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Why authors ♡ their characters - by Rebecca McCray

One of the wonderful authors I’ve met and had the privilege of working with on the Awethology is the fantasy author Rebecca McCray. She is right – it is definitely difficult to pick one as a favourite character, but I am glad she tried. 270 more words

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Why authors ♡ their characters by LE Fitzpatrick

The Reacher Series by LE Fitzpatrick is a splendid mix of thriller, dystopia and paranormal. Having relished the teaser short story Safe Haven and the first book in the series, The Running Game, I am looking forward to reading the sequel, Border Lines. 359 more words

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Why authors ♡ their characters - by Stewart Bint

Stewart Bint is an amazing author I’ve had the pleasure of meeting in the Awethors group. This man of many talents and a truly kind person, shares with you today his favourite character. 409 more words

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Review: Oron Weiss's "War And Peace"

By Jamie Washington, Reporter

Orion Weiss, “one of the most sought-after soloists in his generation of young American musicians” according to the official Conservatory website, took the audience on an emotional journey through his programmatic suite entitled “War and Peace” on Sunday in Armstrong Concert Hall. 1,040 more words


Why authors ♡ their characters - by Marcia Weber Martins

Marcia Weber is a lady of many talents, one of which is a knack for romance writing. Her Brazilian origin blends with her life in Germany, making her a multilingual author. 334 more words

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Why authors ♡ their characters - by Tom Fallwell

Tom Fallwell is the author of a phenomenal fantasy series. I loved reading the first book and am looking forward to its sequel. His characters are truly strong and intriguing. 396 more words

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Why authors ♡ their characters? -by Jean Gill

Jean Gill is one of those authors who still hasn’t written something I’d even remotely be able to dislike. She weaves such wonderful stories, be it contemporary or historical fiction, that I cannot help but admire her. 432 more words

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