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Raymund And Natalie's Grand Adventure (Fantasy)

It is 1069, three years after William has become King of England. The Church and barons are in a constant struggle for land and wealth. The peasants are yoked with bureaucracy and taxes. 1,735 more words

Book Review: The Kiss of Deception (or, Why I Should Always Review a Book Before I Read it's Sequel)

“My dress streamed behind me, now wedding me to a life of uncertainty, but that frightened me far less than the certain life I had faced.

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Saven Defiance(Saven #3) By Siobhan Davis [ARC Review]

RELEASE DATE:  Aug 22, 2016
AUTHOR: Siobhan Davis
GENRE: Young-Adult, Sci-Fi, Romance.
PUBLISHER: Siobhan Davis

I’ve promised to protect those I love. 754 more words


Review: Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard

Title: Glass Sword (Red Queen #2)

Author: Victoria Aveyard

Publisher: HarperTeen (HarperCollins Publishers)

Synopsis: If there’s one thing Mare Barrow knows, it’s that she’s different. 980 more words


Savage Divinity - Chapter 113

A big shoutout to my latest Patron Meschmee! Thank you for the support!

Alsantset’s heartrending scream fills me with remorse as I weightlessly fall through the air, the world drifting by in slow motion as the last few minutes flash before my eyes, every action taken leading me to one simple conclusion. 3,297 more words


Character Focus - Interview with Cynthia A. Morgan #MondayBlogs


Cynthia A. Morgan is the creator of the mythical realm of Jyndari and author of the epic fantasy Dark Fey Trilogy, which is based, in part, upon the true-life events surrounding the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda and draws readers into a mystical realm of primordial forests, magic and the lives of Light-loving and Darkness-revering Feykind. 1,359 more words


Morgan reblogged this on Booknvolume and commented:

evondar Fellow Author Brittany Willows recently shined a spotlight on my character, Evondair, from Dark Fey. This is the wonderful character interview she put together. Thanks Brittany!

Have a look at the weight,

Which you carry on your shoulders,

Have a look on the dreams,

Which you repressed as a nightmare,

Count all the things,

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