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Today we’re #bringingbacktheglosa

It’s here! Our two new book launches are available in paperback from amazon.com and amazon.co.uk; in Kindle Stores worldwide and on Smashwords. It’s all part of a scheme to revitalize a form of poetry that entranced early Renaissance European courts… … Continue reading

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Alien story collector teams up with human publisher to deliver Alien Legends

Galaxy-spanning alien organization The Repository of Imagination opens its story portal for young adults on Earth and releases a first book of tales from other worlds. Commenting on the news, Senior Repositarian Crustias Scattermush said, “I am delighted to announce … Continue reading

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The City of Destruction: time travel novel out today on Kindle

The second and concluding  volume of The Reality War is out today for Kindle. Put the two volumes together and you get 205,000 words of time travel adventure with a subtle theme running in the background that borrows from John … Continue reading

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The Legends of Light… in print

I am delighted that The Legends of Light has had such a popular reception. “Very much in Tolkien’s class” said one reviewer, and it doesn’t get much better than that. The book doesn’t just have stirring tales of fantasy that … Continue reading

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Win free copies of The Reality War!

SciYourFi, go-to site for indie science fiction, is running a competition this week to win free copies of The Reality War (Kindle, ePUB, and PDF formats). The competition is running until March 30th, so get your skates on and hurry … Continue reading

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The Reality War breaks out today

Time-traveling science fiction series The Reality War launches today with Book1: The Slough of Despond. This is science fiction adventure at its best, with light-touch allegory inspired by The Pilgrim’s Progress, and set in John Bunyan’s home, the sleepy English … Continue reading

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