Hello!  I've already had some people nice enough to stop by my page and say "hi," but I figured it was only fair to introduce myself.  My name is Devin - English major, funeral home clerk, recently married, and a life-long dream to become a published author.  My genre of choice (at the moment, anyway) is steampunk and fantasy, mixed with a good helping of supernatural elements and some romance and science fiction on the side.  I'm always interested in talking to people about books, both what they're reading and what they might be writing themselves, so I'm always down for a chat.  I'm still getting used to Book Blogs etiquette, but I would love to build a network of people who are willing to beta my works (I'd be happy to repay the favor!) and people who are looking to get published themselves to discuss their experiences.  Feel free to drop me a line any time!

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Welcome to bookblogs.  I suspect you will find lots of interested people around here.  I found someone to edit and format my first book here.  

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