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Publication Order of Alpha Books

with Little Chmura
Alpha (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Alpha, Volume II: Rising (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of The Atlas Books

The Atlas Six (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Fairytale Collections Books

Fairytales of the Macabre (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Midsummer Night Dreams (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Lovers Grim (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Masters of Death (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Lovely Tangled Vices (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
One For My Enemy (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
La Petite Mort (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Alone With You in the Ether (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Anthologies

The Answer You Are Looking For Is Yes(2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

She’s a fantasy romance and paranormal author. Mostly, her works rotate around what it means to be human and the uncountable interesting complexities of love and life. She was published as the featured fiction contributor of Witch Way Magazine and a writer for Alpha, The Lovers Grim, Midsummer Night Dreams series. Her standalone novels include Lovely Tangled Vices, Masters of Death, The Atlas Six, and Alone with You in Ether. Olivie currently lives in Los Angeles with her rescue pit bull.

Alone With You in Ether
Sometimes in Chicago, two people, Charlotte and Rinaldo, meet in the armory of the Art Institute by chance. Before the encounter, one is a doctoral student and manages his thoughts with compulsive time travel calculations. The other one is a bipolar counterfeit artist in the process of court-ordered psychotherapy. After meeting, those things don’t change, but everything else seems slightly different.

With both obsessive and eccentric personalities, Charlotte and Aldo struggle to stay separate lives from the day they met. The fact is that Aldo is clinically depressed anti-social. At the same time, Charlotte is a manipulative liar with a self-sabotage history means that the more they fall in love, the more difficult their reliance on each other becomes.

Regan is a curious woman, a compulsive liar, and has issues with her family. She wants to be an artist but feels that her pills make it difficult. Alone with You in the Ether is a fantasy author’s magic glimpse into love nature and what it means to be unwell, and how one can face a broken heart and still love other people as if everything is okay.

Rinaldo Damiani is a pot-smoking doctoral student of theoretical mathematics with a low rating on ratemyprofessor.com. He’s anti-social, clinically depressed, and OCD. The two are biracial- Regan is half Chinese while Aldo is half Dominican, and even though their heritage isn’t fully explored in the novel, the author gives the reader a glimpse of it. The story switches between the first-person and third-person points of view.
The characters in the book are complex and well fleshed out. The writing is so poetic but still harsh in places where it needs to be. It’s a quick read with some beautiful quotes to keep you going. The story is philosophical, magical without being intimate and romantic. It shows the intimacy of a conversation with someone who doesn’t listen to what you’re saying because listening is an easy task.

The story also conveys the feeling of intimacy after someone engages with what you say despite the little they understand because they find you interesting. It also describes the feeling of allowing somebody into your space and letting them get to understand you better, the real and messy you, even if it’s done inadvertently because they see you.
What does it mean to fall in love?

Atlas Six
This is the first installment in The Atlas series. In a certain society, caregivers of lost knowledge from the civilizations of ancient past are the great secret magical world. Those with a high status in Alexandrians are set to secure a life of richness, power, and prestige far beyond their dreams. After every decade, only the six talented magicians are selected for initiation.
Each of the six has a special ability that separates them from other medians and society, knowing that only five will make it to the initiation ceremony. They know one of them will be eliminated before the year ends, which builds distrust, but they must work together to succeed.
In the latest list of six magicians, Libby Rhodes and Nico de Varona are unwilling halves of an enigmatic whole and exert uncanny control over the physicality element. Reina is a naturalist and can intuit the language of life.

Parisa Kamali, a telepath, can transverse the depths of the navigating worlds in the human mind. Callum Nova is an empath and is easily mistaken for a manipulative illusionist. He can influence the intimate workings of someone’s inner self. The sixth is Tristan Caine, who has the ability to see illusions to another reality structure. This ability is rare; none of his peers can understand the implications.

As the mysterious Atlas Blakely is recruiting the candidate, they are informed that they have a year to qualify for the initiation, during which they will be given preliminary access to the society’s archives. They will also be judged depending on their contributions to different subjects of impossibility. These subjects include life and death, luck and thought, and time and space.

Only five will be initiated, and one eliminated. The six have to fight for their survival the next year and if they should be able to prove themselves as the best among their enemies.

The story is full of philosophical dialogue, intense interaction, and secrets, making it dark academia at its best. It’s also full of notable quotes that will make the reader understand the story better. The plot is simple, with interactions and conversations of six characters living in the same house for a year.
The twists in the book are also breathtaking and will leave you surprised in the end. Olivie Blake does an excellent job in developing the characters as they form connections with one another. They feel so real and raw, and the reader will not help but like them.
Libby is one of the people with the power of manipulating physical elements and she was curious, sensitive, smart, and outspoken, while Nico was witty cocky, and a mysterious character. Reina was also intriguing and was sometimes quiet in a looming way as if she had more fire on the inside just waiting to come out.
The characters are diverse with flushed-out personalities and have complex relationships. Atlas Six is excellently explored, with the relationship between magic, science, and people who flaunt themselves. It’s admirable how Olivie Blake utilizes her words to bring everything to life in the story.
Libby is a hero while Parisa is the villain and their objectives are overarching. Nico and Reina were impartial and self-interested to be fully negligible. Tristan was a soldier, and he would go to where he was most led while Callum was an assassin.

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