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The Kitchen is Always Open
by Naiya Bladesinger View author's profile page

Overview


Meet Sadie, the mild mannered and unassuming  Project Manager who is running from a dark past, as she meets "The Pride", a group of eleven Demons and Devils with a plan to overthrow a prophecy. All they need to make it happen is the missing "Princess". 

At least one of them is absolutely convinced it is her. 

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Description


"The Kitchen is Always Open" is the dark and thrilling first book in the Tales of the Planes series. Sadie has spent most of her adult life running from her family's dark secret. When she inadvertently draws a summoning sigil on a sandwich, a bunch of demons and devils with their own motivations become regular dinner companions. When her past catches up to her, Sadie must decide, does she become the monster she believes herself to be, or does she look for another way?

Mohinder is a devil on the hunt for the missing "Princess" – someone he and his allies can throw their support behind. When Sadie inadvertently creates a gate with mustard and proceeds to eat it, he is certain he found the one he's looking for. Can he and his allies defeat the prophesied "great evil" without running afoul of "The Pact"? Get ready to dive into author Naiya Bladesinger's fantastical world as Sadie brings a new meaning to facing life's demons.

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About the author


Naiya started her writing career at the tender age of 27. Her Dungeon Master asked each player to give him three "hooks" so he could personalize the adventure. Naiya showed up with a stack of papers that had the history of her character's family going back three generations. 

Her love of the story and writing was born. During her patchwork career, she's written articles on adventure prep for Dungeon Masters, became a Grand Master DM with the Role Playing Gamers Association. She's even written a few adventures that she's run for friends or the unsuspecting convention goer who just wanted to "play something". She even managed to work for Wizards of the Coast for a time. 

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Fantasy / Paranormal

Language:English

Series title:The Tale of the Planes

Series Number:1

Pages:326

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781667801636

Paperback ISBN:9781667801629


Overview


Meet Sadie, the mild mannered and unassuming  Project Manager who is running from a dark past, as she meets "The Pride", a group of eleven Demons and Devils with a plan to overthrow a prophecy. All they need to make it happen is the missing "Princess". 

At least one of them is absolutely convinced it is her. 

Read more

Description


"The Kitchen is Always Open" is the dark and thrilling first book in the Tales of the Planes series. Sadie has spent most of her adult life running from her family's dark secret. When she inadvertently draws a summoning sigil on a sandwich, a bunch of demons and devils with their own motivations become regular dinner companions. When her past catches up to her, Sadie must decide, does she become the monster she believes herself to be, or does she look for another way?

Mohinder is a devil on the hunt for the missing "Princess" – someone he and his allies can throw their support behind. When Sadie inadvertently creates a gate with mustard and proceeds to eat it, he is certain he found the one he's looking for. Can he and his allies defeat the prophesied "great evil" without running afoul of "The Pact"? Get ready to dive into author Naiya Bladesinger's fantastical world as Sadie brings a new meaning to facing life's demons.

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About the author


Naiya started her writing career at the tender age of 27. Her Dungeon Master asked each player to give him three "hooks" so he could personalize the adventure. Naiya showed up with a stack of papers that had the history of her character's family going back three generations. 

Her love of the story and writing was born. During her patchwork career, she's written articles on adventure prep for Dungeon Masters, became a Grand Master DM with the Role Playing Gamers Association. She's even written a few adventures that she's run for friends or the unsuspecting convention goer who just wanted to "play something". She even managed to work for Wizards of the Coast for a time. 

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