Emily Lloyd-Jones grew up on a vineyard in rural Oregon, where she played in evergreen forests and learned to fear sheep. After graduating from Western Oregon University with an English degree, she enrolled in the publishing program at Rosemont College just outside of Philadelphia. She currently resides in Northern California, working in a bookstore by day and writing by night.
Genres: Children's Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy
Emily Lloyd-Jones recommends
This Dark Descent (2023)
(This Dark Descent, book 1)
"Kalyn Josephson has crafted a rich world and a tightly-plotted story that kept me reading well into the night. Anchored by the emotional nuance of the two leads, this tale of horse-racing, magic, and power is not to be missed."
At the Speed of Lies (2023)
Cindy L Otis
"Timely and gripping, Cindy L. Otis's fiction debut is a thought-provoking commentary on the far-reaching consequences of conspiracy theories. Readers are sure to devour this smart and captivating thriller."
(Unseelie duology, book 1)
"Reminiscent of classic fairytales yet brimming with a charm all its own."
One for All (2022)
"A rousing tale of lady spies, swordplay, with a dash of romance. Tania is a formidable heroine, driven to carve out a place for herself among the musketeers. Lillie Lainoff has crafted a story as thrilling and compelling as any fencing match."
Fire Becomes Her (2022)
"Readers will revel in the glitz and allure of Fire Becomes Her. In a world where magic can be bottled and power sipped, Ingrid Ellis is burning with the desire to prove that she is more than a bootlegger's daughter. Full of political intrigue, a nuanced cast, and a fire-ocious heroine, Rosiee Thor's sophomore novel is as addictive and beautiful as flare itself."
(World at the Lake's Edge, book 1)
"A shadow-drenched fairytale that readers will happily devour. Lyndall Clipstone's lush prose lends itself to a world both dark and elegant, brimming with monsters and a young woman brave enough to face them."
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