Autumn Canter lives in a home of constant noise with three children, two dogs and four cats. Also, a husband and snake. One is adored. The other is merely tolerated. She studies Japanese, works in animal rescue and writes at a local coffee shop when she gets a minute. She might consider bartering a finger for more free time. She loves books more than jewels, cars, dyeing the gray out of her hair or replacing her holey socks. Were there an apocalypse, she is confident she will be entertained as long as there is a source of light by which to read. You can check out more of her work and get book recommendations on her Patreon.
That much, your mother and I have in common.
Dori had said into the Lorist’s old ear, “The crow came to me. He flew up to my windowsill and sang. He left his.”
With an introduction from the author, explaining their beliefs on the story’s theme of individual freedom and autonomy.