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Length: 340 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Sophia Kell Hagin's first novel, Whatever Gods May Be, won a 2010 Golden Crown Literary Society Award for Dramatic General Fiction and also was a 2010 Golden Crown Debut Author finalist. In addition, Whatever Gods May Be won a 2010 Lesbian Fiction Readers Choice Award in General Fiction and received a 2011 LGBT Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention for Best Lesbian Debut Novel. Some of Sophia's orphaned early writings may be found at her website, sophiakellhagin.com. Sophia lives with her longtime love, life, and business partner in the wooded dunes of Truro, Massachusetts.

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