Mary Ruth Pursselley is an Ozarks farm girl who has worked as a kennel assistant, stable hand, and janitor in the past. She currently teaches music and works as a freelance editor to pay the bills, since there’s “not a lot of money in revenge”. She’s a Hobbit at heart, so she spends as much time as possible at home on her family’s beef ranch, and enjoys expanding her personal library, studying creation apologetics, designing and wearing costumes every chance she gets, and drinking large amounts of tea.

Mary’s stories:

Song of the Wren Falcon (epic fantasy novel)

Knight On the Old North Shore (short collection of fantasy stories and poems)

The Shadowfields (historical novella)


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