I''m an assisstant historical researcher who lives with their Mum.

I'm a bit weird and quirky, kind of a loner, and I love most mediums of fiction--books, TV, films, comics and Anime, and particularly those in the sci-fi and fantasy genre, and also murder-mysteries and a lot of period fiction. I enjoy the macabre and the surreal, and I love dark comedy too.

Dolorelamia is... a quirky book, with a very morally dark protagonist, and I don't think it will be everyone's cup of tea. It's also very long, and it takes a while to get into the action, but I feel the initial set-up is important for establishing characters and plot points that will come into play later.

Rooks of the Knot is being prepared for agents, and as such has been removed from Authonomy; but I have other gems in the works that may take its place!

If you have any questions or criticisms about the book or want to ask anything at all, feel free to message me, but if you'd like me to read your book, know that I can sometimes find it hard to get into books that are not of the genres I mention I like above. Even in the genres I do like, I tend to lose interest if the focus of the story is on romance, unless it's a really unusual romance ;) This said, I will do return reads :).

I hope everyone enjoys my books!

Favourite books

  • Good Omens
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • The Sandman
  • Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  • Anything P.G. Wodehouse
  • The Romance of Silence
  • The Island of Doctor Moreau
  • The Princess Bride
Karataratakas's avatar Member for 3 years, 9 months

My bookshelf Books I'm backing

Arm of Gedden: The Last Prophet
Arm of Gedden: The Last Prophet

by Grant Amadeus

A narcoleptic Hawaiian monk must save the world with the help of fallen angels and an irritable Seraph.


by Jacob Hood

In the future, life is a privilege.

Twell & The Army Of Powers
Twell & The Army Of Powers

by Kate O'Leary

If you lived in a world that decided your future and who you would love... what would you fight for?


by Jessica Mayer

Politics, secrets, and one warship that could mean freedom for a girl turned murderess.

The Nine Worlds and the Great Mechanical Tree: Book I: Philosophia
The Nine Worlds and the Great Mechanical Tree: Book I: Philosophia

by Kayla Shaw

All great discoveries have unforeseen consequences.

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