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RH Webster

One who passed from bibliophilia to bibliomania all too cheerfully.
RH is the author of
Lucky was going home when she’s suddenly in the middle of an interstellar conspiracy. Who can she trust when she doesn’t know anyone?
The world emerges from a generations-long winter to find that the sins of their ancestors did not perish in the flames. As a new generation arises, so too do threats to health, stability, and peace.
Books RH Recommends
A conversational tone and a supernatural topic blend together in a book that stares the big questions straight in the face. I cannot recommend this novel highly enough!
When you die your soul doesn’t just leave your body. There’s a process: ripping, reaping, replacing.
After reading the first chapter I am hooked! I really want to see Jump the Gun succeed. Definitely check it out!
Meg, a fighter pilot, and Captain Jasmin Pierce, the civilian commander of the Rheda, find themselves on a mission that spans more than just light years: there’s mystery, adventure, romance, discovery, danger and love for the stars.
What do you do in that wonderful moment when you're in the shower, you have soap in your eyes but you've still got a killer novel idea? You jump out, dry your hands just enough you won't get electrocuted using your computer and add it to Inkshares. Duh.
The world emerges from a generations-long winter to find that the sins of their ancestors did not perish in the flames. As a new generation arises, so too do threats to health, stability, and peace.
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