Author: J.L. Hendricks

I am an avid traveler and my picture is from when I was in Moscow during the 2014 Olympics! I flew down to Sochi and attended the games by myself one weekend because my co-workers didn't want to go. NO FEAR!

I am an independent author who is currently writing a sci-fi adventure/romance series titled, Alpha Alien Abduction Tales. These are PG-13 versions of the extremely popular alien romance genre. Check out my author profile on Amazon - J.L. Hendricks

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Posted by February 12, 2018

MYSTIC WORLDS PARANORMAL ROMANCE & URBAN FANTASY GIVEAWAY February 8-28   https://mysticworldsgiveaway.blogspot.com/   Visit our giveaway and enter for your chance to win a Kindle Fire HD8, ebook prize packs where you choose the books on Amazon you want to win, Amazon gift cards, or a sterling silver wolf pendant! Plus, shop our mini-fair of books to discover your next favorite read from our 33…

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Restriction, only 99c! Fans of the Kurtherian Gambit Universe (KGU) are in for a real treat! Restriction is the start of The Age of Magic! This new series in KGU takes place in the distant future on Earth and is the start of the new era of Magic! When the inhabitants of Earth moved from the Age of Madness to The Age of Magic, after…

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Dawn of Destiny, Book 1   Have you heard of The Kurtherian Gambit Series? AKA KGU? If not, then this is the start of something seriously great! The KGU universe is a group of authors who joined with Michael Anderle to write in almost all genres of a shared universe. The stories take place over various centuries as well as in varied galaxies! Some are…

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Top 10 Reasons NOT to Visit Illumia   Today I have a guest blogger, Angel Leya! She’s a Young Adult author with an exciting fantasy series!   Hi, I’m Angel Leya, and I write clean young adult stories with (at least) a touch of magic and romance. My latest story is Running Toward Illumia, Astrea’s tale of finding herself while running from the one thing…

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Perils and Pitfalls of Heart Surgery   As of the day I write this post, it’s been exactly 4 months since I had open-heart surgery to correct a congenital heart defect. Since I was a teenager I had been misdiagnosed. First, it was a pulled muscle when my mother rushed me to the ER in high school afraid I was having a heart attack. Then,…

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