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About Meghan & TBR

Hi!  I’m the author of the Adept Universe, including the Dowser, Oracle, and Reconstructionist Series. I live on beautiful Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada with my husband, Michael, two persian cats, six chickens, and one turtle. I have a penchant for bloody love stories, superheroes, and the supernatural. I also have a thing for chocolate, potatoes, and cashmere yarn.

(in order of release)

After The Virus
Spirit Binder
Time Walker
Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic (Dowser 1)
Trinkets, Treasures, and Other Bloody Magic (Dowser 2)
Treasures, Demons, and Other Black Magic (Dowser 3)
I See Me (Oracle 1)
Shadows, Maps, and Other Ancient Magic (Dowser 4)
Maps, Artifacts, and Other Arcane Magic (Dowser 5)
I See You (Oracle 2)
Artifacts, Dragons, and Other Lethal Magic (Dowser 6)
I See Us (Oracle 3)
Catching Echoes (Reconstructionist 1)
Tangled Echoes (Reconstructionist 2)
Unleashing Echoes (Reconstructionist 3)

Novellas and Short Stories

Love Lies Bleeding
The Graveyard Kiss (Reconstructionist 0.5) (currently found for FREE in the Kiss Anthology)
Dawn Bytes (Reconstructionist 1.5)
An Uncut Key (Recontructionist 2.5)

Web Series


To Be Released
Untitled – Dowser 7 (Winter 2017)
Untitled – Necromancer 1 (TBA)
Untitled – Dowser 8 (Spring 2018)
Untitled – Dowser 9 (Summer 2018)

Questions? Email me at info [at] Twitter and Facebook links can be found on the side bar. Oh, when I remember to do so, I occasionally use iTunes and Amazon Affiliate links. Email addresses used in commenting are never collected or stored offline.

Thanks for dropping by!

UPDATE: September 12 , 2017 – I’m writing the first draft of Dowser 7, while outlining Dowser 8, Dowser 9, and Necromancer 1.

71 Comments leave one →
  1. Mark McLeod permalink
    June 21, 2011 11:23 PM

    Great book! It did a great job depicting that there are worse things thanks Zombies.And they walk by us everyday.

  2. February 18, 2014 2:30 PM

    So I’ve read almost everything you’ve written. Can’t wait for the Dowser #3. How do you do it? Amazing. I’m in awe. Thanks for helping a busy doctor keep her sanity by diving into fantasy.

    • February 18, 2014 6:58 PM

      Michele – super cool that you’ve read almost everything!! I’m glad I can lend you some escapism! I love that in a book as well. I have series I reread just for that reason … charge my batteries, sort of thing. I’ve always been a story teller, and I’m having a blast writing books now. I just wish I could get the stories out of my head faster. Thanks for reading, reviewing, and commenting! It means the world to me to be read.

  3. Jeanny permalink
    March 8, 2014 11:02 PM

    I wasn’t sold on Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic – Dowser #1 luckily I got the ebook for free. That said I’m a bit of an odd ball. I usually give the first book in a series a “pass”. My logic is the author has to accomplish a lot in the first book. They must establish the world & characters while still entertaining us with a story. This info dump can slow the pace but it’s a necessary evil. Therefore, I (usually) reserve judgement until I read book two. I’m so glad I have this rule! Treasures, and Other Bloody Magic – Dowser #2 sold me on the series. I am anxiously awaiting Treasures, [spoiler], and Other [spoiler] Magic – the 3rd Dowser book releasing in April/May 2014.
    I expect great things from you now Ms. M. Ciana Doidge *wink

    • March 9, 2014 2:09 PM

      Thanks, Jeanny. I’m glad you gave the second book a chance as well! I’m almost done the second draft of Dowser 3. So hopefully I will have book 3 all polished and in your hands by May. Remember to join the new release mailing list if you want to be the first to know when it is available.

      Have a great week!


  4. Kirsty permalink
    August 13, 2014 1:58 PM

    Hi, just wanted to say how much I’ve loved the three Dowser books.

