Where the protagonist, Catori Kahn, excels in communicating with the spirits assigned to her care, she falls short with handling her living coworkers, friends, and lovers. It’s not until she recognizes the negative patterns of behavior in her work and her social life that she can move forward and reconcile the rift between her heart and her head to affect the positive changes so desperately needed in her industry and mend the broken personal relationships she needs to continue her professional mission.
Targeted Age Group: 18+
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Eda J. Vor is work-from-home novelist, blogger, and toddler wrangler who likes a little feminism in her fiction if only to make women seem a little more like people. In her “free” time–which amounts to about the 15 minutes a day when she’s not working one of her two jobs, chasing her Star Wars-loving son, or sleeping–she blogs about bias in children’s media, fangirling cancelled (or soon-to-be cancelled) TV shows, the perils of momhood and occasionally about people who suck. She’s an avid writer’s hashtag game player on Twitter and hates Facebook with a passion but not enough to delete her account entirely.
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