“History, Aristotle says, represents things only as they are, while fiction represents them as they might be and ought to be.”
— Albert J. Nock, Memoirs of a Superfluous Man
G.R. Lyons

G.R. Lyons lives on California’s beautiful Central Coast, where she daylights as Office Goddess for the family auto repair business. Between work orders and after hours, she can be found reading all manner of books or working on one of multiple manuscripts.

Her first novel, The Lethean, is a paranormal-historical tale of a race of beings who can feel their soulmates and know truth from lies as a sort of sixth sense, yet must keeps their abilities secret thanks to the social customs of Regency England. The Lethean is followed up by Uncommonly Strong, bringing the Lethean to modern day United States. The trilogy will concludes with Hale and Farewell, a dystopian futuristic tale in which the Lethean are on the brink of extinction while also battling a socialist dictator.

G.R.’s upcoming projects include an extended fantasy series of 14 books which will portray all manner of libertarian principles, Austrian economics, and the failures of the state. There will also be a standalone novel centered around how one’s personal philosophy affects one’s life.

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“G.R. Lyons is comparable Robin Hobb, Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley and that other hack writer, Charles Dickens or whatever his name is. 😉 She drives her story at a little bit faster of a pace than Robin does, which in my humble opinion makes the story more accessible as a male reader. However, don’t misinterpret my words. She still gives a ton of a attention to detail, like Robin, to bring her surroundings and actions to life, which is more of a challenge in this world because it is a period piece, and so for her to describe something as simple as a customary dance or manners like taking a bow the little things that people did differently back then, especially in the language that was specific to that time period, it’s pretty incredible. We read a lot of classics and think they’re amazing, but they were written during that era so it was no stretch for those authors to create those environments that seem like fairytales to us. You’ll feel like you’re reading a classic, but the author lives today which is what makes G.R. Lyons’ writing so impressive. Have fun with it!”
Dylan Saccoccio about The Lethean.

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