    I’m really glad I tried the first one – free Kindle books are a bit hit and miss, but yours captured me from the start and continued to keep me entertained throughout as all three were fantastic (although as a Londoner I hadn’t found anything odd in having the 1st floor be called the ground until you mentioned it!)

    Thanks for writing, and please keep them coming!

    • August 13, 2014 3:19 PM

      Thanks for commenting here! It was my talented and eagle-eyed editor that pointed out the first floor/ground floor oddity. I’ve been to London twice (as well as Ireland) and didn’t notice that myself. But once I was up-to-speed I thought I might make mention of it a couple of times for fun 🙂

      So glad you enjoyed the read. There is more coming!

      Sunshine & lollipops.

  5. August 24, 2014 5:55 AM

    Consumed your Dowser books this weekend. Interesting and nice. When to expect the 4th?

    • August 24, 2014 9:43 AM

      Nice! You will see the Oracle #1 in October some time. And Dowser 4 in December. The Oracle transitions the Dowser series, and we get to see Jade from someone else’s POV. It’s also the beginning of a new series. However, I’ll write Dowser 4 – 6 next. Dowser 4 is halfway written already. 😊

      Thanks for commenting here!!

  6. Jasmin permalink
    September 27, 2014 12:19 AM

    Found your first Dowser book free as an ebook and figured I’d give it a whirl as I’m actively trying to find new authors to help fulfill my voracious reading appetite. Was hooked in the first couple of chapters. I love the unique storyline and relatable characters… 2 days later and I’m eagerly awaiting your first Oracle novel and books 4 and 5 of the Dowser series. Your writing style is fluid and your storyline is exciting.
    It was such a pleasant surprise to not see the books drenched in sex allowing me to pass your name along to my younger siblings and cousins as a fantasy recommendation. Thanks for sharing your stories with us!

    • September 27, 2014 8:34 AM


      I’m so glad you found me as well! I just got the editor’s notes on the Oracle 1, so it should be available soon – yay! The characters are new adult in that series, but it’s definitely steamier, so you may want to read it first. 🙂 if you branch into any if my other books I also wouldn’t recommend After The Virus for a younger crowd, for violence in that case.

      Dowser 4 is also coming along well. I’m halfway through the first draft. I have such fun writing Jade!

      Thanks for dropping by the blog and commenting. 😃

  7. October 24, 2014 7:01 AM

    Just finished reading your 1st Dowser book, got it free, loved it. Just bought the 2nd one on Kobo and will continue to follow your journey. xxx

  8. December 20, 2014 3:43 PM


    I love your Dowser series so far & the beginning of the Oracle series. I read Dowser #1 start to finish & loved it so much I purchased the other two the moment I finish & read them with as much enthusiasm as I did the first. I couldn’t wait for I See Me to come out so I could continue to explore the amazing world you have created. I am trying desperately to distract myself from continually checking to see if Shadows, Maps and Other Ancient Magic has been released since 2014 is coming to a close in a blink of an eye.

    Thank you for your amazing stories. I hope your Holidays are fantabulous!

    • December 20, 2014 3:52 PM

      Ah, thank you so much! I love writing in this universe so there are definitely more stories to come in both series. I just wish I could write quicker. You just reminded me I need to update this page. Dowser 4 is with the editor, so I don’t think I will manage to publish it before the year is out … with editing, proofing, and formatting needed before that happens. I hope to have it to you by the end of January 🙂 Merry Christmas!

  9. Krissy permalink
    February 15, 2015 9:24 PM

    Started with the free first book last week. Finished all three books about Jade and the new Oracle book. Can’t wait for the next book!

    • February 15, 2015 9:46 PM

      Hi Krissy! So glad to hear you like the Dowser/Oracle books. Dowser 4 is coming! So Soon!! Make sure you have some chocolate on hand 🙂

  10. Karin permalink
    March 7, 2015 11:47 AM

    I can’t say for sure without reading the rest of them a 3rd time , but I think that Shadows is my new favorite in the Dowser series. Jade just gets even more fabulous with each book. Can’t wait for the next one!

