Authors I’m Thankful For: Megan Derr

Happy December, y’all! 😀

Today I’m celebrating Megan Derr! If you’re into m/m fantasy, you’ve doubtless heard of this author. And if you haven’t, well, you definitely need to check her out!

I regularly reread Megan’s stories because they make me happy, and I always love her characters. I have a special place in my heart for her Jewel Bonds series, which begins with An Admirer. I’ve reread them all more than once. Of Last Resort is also amazing, as are her The Lost Gods and Dance with the Devil series, and then there’s Tournament of Losers, which I was fortunate enough to read early. (And it was written for me, which makes my heart get all squishy!)

I’ve also worked with Megan as part of Less Than Three Press, one of my publishers, and she (and the others) have always been so awesome and helpful. They agreed to take on the Project Fierce Chicago anthology when I approached them about doing something to support the charity. Not only were they willing to organize it, but they’ve also donated all proceeds, including what they would have earned as the publisher (minus fees charged to them by vendors), to Project Fierce, for which I will always be grateful.

Much love to Megan, who’s not only an extremely talented author but an awesome and generous person as well. ♥

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About Piper Vaughn

Piper Vaughn wrote her first love story at eleven and never looked back. Since then, she's known that writing in some form was exactly what she wanted to do. A reader at the core, Piper loves nothing more than getting lost in a great book—fantasy, young adult, romance, she loves them all (and has a two-thousand-book library to prove it!). She grew up in Chicago, in an ethnically diverse neighborhood, and loves to put faces and characters of every ethnicity in her stories, so her fictional worlds are as colorful as the real one. Above all, she believes that everyone needs a little true love in their life…even if it's only in a book.

Posted on December 1, 2015, in authors I love, books, books I love and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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