About D.M. Cain

 About D.M. Cain – fantasy and sci-fi author

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D.M. Cain is a dystopian and fantasy author working for Creativia Publishing. The Light and Shadow Chronicles series features a range of books which can be read in any order. The series installments to date include A Chronicle of Chaos and The Shield of Soren. D.M. Cain is currently working on the next novel in the Light and Shadow Chronicles series, The Sins of Silas, as well as two complementary novellas entitled Genesis of Light and Origin of Shadow.

Cain has released one stand-alone novel: The Phoenix Project, a psychological thriller set in a dystopian future. The Phoenix Project was the winner of the 2016 Kindle Book Review Best Sci-Fi novel Award.

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D.M. Cain on #IndiePrideDay – pictured with A Chronicle of Chaos and Soren

D.M. Cain is a member of the International Thriller Writers and one of the creators of the online author group #Awethors. Her short story The End was published in Awethology Dark: an anthology by the #Awethors.

Cain lives in Leicestershire, UK, with her husband and young children. She spends her time reading, writing and reviewing books, playing RPGs and listening to symphonic metal.

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8 thoughts on “About D.M. Cain

  1. I think it’s so cool that you taught in Japan. I’ve always wanted to visit and interact with the people there. Although food might be a tiny problem since I’m vegetarian!

    1. Thanks! It’s an amazing place to live and the people are so friendly and polite. Yeah, it isn’t great for vegetarians though. They assume ‘no meat’ means ‘no red meat’ so they often serve chicken to vegetarians!

      1. And I think it’s so cool you live in Leicestershire. I went to uni in Leicester (many, many years ago). Loved it!

        Nice blog, duly followed.

      2. Wow – great to meet somebody else who has lived here! I also went to Leicester uni – great place to study 🙂 Thanks for following!

      3. Loved the crazy paternoster, especially going up and over on the top floor. I remember some of my peers purposefully pulling the emergency stop cord at the top and then sparking up a spliff to hotbox it. I don’t believe they graduated, mind…

      4. Ha ha! Yes – I loved that paternoster! Had to use it every day to get up to the English department. What idiot/genius invented that??

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