    • March 7, 2015 12:24 PM

      I think so too! Though I have a soft spot for Cupcakes (Etc) of course. I always like the book I’ve just released the best for some reason. Glad you enjoyed Shadows!! I was a bit worried about it actually.

  11. Sherry permalink
    March 11, 2015 2:54 PM

    I am so happy I have found your books! I started with the Dowser series then Oracle and
    have just downloaded Spirit Binder to read tonight. You have very interesting characters and story lines. I am also enjoying the cupcake recipes. Thank you and keep on writing!

    • March 11, 2015 3:18 PM

      Thank you for reading and commenting here. I’m so happy to have found you. I love to write/create, and being able to share my stories is a blessing.

      And that’s not just the chocolate talking … I haven’t had any yet today!

  12. Susan Sander permalink
    May 3, 2015 10:44 AM

    Half way through Spirit Binder. Is this a stand alone novel or will there be more? I am addicted to your writing and can’t wait for more of…everything!

    • May 3, 2015 11:57 AM

      Susan – stand alone, but my YA fantasy Time Walker is set in the same universe (10 years later). Glad you are liking it!!

  13. cathwren permalink
    May 18, 2015 2:22 PM


    I just finished Cupcakes, Trinkets and Deadly Magic. Outstanding! I almost didn’t get the book; frankly the title is a bit twee. Then, when the vampire showed immediately, I almost quit. I’m so not into vampires. Todays vampires are too sparkly, werewolves too horny and zombies, well I don’t know about zombies as this is the first I’ve read of them. But Kett was scary and the shifters, though sexy, were also scary. In fact, there was enough scary in the book to give me uncomfortable dreams when I had to stop reading for the night.

    The writing was excellent, the story compelling and the characters were intriguing. I’m almost afraid to get the next book for fear that you couldn’t pull it off twice. But the posts here tell me I shouldn’t worry.

    Thanks for several hours of exhilarating reading.

    • May 18, 2015 2:28 PM

      Wow! Happy to have won you over! I hope you like Dowser 2, 3, and 4 just as much. I think you will find that the series … grows, expands, from its prettified beginnings. Not to say that Jade doesn’t like everything to be oh so nice, just that she doesn’t often get her way. 😀

  14. Kim permalink
    June 14, 2015 5:58 PM

    Happy Sunday ! I spent the day beach combing for trinkets to make faerie houses and wind catchers. I’m addicted to your books and am anxiously awaiting the next in both series. ( I read the downer series in a week) I would love to see an example of the window hangings or trinkets from the dowser series as I’m a collector and alchemist when I create my art.
    I am so elated to find a local writer who inspires and let’s me escape the real world.
    Thank you !

    • June 14, 2015 6:23 PM

      Hi Kim! I’m so glad you found the Dowser series. I can picture the trinkets Jade makes so clearly in my mind but don’t have the skill to pull them off myself. I do own a wind chime (that I bought from a vendor at the Kits Farmer’s Market two years ago) that is made out of an old mechanical egg beater with antique silver spoons strung off it. I think that was part of the inspiration. The artist also did similar treatments to old tea pots, etc. I’ve never seen her again, which is too bad because I would certainly collect more.

      💕💕 Thank you for reading and commenting here 💕💕

    • Kim permalink
      June 14, 2015 8:38 PM

      Oops dowser not downer lol too much sun today loll

  15. Faidra Bailey permalink
    July 7, 2015 10:57 AM

    The Dowser Series has become my new favorite series. I’ve read all four in the last two weeks. Luckily I had some time off. 😉 Keep up the great writing!!

