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Book Review: Empire’s Bard (Oraiáphon, Empire’s Reckoning) by Marian L. Thorpe

Empire's Bard Series: Omnibus Edition (Oraiphon, Empire's Reckoning) Author: Marian L Thorpe Genre: Historical Fantasy Book Description: Courage comes in many forms. The northern invaders are defeated, but the price is high. The Eastern Empire, gone from these lands for generations, now rules. For Sorley, the young lord of Gundarstorp, the war and the treaty …

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SPFBO 8 Author Spotlight: Tom Mock with The Long Nights

Hello. As a two-times SPFBO entrant, I'm inviting fellow entrants in SPFBO 8 for a spotlight on the blog. You can find more details about the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off here, and today's feature is Tom Mock, with his SPFBO 8 entree, his awarding winning novel, The Long Nights. Firstly, let's introduce you to the aforementioned …

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SPFBO 8 Author Spotlight: John Palladino with The Trials of Ashmount

Hello. I'm doing a Spotlight for authors who entered their books in the 8th SPFBO (Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off) Competition. You can find out more details about that here, but today's feature goes to John Palladino, who takes nothing seriously and who wrote a book about a university that teaches five branches of magic. At least, …

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#IndiePride: Raina Nightingale – Kindred of the Sea

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Kindred of the Sea by Raina Nightingale.

Blurb:
When Corostomir and his partner march into battle and find themselves dreaming the dreams of trees, they know that all is not what it seems. . .

The Valor Alliance has declared war on Elethri, naming it haunt of demons and forest of the nightmare. But when the Valor Soldiers are driven back with enchantments of sleep and not with arrows, his partner, Aderan, and their friend soon convince Corostomir that a nation that will not shed the blood of its enemies, let alone that of its own people, cannot be in the thrall of the nightmare. Corostomir and Aderan must now make a difficult decision, one that is forced when the Valor Alliance sends the Army back to attack Elethri, this time by sea instead of land.

Kindred of the Sea is an enchanting tale about the…

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Moodboards and Launch: Kindred of the Sea is available!

Hello! This is the day Kindred of the Sea comes out! The ebook is still $2.99, it's available from most retailers, including Amazon Kindle, and for some reason Amazon isn't carrying the Illustrated Edition of the Paperback, so I'm going to have to figure out what I might be able to do about that. Here's …

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SPFBO 8 Author Spotlight: T.A Hernandez with Tethered Spirits

Hello. As a two-time SPFBO entrant, I'm doing a series of spotlights for the authors who entered their books in SPFBO 8. You can find out more about the details of SPFBO (the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off) on Mark Lawrence's website here. Today, I am featuring T.A. Hernandez, who writes fun YA Fantasy that deals with …

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SPFBO 8 Author Spotlight: Amy Campbell with Breaker

Hello. As a two-times entree in the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off or SPFBO (you can find more details about that at Mark Lawrence's website here), I am inviting other authors who have entered the 8th SPFBO for a spotlight on the blog. The first spotlight feature is Amy Campbell, who entered her 'weird western fantasy' debut, …

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