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Sharon K Angelici

Sharon K Angelici, she/her, was born in the American Midwest, but her heart and soul belong to the mountains of Colorado. She began writing as a child, using words to recover from trauma-induced depression. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, she’s an advocate for depression awareness and suicide prevention. In 2016 she published her first book dealing with both subjects, Dear Kane; what I wish we would have said. Sharon is a full-time lover of life and all things Pagan and Magick. She’s an artist and blacksmith, which inspired her to create her new Maker series. Book one Mark of the Maker released in 2020, and the second, The Magick and the Maker, to release in July of 2021.

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The Mark of the Maker: The Maker Series, Book 1 (Lesbian Romance, Fantasy)

Wildwood Blackstone believed her dream of being a country blacksmith was coming true. When the town of Bannock hires her to restore their abandoned carriage house built in the 1800s, she can’t wait to begin. But there are more than ghosts in Bannock, and shortly after her arrival, she discovers this truth. When a childhood friend answers a call for help, Wildwood finds a part of her past that she longed to rediscover. Together they reveal Bannock’s secret and uncover the Mark of the Maker.


The Magick and the Maker: The Maker Series, Book 2 (Lesbian Romance, Fantasy)

Wildwood Blackstone longed for a life as a small-town blacksmith. She didn’t imagine monsters or magick, and she never expected to fall in love with Shay.

Book two of the Maker Series finds the two women tangled together in the dark secrets buried deep in Bannock’s small-town history. Is their commitment strong enough to carry them through? Who is the keeper of the Magick? When will Wildwood and Shay uncover the mystery behind the Mark of the Maker?


Dear Kane; What I wish we would have said (Parenting)

Do the words that we say in front of our children build them up or tear them down? This short story explores the consequences of hatred and bigotry when it applies, unknowingly, to someone that you love. There’s a time in every relationship when a parent must let go of the dreams they have for their child, so the child can chase what they dream to become.


Immortal Human Truth (Poetry)

Immortal Human Truth is a collection of poetry written by the author as she traveled to promote her first book Dear Kane; What I wish we would have said. Each section explores experiences with love, injustice, loss and triumph of the spirit.


She Believed She Could (Self-Help, Travel)

What can you do in a single day? Why haven’t you done it yet? Jump out of your comfort zone and dive into life as you follow the author on her journey to achieve 365 new experiences in 365 days.