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Summer Reviews Praise Wasteland Blues

Several new reviews for Wasteland Blues were posted in August, and I thought I’d share some excerpts. I read every review with a bit of trepidation because you never know how your work is going to be received, but so far the feedback is encouraging. 324 more words

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Stephen King's THE DARK TOWER Book Profile: THE WASTE LANDS

Year Published: 1991

“Re” Word: Redemption

Dedication: “This third volume of the tale is gratefully dedicated to my son: OWEN PHILLIP KING: Khef, Ka, and Ka-tet.” … 1,135 more words

General Nerdery

The Road to the Dark Tower

As I was going through school, I never enjoyed reading. Sometimes I thought it was boring, or just never considered myself the reading type. (I guess the reading type was the people in the advanced classes.) Or it could have been the fact that I had trouble focusing and may have had an undiagnosed case of ADD (Which I do believe I grew out of by my junior or senior year.) After high school, my wife now, girlfriend at the time, wanted to start reading the Harry Potter books. 897 more words

Tough Traveling: Towers

The Thursday feature “Tough Traveling” is the brainchild of Nathan of Review Barn, who has come up with the excellent idea of making a new list each week based on the most common tropes in fantasy, as seen in The Tough Guide to Fantasyland by Diana Wynn Jones. 555 more words

Tough Traveling

The Last Chase

The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed. I watched from my perch on top of the mesa as their horses ran, panting and lathering. 369 more words

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