The Aegis of Merlin series, James E. Wisher – Review

This series includes The Impossible Wizard, The Awakening, and The Chimera Jar. The Raven’s Shadow is due out in August.…

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The Secret of Spellshadow Manor series, Bella Forrest – Review

This series includes The Secret of Spellshadow Manor, The Breaker, and The Chain. The Keep comes out the end of…

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Red Havoc Guardian (Red Havoc Panthers Book 4), TS Joyce – Review

Greyson is a panther and the lowest member of the Red Havoc Crew, by choice. Seeing the other crew members…

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Genre Writing: Science Fiction and Fantasy

A common piece of advice to new authors is to identify and write in their favorite (or a single) genre.…

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Tales from the Forest, continued: Book Release

I am pleased to announce the latest additions to the Tales from the Forest collection. Each of these are versions…

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Daemons of London Books 1-2, Michaela Haze – Review

This series so far consists of The Bleeders and The Human Herders. (A third volume should be released this summer.)…

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Risk be Damned: A Kurtherian Gambit Series (Trials and Tribulations Book 1), Natalie Grey, Michael Anderle – Review

This is the first book in yet another series set in the Kurtherian Gambit universe. It takes place between books…

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Tombyards and Butterflies: A Montague and Strong Detective Novel (Montague & Strong Case Files, Volume 1), Orlando A. Sanchez: Review

Simon Strong is human, immortal, and likes to shoot things. His partner Tristan Montague is also human, a mage, and…

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Wolves of Winter’s Edge Series (Gentry, Roman, Asher), T.S. Joyce: Review

Gentry, Roman and Asher are rogue wolves of mixed heritage and a history of brotherly hate. Their father favored Gentry…

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The Dragon Knight Series, D.C. Clemens: Review

This series consists of The Dragon Knight’s Curse and The Lone Dragon Knight. Mercer knows nothing beyond the fighting arena,…

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