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Why I (A Lifelong Tolkien Elitist) Will Be Playing "Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor"

SPOILER WARNING: This post contains potential plot spoilers and speculation related to Monolith’s upcoming title, “Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.” If you do not wish to know anything about the plot, do not read. 1,764 more words

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Finally, Something Real - "Robot of Sherwood" Review

After a fairly lethargic second episode, Doctor Who series 8 pumps up the energy for episode three. While I still prefer last season’s demented ode to Penny Dreadfuls, “The Crimson Horror,” Mark Gatiss’ latest script similarly manages to transcend its identity as unbridled love-fest and captures the spirit of its subject, in this case the legendary Robin Hood (the title being a quintessentially… 1,080 more words


Dark Betrayal: Chronicles of the Celestial book two

The second book in my Chronicles of the Celestial series will be released mid September. I’m going through my final read before publication. The book will be available in paperback on Amazon.

Fantasy Literature

You should have been at Dragon Con.

It has been a busy few months. Which is a little like saying, “Justin Bieber’s semen is questionable.”

I would like to sum up the last few months for you, but you’d be bored reading about it, and I’d be bored writing about it. 1,109 more words


Market overview

One has to keep an eye on the market.
Know your public and all that.

So… a quick overview of the Italian-language Amazon Top 100 for Fantasy ebooks reveals that a successful… 183 more words

Pork Chop Express

Do What You Are Meant To Do

Do what you believe you are meant to do.

So many people struggle with finding their way through life, doing things that make them unhappy. We all do it at some point in our lives and there is a time when we must step out of that zone and go to the place within ourselves and be who we really are meant to be in this life. 88 more words

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Trailer: The Battle of the Five Armies


The Edge of Night, sang by Peregrin Took

Home is behind
The world ahead
And there are many paths to tread
Through shadow
To the edge of night… 18 more words