Who’s That Indie Author? Cage Dunn

Who is this strange person? Why, it might be me – my deepest thanks to BookClubMom for the chance to chat.

Book Club Mom

Author name:  Cage Dunn

Genre:  Adult, contemporary, suspense, scary, thrilling, urban fantasy, and even allegory – but don’t tell anyone.

Books:  

Herja, Devastation, Poetry & Prose, co-authored
Diaballein, Suspense, Horror
Seeking, Short stories
The Old Woman & the Mad Horse Thriller, espionage
Not On The Cards Urban Fantasy, Arcane
Purpose – a Journey of Short Stories
Who Will Rule Magic? Kraken, Dragon, Cat vs. Kangaroo, Cockatoo, Crocodile Fantasy Allegory

What’s your story and how did you become a writer?

I knew I was a storyteller …

When I was a very young child,
my siblings were afraid of the dark, or liked to listen to the dreams of far away
All wanted to make the darkness into light, or the monsters be friendly
To give them dreams for tomorrow
Where they’d be wise, or wealthy, or famous
I told the stories…

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The New Story

It is a follow on to this story ( mybook.to/The_Mad_Horse ): https://read.amazon.com.au/kp/embed?asin=B07KYY9XSN&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_n7GVDb3RQQH4N Or if you don't use Amazon: https://books2read.com/The-Big-Three What is the new story about? A young espionage agent is blinded in a bomb attack, and her memories of the event are dismissed as induced by the trauma. How could anyone believe that the best … Continue reading The New Story

Release Day!

The new book of poetry from River is now available.

The Stories In Between

It’s the official release day for Left Waiting, my newest poetry collection, available from your regional Amazon marketplace.

Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered a copy of the eBook and those who have already ordered a paperback. It would be impossible for me to properly express the depths of my gratitude (I tried, trust me).

If you haven’t ordered yet but really want to get a copy, click the below image or simply click here.

Left Waiting Release Day Promo

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Book Review — Herja, Devastation, by Cage Dunn and Frank Prem

There are times the storytellers are the conduit for the person who wants their story told – this is one of those stories. I hope you enjoy it as much as Li did. As I did.
Thank you, Li, for joining us on this ride.

Tao Talk

Herja, Devastation by [Prem, Frank, Dunn, Cage]
“The woman, well, she’s the devil to some, vengeance incarnate, the one who uses scars on the soul to hold you still while your heart comes out for examination.”
Herja, Devastation, by Prem, Frank and CS Dunn

Adjectives that come to mind when I think of “Herja, Devastation” are smoldering, passionate, cold, dedicated, focused. Imagine, if you will, Count Dracula being a person people come to when they want someone obliterated and imagine R.M.Renfield as the ultimate assassin who carries out the contracts, in the fashion ordered by the Count. The entirety of Herja, Devastation swirls around this scenario, as told by “Renfield.” The story is exactly that, no more, no less.

There is a brilliant, mystical, and at times frightening power that is generated in the unique formatting of the book, which is written by author, Cage Dunn, and poet, Frank Prem. I’ve read works by…

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Herja, Devastation – #1 new release

She’s good, isn’t she?
Congrats, Frank, great job.

Frank Prem Poetry

I do so love this moment, when I randomly log on to Amazon to check a detail and find a brand new banner waving alongside the title: #1 New Release in Australian and Oceanian Poetry.

Welcome to the random rankings, Herja, Devastation!

Herja has also just picked up a 5 star rating over at Goodreads.

I’m just delighted.

Check out this experimental fusion of prose and poetry, let us know what you think,:

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