    • July 7, 2015 11:01 AM

      YAY! I’m glad you found the Dowser series and liked it that much! Dowser 5 is releasing July 23 – whoot! Thanks for reading and commenting here. 😀

  16. SaraJo permalink
    July 27, 2015 6:35 PM

    Hi! Love, love, love your writing! I (embarrassingly??) read through the Dowsers and Oracle 1 in a week’s time and then had withdrawal until the Dowser 5 release! Thanks for getting me back on track! 😉 I just began scouring your blog- so I don’t go into withdrawals again- AND because I have one important question!! I have a difficult time visualizing Jade’s necklace- and it’s so important I want it perfect in my head but didn’t find anything like the picture of Rochelle’s necklace on your blog! Wondering if you have any kind of visual of it? 😉 Thanks for becoming my new favorite series- already spread the love to my bookie friends!

    • July 28, 2015 2:20 PM

      I don’t have a specific picture of Jade’s necklace. Just the one in my head 🙂 so I’m not going to be very helpful that way. Sorry. I’m so glad you found the Dowser series and are enjoying it so much. I love writing it, and am crazy pleased to find readers!

    • July 28, 2015 2:22 PM

      Thanks for sharing with your friends as well, that is the absolute best marketing and I can’t buy it!

  17. izzylea21 permalink
    August 30, 2015 10:57 PM

    I am a youngster of 72, and have been a big fan of sci fi, fantasy, and paranormal stories over my lifetime, starting with Heinlein and many others. I’m REALLY enjoying your Dowser series!! And Oracle I looks great as well!

    Well, here I am, trying to make it through until Dowser Book 6 comes out this fall …. this a difficult road to be on. LOL! Like others commenting here, I wish this series could go on forever! I love the mix of Jade’s persistence and ingenuity (often based on her intuition). The fascinating variety of magic, the amazing realistic spiritual characters you create, surprises around every corner, and, OH! the Cupcakes & the Chocolate, based upon Jade’s magical “tastes” from surprising sources!! THANK YOU FOR THE RECIPES!! I think I may start baking while I’m waiting for Dowser #6. Maybe the chocolate will just get me by!

    By the way, I had to reread the last chapter of Dowser #5, because the ending was such a surprise (for me anyway!)!! So, again, I can’t wait for Dowser #6!

    Would my sending over my Siamese kitty, Luna, to distract your 3 guys, help you finish Dowser #6 any faster? LOL! Your cats are gorgeous, by the way!

    OK, I’ll stop nagging!!

    I will be leaving a positive review on Amazon, soon as I get a chance. I like to take my time on those.

    🙂 Shayla Markham, Anaheim, CA (izzylea21)

    • August 31, 2015 8:40 AM

      Shayla: thank you so much for taking the time to comment here – you’re welcome for the recipes, I love sharing them. We’ve read a bunch of the same books, which I guess is to be expected. Ha! Sending your Siamese girl might be a good distraction for the boys! Might help me write faster. 🙂

      I’m working on Oracle 2 right now, hoping to release in November but at some point it is out of my hands, and in the hands of the editor/proofreader’s schedules, so that is still only a hope. Then Dowser 6, again hopefully in February.

      Chocolate always helps … Almost any situation. So I highly recommend it!

      Thanks for starting out my day with some sunshine!

  18. izzylea21 permalink
    September 1, 2015 9:51 AM

    Hi, Meghan!

    And, thank you, again, for the wonderful Dowser Series and Oracle Series! And, I guess I “could” move on to your other works while I’m waiting for Dowser #6!

    Yes, I’m a Heinlein, Herbert, Hendrix, Card, (and don’t forget, Meghan C. Doidge!), etc., etc., fan for sure.

    And, if you want distractions, that would be Luna! The Siamese cat is truly meant to be a human companion (or they at least need a kitty pal to interact with) and she is very persistent and demanding at times! It is true when they say the Siamese plans ahead and can be unpredictable. But, her intellect makes up for it! She can open my bathroom drawers and get into other trouble! She loves to play games and we’ve cooked up several that she enjoys, such as my tossing elastic (but, not the rubber ones which break easily) hair bands so she can try to catch them (with great success, I might add!). They are very bouncy which she loves. And, then, don’t ask me why, but she loves for me to slowly scoot a hair band or one of her many toys to the edge of a table or bed just so she can watch/hear them drop on the floor! Then, she gets down to gather them up!

