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Nokhum: Self-Exploration Through A Guy with a Condition Doing Something Amazing – Guest Post by R. Ramey Guerrero

Hello! Ramey Guerrero's debut novel, Dust of a Moth's Wing, released yesterday. I had the pleasure of reading Dust of a Moth's Wing (you can read my review here), and I really loved the way the author wrote a book that's different from most I've seen before, very down-to-earth with a protagonist who feels very genuine …

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Book Review: Demon’s Song (Requiem of Stone) by Julie Boglisch

Demon's Song Series: Requiem of Stone, #1 Author: Julie Boglisch Genre: Fantasy Mystery Book Description: Alex always wished to see the Overlands, a place of sunshine and freedom. However, as a slave in the far corners of the Underlands, it was all but a dream. That is, until he’s framed for murder and is forced …

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Book Review: Magic’s Pawn (The Last Herald-Mage) by Mercedes Lackey

Magic's Pawn Series: The Last Herald-Mage, #1 Author: Mercedes Lackey Genre: Fantasy Book Description: Magecraft – Though Vanyel has been born with near-legendary abilities to work both Herald and Mage magic, he wants no part of such things. Nor does he seek a warrior's path, wishing instead to become a Bard. Yet such talent as …

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The Good Shepherd Never Punishes the Lost Sheep

“All who have this hope in Him purify themselves, as He is pure.” Perfect love casts out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. Fear is slavery, whether it's the fear of physical death or, far more importantly, the fear of spiritual death. Fear has nothing to do with the One who Knows, the …

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Character Art of Noren and Elninya (Art for the Return of the Dragonriders Trilogy

I made this picture of Noren and Elninya with a friend (who drew the man for me, since I am really bad at drawing humans) a while ago. It matches this picture of Silmavalien and Minth. Noren found Elninya's egg shortly after Silmavalien found Minth's, but Elninya did not hatch until much later (just as …

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Book Review: Breaker (Tales of the Outlaw Mages) by Amy Campbell

Breaker Series: Tales of the Outlaw Mages, #1 Author: Amy Campbell Genre: Fantasy Book Description: Walking Disaster. Ruiner. Spook. Sorcerer. The reason we can't have nice things. The citizens in the town of Bristle have called Blaise every name in the book. Born a Breaker, his unbridled magic wreaks havoc with a touch. As his …

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Book Review: Let Loose the Fallen (Children of the Nexus) by S. Kaeth

Let Loose the Fallen Series: Children of the Nexus, #2 Author: S. Kaeth Genre: Fantasy Book Description: The priestess searches for her faith. The fire-wielder wrestles with her past. The psion dreams of peace. And the hero is torn between his heart and his duty. While grief scatters the four protectors to the winds, outside …

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