Shirin Dubbin is a closet wallflower with an addiction to laughter whose alter ego is the orange, ass-kicking geek. Besides being a voracious reader and lover of storytelling, she hosts D.C.'s Fantastic Forum, a show celebrating comics, sci-fi and fantasy.
When not working in graphic design she's lost in writing: screenplays, novels, graphic novels and stage playsâ€”all of which she adores, but her favorite genre to write is Urban Fantasy with romantic edge. Shirin's first novella, "Keeper of the Way," debuted in 2009 and she was overjoyed (and more than a little surprised) with the great response to the "modern Fae trapped in Washington, D.C., tale."
Culturally, she's half American, half British and very southern; right down to the accent and love of gritsâ€”they're great with shrimp...try it! Government reports show a residence in D.C., but Shirin spends most of her time on the astral plane and is certain she's seen you there.
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Daily Dose Holiday Blog Giveaway: Frolic and Play, the Paranormal Way Keeper Of The Way December 10, 2009
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Books:Chaos Tryst, October 2011
Keeper of the Way, September 2011
Aftermath Cleaners #1
Dreams' Dark Kiss, December 2010
Dusk Takes Dawn, October 2010
Keeper Of The Way, June 2009