    Well, enough kitty talk or I’d be writing all day, and I don’t want to take up your too much of your time!

    🙂 Thanks again, Meghan, and best wishes for great writing sessions!

    • September 1, 2015 6:29 PM

      Heinlein was the only seriously sci-fi stuff I read when I was younger, besides William Gibson who I adore but who I read when I was a bit older. I was a huge fantasy and thriller reader throughout my teens and twenties (not counting all the classics that came with my English minor and Theatre major, of course). I loved any of Stephen King’s books than skewed to fantasy … Anne Rice, etc. I read mostly urban fantasy now, some dystopian. 🙂

      • izzylea21 permalink
        September 1, 2015 8:57 PM

        Hi, Meghan!

        I had not heard of Gibson (have been on a Mystery novel binge for over a decade!!), but went into Amazon to read up on him a bit. So, I’ve downloaded Neuromancer to read later on. –Hope it’s OK to mention that here.– May as well begin at the beginning with a new author. Just looking over his book titles makes me wonder if he has some background in psychology, as do I.

        I know you don’t have much time these days, but, you might enjoy Howard Hendrix’s first two novels LIGHTPATHS and STANDING WAVES (Some of his later books weren’t as interesting, to me as these first two. And one later book was downright confusing, to me, that is.)

        The first two Hendrix books include lots of cognition- and computer-related situations and offer a mesmerizing look at the growing influence of a cyber game taking by storm both the “alternative world” orbiting above the earth as well as the world itself! There’s a stunning end as well! His books are complex, but if you’ve had a smattering of psychology, physics, sociology, even gardening(!), and so forth; you’ll find there is something for everyone. His vivid background descriptions are to die for as well, just like yours!!

        🙂 Shayla

      • September 2, 2015 5:23 PM

        Thanks for the suggestions! I don’t get a lot of time to read, but I always love to get sucked into a new book/world/series. I’m a big fan of William Gibson’s books, though I find them a bit of a challenge to read. I love, love the Neuromancer trilogy and Pattern Recognition specifically.

  19. Wande G permalink
    September 1, 2015 11:17 AM

    I think I got Cupcakes as a free offer on my Kindle. So in the past two weeks I have read the series non stop. Obviously that’s a great marketing move on the publishers part , but more than that readers like me are exposed to books we may not have chosen on our own.
    I have enjoyed all 5 books. Your characters were so engaging, interesting and funny. I kept ordering more books in the series because I cared about Jade and her crew. Just as engaging as the characters were the cupcakes! Thanks for a great read. I look forward to #6.

    • September 1, 2015 6:33 PM

      Yes, setting Dowser 1 to perma-free felt insane at the time, but has really opened the series up to a ton of new readers. When I have three books in the Oracle series I may do the same with book 1, though I’m not sure about that yet. I’m so glad you enjoyed the series so much. I adore wiring Jade. I think she is fun and flawed and full of heart. The chocolate/cupcake parts take some serious effort though. Months and months of research on my part. But it is a sacrifice I’m willing to do … for veracity, you know. LOL Thanks for reading! And commenting here.

  20. Vanessa permalink
    November 10, 2015 6:29 AM

    Hi! I just discovered your Dowser series and it’s wonderful!!! I just finished book 3 and starting book 4. I feel like I’m missing a part of the story. Who is Rochelle and what happened in January?? If there a novella I need to read between these 2 books?? Thanks!!!

    • November 10, 2015 6:55 AM

      Hi Vanessa! So glad you are enjoying the Dowser series!! You are missing I See Me (Oracle 1), Though it’s not necessary to read it, it will fill in the blanks. I’m about to release Oracle 2 in December. Starting with book four, each novel should have a reading order listed at the very beginning now. Eventually I plan to have at least three series that intertwine with each other.

