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Book Review and Release by Annie Douglass Lima

I've reviewed several of Annie Douglass Lima's books. I love the Krilonian series and have interviewed a character on my blog as well. I've showcased The Annals of Alasia in two different blogs (book 2 and book 3) and shared her coloring book. So, when I was asked to beta read another in the series,… Continue reading Book Review and Release by Annie Douglass Lima

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Fantasy Writing and Reading for You

With the Indie e-Con, I've been tasked with writing about fantasy. You ask what Indie e-Con is? Well, that's been happening since last Saturday when the scavenger hunt opened up. Feel free to go around and gather the clues. You'll find the information for it in my post from last week. The week has been… Continue reading Fantasy Writing and Reading for You

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Parents Beware! Why Young Adult Books Are Harmful

Yep, you heard me right. Young Adult books can be very harmful to your child. Wait a minute! Don't you write Young Adult books? Yes, I do. Let me explain. Background I'm working my way through the book of Ephesians in my quiet time. A week ago, I came upon these verses in chapter five.… Continue reading Parents Beware! Why Young Adult Books Are Harmful

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Mythical Doorways: A Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology

A couple of years ago, I was able to be part of Fellowship of Fantasy's first anthology, Fantastic Creatures. In anticipation of the release of their third antholgy, I get to be part of the blog tour. Anthologies are wonderful ways to get to know new authors as you read short stories that go along… Continue reading Mythical Doorways: A Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology

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Minstrel’s Call Blog Tour

Well, what with the release of To Save a Race, getting sick, and running my mom to the ER, I totally missed posting this character interview for The Minstrel's Call. So, I decided better late than never. Unfortunately, the time on the giveaway has run out; so I won't tempt you with it. The Book: War threatens.… Continue reading Minstrel’s Call Blog Tour

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A New Addition to the Family–the Book Family

It still amazes me to consider my ninth book releases today. I vividly remember the trembling finger that uploaded the rough draft manuscript of Dragon's Future to a small publishing house that was accepting submissions. So much has happened since that President's Day weekend three years ago. The family has grown from the original five books… Continue reading A New Addition to the Family–the Book Family

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Introducing an Imaginative New Book

Welcome to the land of Onyxdenn where my new book takes place. Duke Callon Aldithley rules from his castle in Nubbikford. Peace reigns for the most part, but underlying racial tensions make the city unsafe at night for certain people. With the typical court intrigue, life can be dangerous, but add to that a leader… Continue reading Introducing an Imaginative New Book

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New Year, New Reads

With a new year upon us, many start looking for great books to read or to fill up their new devices. Therefore, I decided to not disappoint. I have four of my own books on sale, and a list of wonderful books that you'll want to read. If you're not on my mailing list, you'll… Continue reading New Year, New Reads

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New Release Martial Arts Dystopian Book

  I first heard of the Krillonian Chronicles in May of 2016. When book two came on sale, I picked it up. That began a love affair with Annie Douglass Lima's works. The Prince of Alasia introduced me to a different world that I enjoyed just as well despite my misgivings which I wrote about… Continue reading New Release Martial Arts Dystopian Book

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Four Fall Great Reads

It's time for a list of awesome books to read. Spellsmith & Carver: H. L. Burke is a favorite in our household. Anything by her is a definite must read. I read the first Spellsmith book and loved it. Just saw a post that book 3 is on pre-order and had to nab it and… Continue reading Four Fall Great Reads