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Faezed & Confused Release!

By Jennifer A Marsh

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"Even monsters can benefit from therapy. Get your copy of Faezed & Confused, on sale now! #HappyReading http://hdtk.co/BRC2x"

— Jennifer A Marsh and
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Thunderclap campaign After trying out Kindle Scout, I was amazed by the support I received from fans who wanted to see my book make it.  Although Scout did not prove to be successful for me, I have risen above it and decided to self-publish.  The hardest part of being an indie author is awareness, so I am hopeful that this Thunderclap will help make my release date of November 17th a successful one.  All help is greatly appreciated. Faezed & Confused (Dr. Wulf: Paranormal Psychologist, Book 1)
by Jennifer A. Marsh
 
"You don't have to be human to need therapy"
 
All Skyla Wulf ever wanted to be was a psychologist…to humans. Unfortunately, the downturned economy made therapy more of a luxury than a necessity to most humans these days. With her student loans racking up interest, she decided to take on patients that most of us would need a psychologist after seeing. Zombies, werewolves and gargoyles make fine patients. It’s the Fae she needs to watch out for. The Dr. will see you now.
About me: I was born and raised in Sacramento, California, but have since relocated to a much smaller town in Oregon with my 4 young children and supportive husband. I’m a psychology student, which has given me quite a bit of knowledge on the subject for this series, and I’m currently working towards my master’s degree in mental health counseling. When I’m not writing or doing homework, I love to read, play video games, and spend time with my wonderful family. It’s a busy life, but it’s mine.  
Q. This book is part of a series, tell us about your series.
 
A. This series follows psychologist, Dr. Skyla Wulf, as she struggles to make a living during the recession. The world of the paranormal was an untapped market, but one with a steep learning curve and severe consequences if their customs are not honored.
 
Q. Is there a message in your book that you want readers to grasp?
 
A. The main thing I want readers to understand is that we are all at least a little crazy. That’s what makes us human. Also, outward appearances are very misleading. Don’t deny the real fact that there are monsters hidden among us, even if they don’t stand out in appearance alone.
 
Q. Why do you write?
A. When I first began writing, it was a way to dissociate from reality during a hard time in my life. It was my outlet. Now, I write because I enjoy it, but I also like to hope that I may get to play some small part in maintaining others love of reading.

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Created on 2015-11-07 11:45:52