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Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone
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- Stalker/s… a fantastic new thriller release by Lauren J Hasbrouck
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- Reaper’s Walk — out now in audio
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- Limited offer: get this acclaimed supernatural thriller for free
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- Red Sky in the Morning gets 5/5 stars at RBD Reviews
- Waterloo and remembering our veterans
- Red Sky in the Morning
- Greyhart editor releases debut adventure fantasy with an exotic setting
- Second Part of The Lineage of Tellus — out now.
- The second Tellus book is available for pre-order, and it’s a cracker!
The Cookie Tin Collection
In the Rain with the Dead
The Legends of Light
The City of Khar: from the the Repository of Imagination.
Percy and Me ‘neath the Yum Gum Tree
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The Reality War Book1 & 2
The Meandering Mayhem of Thogron Throatbiter
The Mexican Saga
The Cookie Tin
Last Man Through the Gate
The First Last Robot
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Monthly Archives: January 2013
In Memorium: David Guthrie – 1955-2013
In Memorium: David Guthrie – 1955-2013. via In Memorium: David Guthrie – 1955-2013.
Posted in Thoughts Tagged amazon, book launch, cancer, Donna Belajac, God, prayer, Thomas Rydder Leave a comment
Children and Fantasy Violence?
If you’re a concerned parent, you’ve probably taken time to consider the issue of fantasy violence, toy weapons, and violent media. It’s a complicated and thorny deal, and there’s definitely no “one size fits all families” solution, but GHP author … Continue reading
Posted in Announcements, Guest Post, Thoughts Tagged children, Fang-tastic Books Blog, fantasy violence, guest post, Inezian, VampCon 2 Comments
What connects Edgar Allan Poe, John Milton, Herman Melville, and Gavriel Navarro?
… they’re all contributors of ‘crown stanzas’ to the forthcoming collection of Glosa poetry, Dead to Rights, by Canadian poet, Alain C. Dexter. Take a look at the back cover for some more contributors… Some of these names were unexpected, … Continue reading
Posted in Announcements Tagged alain c dexter, Canadian poetry, edgar allan poe, elaine stirling, gavriel navarro, glosa poetry, glossas, john donne, john milton, Rumi, rumi poetry 8 Comments
What’s the best superhero power? The ones they don’t talk about?
There’s a great article up at Roxanne’s Realm at the moment. We all know superheroes who can fly or — not thinking of anyone in particular — can shoot webs and demonstrate spidey sense. Sometimes, if you dig a little … Continue reading
Posted in Interview Tagged armand inezian, Doctor Who, spiderman, superhero, superpower, the hulk, VampCon, vampire thriller 3 Comments
I am now a proud member of the Feline Freedom Coalition!…:)
I am now a proud member of the Feline Freedom Coalition!…:). via I am now a proud member of the Feline Freedom Coalition!…:).
Posted in Thoughts Tagged ASPCA, cat rescue, Feline Freedom Coalition, neuter, PetSmart, spay, The Clearing, Thomas Rydder Leave a comment
Some common phrases that were coined by “The Bard” – William Shakespeare!
Some common phrases that were coined by “The Bard” – William Shakespeare!. via Some common phrases that were coined by “The Bard” – William Shakespeare!.
Posted in Thoughts Tagged Bard, Brutus, Julius Caesar, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare, The Clearing, The Taming of the Shrew, Thomas Rydder Leave a comment
Interview with a Vampire Writer. Win Tour Goodies!
Armand Inezian, author of our vampire thriller, VampCon, is out on tour at the moment. It’s not like he’s supporting Aerosmith (not this tour, anyway) because you can follow all his tour stops from the comfort of wherever you happen … Continue reading
Posted in Interview, Promotions Tagged book giveaway, boston thriller, free book, interview with a vampire, paranormal thriller, vampire thriller 1 Comment
Anyone who buys a book should thank their lucky stars that writers work for peanuts…:)
Anyone who buys a book should thank their lucky stars that writers work for peanuts…:). via Anyone who buys a book should thank their lucky stars that writers work for peanuts…:).
Posted in Thoughts Tagged fantasy, goodreads, horror, science fiction, SCottish Highlands, supernatural thriller, The Clearing, Thomas Rydder, werewolves Leave a comment