiar interest in eastern history and languages in general, as well as cooking, creative writing, and tarot reading. Acceptable offerings: cats, coffee, anxiety medication, snuggly blankets, Legend of Zelda memorabilia, and cheesecake. 


Don Schlaich


Don Schlaich is a graphics arts professional, author, and blogger currently living and cycling in Upstate New York. His first novel, Reckless Magus is available on Amazon, and his website and blog is Spellchaser.com.

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