What I Should Have Said

K. Bird Lincoln's blog about cancer, sf/f fantasy, and chocolate

About

K. Bird Lincoln is an ESL professional and writer living on the windswept Minnesota Prairie with family and a huge addiction to frou-frou coffee. Also dark chocolate– without which, the world is a howling void. Originally from Cleveland, she has spent as many years living on the edges of the Pacific Ocean as in the Midwest. Her speculative short stories are published in various online & paper publications such as Strange Horizons. Her medieval Japanese fantasy series, Tiger Lily, is available from Amazon. World Weaver Press released Dream Eater, the first novel in an exciting, multi-cultural Urban Fantasy trilogy set in Portland and Japan, in 2017. She also writes tasty speculative fiction reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. Check her out on Facebook, or join her newsletter for chocolate and free stories.

Want to read free speculative fiction short stories? Listen to K.Bird sing a Japanese lullaby? Check out kblincoln.com

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You can also subscribe to my newsletter via Bookfunnel and try out The Portland Hafu series! It’s a risk-free way to enter the magical world of the Kind– the beings from world myths and legends that live amongst us. Download for free or buy for 99 cents.

Japan lost World War II, but the Tokyo Council still rules the magical Kind with an iron will. When the Council’s enforcer, Bringer-of-Death, receives orders to go after a veteran who happens to be a Baku—dream eater— he is caught between the threat of punishment and his desire to help the Baku escape. Can Bringer-of-Death find a way to both protect his family and the Baku? Or will he be trapped as the Council’s slave forever?

If you’re looking for a place to buy Tiger Lily, the historical speculative fiction novel with a twist, or Dream Eater, Portland (OR) Urban Fantasy, then try Amazon or World Weaver Press)

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