Monthly Archives: May 2016

Interview with Alvin Atwater

It’s Alvin Atwater on the blog today. He is the author of the fantasy novel Fragment, with others soon coming. You can visit his website at http://www.atwaterwriting.com/ 1) Tell us about yourself a bit. I’m Alvin Atwater, 25 years old, … Continue reading

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Interview with James R. Wells

It’s James R. Wells on the blog today. He is the author of The Great Symmetry. And just so you know, he happens to be the great grandson of H. G. Wells! You can visit his website at http://www.thegreatsymmetry.com/ 1) … Continue reading

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Interview with Robin Stephen

It’s Robin Stephen on the blog this time. She is the author of the Chronicles of the Tessilari series of fantasy novellas. You can visit her website at http://robinstephen.com/ 1) Tell us about yourself. Where are you from? I grew … Continue reading

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Interview with Libbie Hawker

  It’s author Libbie Hawker on the blog today. She is the bestselling author of “The Sekhmet Bed” besides other works. You can visit her website at http://libbiehawker.com/ 1) Tell us about yourself. Where are you from? Your friends and … Continue reading

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Review of ‘Origins of the Never’ by C. J. Rutherford

US My rating : 5 stars! Origins of the Never is a novella by C. J. Rutherford. It serves as a prequel to his other books and was a quick read. The best thing about this little book was probably … Continue reading

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Interview with Jerry Dubs

It’s author Jerry Dubs on the blog today. He is the bestselling author of the Imhotep series. You can visit his blog at http://jerrydubs.blogspot.com/   1) Tell us a bit about yourself. Well, I find that what people we meet … Continue reading

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Book Review of ‘The Staff of Neroterra’ by Daniel Adorno.

US My rating: 5 of 5 stars! The Staff of Neroterra is a fantasy novella of roughly 15k words. Written by Daniel Adorno, it takes place in the same world as his novel The Blade Heir and serves as a … Continue reading

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