Review | Olde Robin Hood – Kate Danley

About the Book Rebel. Outlaw. Hero.  Exiled for an unjust crime and forced to use whatever means necessary to survive, a figure of hope emerges from Sherwood Forest.  But what most people know about Robin Hood (the enemy of Prince John and nobleman loyal to King Richard) was an invention of a playwright nearly three hundred years…

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Review | Horns of the Hunter – Frank Dorrian

About the Book An age of myth. A bitter feud. A storm of legend. It is the closing days of the Enkindled King’s wars for Earthblood, when a cycle of violence and hatred sparks a bitter feud in his shadow. Náith, the Warrior. Luw, the Hunter. Cast aside and burned by their lover’s betrayal, the…

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Review | Aching God – Mike Shel

About the Book “Closer, mortal. You are here, finally, to feed the Aching God…” The days of adventure are passed for Auric Manteo. Retired to the countryside with his scars and riches, he no longer delves into forbidden ruins seeking dark wisdom and treasure. That is, until old nightmares begin plaguing his sleep, heralding an…

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Excerpt | First Chapter of Glass Rhapsody

Well, Glass Rhapsody is ready to drop on June 30, and I figured… why not post an excerpt from the book. I will say, if you have not read Of Honey and Wildfires yet, this excerpt will have spoilers regarding the ending of that book, so maybe don’t read this yet. If you’d like to…

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Review | Hall of Bones – Tim Hardie

About the Book In the remote land of Laskar the seven ruling clans have vied with each other for power for over a century. The son of the Reavesburg Clan Chief, Rothgar, has been groomed all his life for a role supporting his elder brother, Jorik, in leading their kingdom when their father’s time finally…

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Review | The Fall – Ryan Cahill

About the Book The Order have watched over the continent of Epheria for thousands of years. But there are those who believe The Order has had its day. That it is corrupt, indulgent, and deceitful – that it is ready to fall. The City of Ilnaen is on fire.Dragons fill the skies.Traitors fill the streets….

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Cover Art Reveal | The Necessity of Rain

Well, you may or may not have seen it on Facebook and Twitter already, but just in case, I figured I’d put up the cover art on my website, and then talk a little bit about this book, what it’s about, where the idea came from, where it’s going, etc. So, here’s the cover. ETA:…

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Review | Forged in Shadow – Megan Haskell

About the Book In the chaos of war, not all heroes shine. Some must rise from shadows to claim the light.  As the youngest son of the greatest smith of the fae, Curuthannor should be aspiring to the forge. Instead, he would rather wield a blade than craft one. When the high elf king commissions…

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Review | Throne of Ice and Ash – JDL Rosell

About the Book A throne in peril, a tragic betrayal, two heirs struggling to save their land, and a prophesied war threatening to engulf the world… Bjorn, son of the Jarl of Oakharrow, has always felt more at ease with a quill than a sword. Yet when calamity strikes his family, he must draw a…

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Review | We Men of Ash and Shadow – H.L. Tinsley

About the Book Amidst the gas lamp shadows former soldier-turned-mercenary John Vanguard hunts criminals at the behest of his corrupt employer, Captain Felix Sanquain. Shamed by his deserter past and seeking to make amends for his many misdeeds, a chance encounter with Tarryn Leersac – a skilled young would-be-assassin fallen from the graces of high…

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