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About K. D. Julicher
Husband-and-wife fantasy writing team K. D. Julicher collaborate together on their stories, often but not always featuring people who spend too much time listening to the voices in their heads. When not writing, they share off-road adventures in the wilds of Nevada, raising children, and way too many geeky hobbies for the time they have left.
Both have engineer dayjobs and both agree, telling stories is a lot more fun.
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"Expectation of Privacy", by LB Spillers
"The Greatest Knife Wielder", by Django Mathijsen
"Lutwidge Ranch", by Daniel Welker
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"Voice of Power", by Melanie Cellier
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