      The Oracle series is different than the Dowser series though, so again you don’t have to read it if it’s not your thing. 🙂

      If you do read it, I hope you enjoy it just as much!

      Have a great week!

  21. Jim Moorman permalink
    April 23, 2016 7:23 PM

    I cannot seem to connect with your email so I will comment here.

    I have just recently discovered your stories and want you to know how pleased I am. I
    have read Cupcakes, Trinkets and Other deadly Magic. I am properly hooked on your
    writing. You have done an excellent job of growing Jade’s wisdom and judgement in
    proportion to her experience. This is the first time I have noticed this in a writer.

    So now I am off to find another couple of your stories.

    Thank you,

    Jim Moorman

    • April 23, 2016 7:41 PM

      Ah, Jim. I’m sorry about my email. I hope it wasn’t bouncing? I’m very glad you’ve been enjoying the series so far. Thank so much for letting me know here.

  22. McKenna permalink
    October 3, 2016 10:00 AM

    I tried to email my compliments but, just in case it bounces back, here’s the gist:

    My sisters (who introduced the Dowser series to me), myself, and now my roommate at college absolutely adore your writing! We love your characters, your imagery, the dialogue, the plots, and the cupcakes. The only downside- which honestly is more of an upside- is that the books make us constantly crave the aforementioned cupcakes. I think my roommate and I have eaten more cupcakes in the past two weeks than in the two previous years combined. Your writing is just that vivid and pulls us into its world.

    Thank you thank you thank you for providing us with these amazing stories! (And giving us excuses to eat cupcakes)


    Your fans in California, Utah, and Virginia

    • madebymeghan permalink*
      October 3, 2016 10:16 AM

      😀❤️😀❤️😀❤️ I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed the Dowser Series. Sorry about the cravings! Imagine writing the books. LOL I triple test all the recipes (at least the ones I release for free in the cookbook). Thank you so much for reaching out. I’m fighting a head cold today and still trying to work, so I seriously appreciate it! 😀❤️😀❤️😀❤️

  23. Donna Sue Prichard permalink
    December 29, 2016 5:29 AM

    Meghan, so excited to start the new book! Great holiday gift…thanks!
    I must be a knucklehead cause I can’t figure out how to enter the contest? I’m not on social media if that is the path. Can you direct me to the right place to answer your question and enter?
    Have a magical New Years holiday and beyond!
    Donna Sue

    • December 29, 2016 7:35 AM

      Do you mean the current paperback giveaway? Is yes, then comment on this blog post:

      • Donna Sue permalink
        December 29, 2016 8:39 AM

        Okay…I’ve clicked everything on that page that I can find but still don’t see an entry form? Like I said, I’m sure I’m being a total knucklehead but I’ve been through that page a few times and can’t find where I leave my comment.

        The memory I would like to recapture is one from our ancient brain. Something I understand that all of us have and is buried deep in our subconscious. I would bring forward the memory of Early/Ancient earth and what it was like for us to live with the planet and not just on it. Where all things were new and fresh and untainted (could this have something to do with the wild ride of the US election this year?! 🙂 ). A memory of new beginnings and of where we all came from…perhaps a renewed sense of belonging. Where we were doing day to day life with all of our relatives and that included the animals and beings of nature (and of course any dowsers, shape shifters, witches – probably known as herbal / medicine / wise women back in the day – vampires, oracles, etc!). That puts a smile on my face!

        🙂 Donna Sue

      • December 29, 2016 9:20 AM

        Sorry, Donna. Because you were commenting here I didn’t think to tell you to click COMMENT at the bottom of the blog post. 🙂 when you click that it will show everyone’s comments, scroll down to the bottom to leave your own.

    • December 29, 2016 7:36 AM

      Good luck!!

