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Guts and Sass by M.E. Traylor

An Anti-Epic 

Guts and Sass is the story of when semi-suicidal vet Hannah Roverton gets transported to a magical land, thus abandoning her cat, her sister, and her therapist. Except actually, it’s not. Welcome to a land embroiled in war and invasion with a pinch of magic, meet pirates, shapeshifters, and chicks with swords. Now throw your expectations out the window. Got no heroes, no glory, and it ain’t no lie.

Note: Guts and Sass is unfinished, with no recent updates.  It contains some graphic sexual content, graphic violence, and harsh language.


A serialized novel, with no recent updates

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Listed: Feb 11, 2011

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Gutsy and Sassy

By Shaharw, member

Jul 20, 2011: I was fortunate/frustrated to start reading this not long after the author started posting her bi-weekly installments.

Fortunate because it is a great read, frustrated because I have to wait (impatiently) for the next installment.

I’ve had ‘Ah hah!’ moments when she reveals the deeper meaning of some key item she has tantalizing waved in front of me several chapters back.

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By sharzay, member

Jul 19, 2011: Guts and Sass is a fantastic read. It takes a wee bit of getting into but persevere past the first few pages and you’ll find a story that is intriguing, surprising, and at times laugh-out-loud funny. It is the kind of story that gets even better with multiple readings, as more pieces of the puzzle fall into place.

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