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Book Review: A Crown for Cold Silver

“Not even a devil can save you from yourself.”

What if the familiar young peasant boy (think Kvothe, Fitz, insert-male-fantasy-lead-here), destined to become a hero and bring vengeance down on those responsible for the deaths of everyone he’s ever known and loved, the one of humble beginnings and wild potential, dies without any fanfare, and with only an old woman to bear witness?

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1 Week Till Release - Facebook Giveaway Mini Competition

So – I’ve been quiet on here for a few weeks, my apologies, it’s been a hectic month.

However, I’m very pleased to say, The Shadow of the High King will be released one week today, August 30th, 2016 in eBook and paperback formats! 226 more words


My Novel HAXAN Now Part of StoryBundle!

My weird west novel HAXAN has been included as part of a StoryBundle where wide frontiers, flintlocks, whiskey and revenge meet swords, airships, terraforming, magic, myths, and dragons. 140 more words

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Courting Death 2.09 - Númi

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My way is the Old Way.


Númi waited in the hallway outside Viscount Baldur’s office, sitting on top of a cushioned chair. 3,023 more words

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Shane Dragon Savior Release Day & Giveaway 8/22/16

Please scroll down to enter for a signed paperback

Lelani Wayne trusted no one but her familiar, Roger. And even he, at times, got on her last nerve. 5,294 more words


Spotlight for Wastelands of Oz, Return to Oz Book 1 by Kasey Hill

Wastelands of Oz
By Kasey Hill

Somewhere…down a wrong road…under the sea…across the desert…by earthquake, tornado, hurricane, and magick… exists the Land of Oz. But it’s not the same land you loved and dreamed of. 670 more words


Book Review: Tomorrow the Killing (Low Town, 2)

Tomorrow the Killing by Daniel Polansky
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Man is a puerile creature, easily misled by the superficial. Some fool from the neighborhood, a mark you wouldn’t trust to clean a chamberpot, comes up to you on the street in a clean suit and you find yourself ducking your head and calling him sir.
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