  24. Rosie Fielder permalink
    January 22, 2017 3:30 PM

    Love all the recipes but did you ever post them for Blitzen in a Cup, Joy in a Cup, Thrill in a Cup, Rapture in a Cup and Tart in a Cup? I’ve seen them mentioned but not been able to find them anywhere and they sound fun. Rosie

    • January 22, 2017 3:41 PM

      All the the recipes I’ve posted/created so far are in the Dowser cookbook (you are automatically sent a copy if you sign up for one of my newsletters). If you mix and match you can make most of the ones you mention here, except Blitzen. To make Rapture you need to make a batch of the chocolate base, a batch of the yellow base, swirl them together before you bake, and a batch of the chocolate cream cheese icing. 😊

    • January 22, 2017 3:45 PM

      Oh, and no for Tart. It’s a long story that ended in tears three times. No blackberry cake (yet) 😉

  25. Angela Yancey permalink
    March 25, 2017 3:11 PM

    I tried. I really tried. I wanted to pace myself, savor them, not finish until the next was released… You make bing reading way to easy! Thank you! Looking forward to many more.

    • March 25, 2017 3:13 PM

      I am both sorry and pleased about that! 😀 Tangled Echoes (Reconstructionist 2) is coming soon!!

  26. Amanda Horvath permalink
    July 16, 2017 10:54 AM

    I have enjoyed all of your books so far and am currently reading “I See Us”, another good one. I think your writing style is wonderful and I love picturing the locations you use that are so close to home! Anyway, what I really want to know is if your cupcake recipes can be used for gluten free baking. I am getting ready to re-read the Dowser series and I was hoping to bake my way through it. Any thoughts? Thank you for writing these books, they are a joy…

    • July 16, 2017 10:57 AM

      I haven’t tried to convert any of my recipes myself but I’m pretty sure that other readers have. If you are so inclined, you could join my reader run Facebook fan group and post this question in there. I’m sure you will get some answers. 🙂 I’ll find a link …

    • July 16, 2017 11:02 AM

      Here’s the link! And I’m so glad you are enjoying the books.

  27. Dedra Tullison permalink
    July 20, 2017 12:35 PM

    Where can I find the reconstructist novellas? I’m looking for them like maniac are they not release yet? Love very the books!!! I have read every single thing you’ve wrote!!!!

    • July 20, 2017 12:46 PM

      The Graveyard Kiss is currently available on Amazon, but Dawn Bytes and upcoming R2.5 were/are only available during the preorder period (for free as a giveaway). I’ll bundle all three together and release them on all platforms this fall. 🙂 Oh! But if you preorder Reconstructionist 3 I’ll send you all the download links. I’d almost forgotten that I’d decided to do that. 🙂

  28. Jessica permalink
    August 10, 2017 12:08 PM

    Sorry if this has been announced, I have been out of the loop, but is Necromancer part of the Adept universe?

    • August 10, 2017 12:12 PM

      Yep. Mory’s book. Ideally it falls between Dowser 7 and 8 in the reading order, but I’m not sure I’ll pull that off. I’m only writing in the Adept universe right now.

  29. Allison permalink
    September 12, 2017 11:31 AM

    Loving the Adept Universe! Just got all caught up and can’t wait for more

  30. Andrea permalink
    October 6, 2017 12:30 PM

    Read and loved them all! Really looking forward to the new dowser books but the spin-offs have been terrific reads. Still not sure what “promised for next lifetime” in the Reconstructionist final book meant since Kett also told her to stay alive until he could find her. Any clarification on that?

    • October 6, 2017 1:15 PM

      ❤️ Glad you’ve enjoyed all the books. ❤️ If you want to discuss them, I would suggest popping over to the spoiler group that is part of the reader run fan group on Facebook. 😊 But perhaps if you look at those scenes again, you might understand the promises people make under duress and without knowing what the future will actually bring.

  31. Marnee permalink
    December 12, 2017 5:58 PM

    Just finished “Unleashing Echoes” – loved the entire series, can’t wait till the next one!
    Thanks for bringing these stories to life, Meghan!

    • December 12, 2017 6:08 PM

      So glad to hear it! Thank you for reading (and commenting here).

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