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Child of the Night Guild by Andy Peloquin

Andy Peloquin‘s Child of the Night Guild, first in a new series Queen of Thieves, is released today. Available at Amazon,  Amazon Canada,  Goodreads, Vicious, ruthless criminals are made, not born. Child of the Night Guild —an insight into the transformation … Continue reading

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Imprisoning a Duel Discord by Louise Findlay

Imprisoning a Duel Discord: The world is in musical order. To maintain balance, a team of Government Agents, named Harmony, track down, experiment on and sometimes kill those who express the music of dissonance. Those like Psycha, a duel Discord … Continue reading

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P.A.W.S. Cover Reveal – Debbie Manber Kupfer

Despite all the stories I shared with you, there is so much I never told you, Miri, so much you’ll have to discover for yourself. Be brave, mein Katzerl. And now what you’ve all been waiting for. The brand new cover … Continue reading

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Debbie Manber Kupfer, Author of P.A.W.S. Series

P.A.W.S. When Miri’s grandmother dies, she takes with her the family secret. Miri finds herself alone and abandoned in a St. Louis boarding school. But she is about to discover the secret isn’t dead. Taunted by bullies, Miri is shocked … Continue reading

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Joshua Robertson: Not All Fantasy is European

Not All Fantasy is European The most popular fantasy novels have been set in a euro-centric / medieval settings. This is not difficult to imagine when thinking that we all grew up hearing the tales of King Arthur or Beowulf. … Continue reading

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Lee Dunning: The Multi-Layered Antagonist

The Multi-Layered Antagonist A guest post by Lee Dunning When sitting down to design your characters it’s easy to get wrapped up in your protagonist(s). They’re the good guys, the heroes of your story, and it’s fun to beat them … Continue reading

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Allison D. Reid

Guest Post: Fantasy by Allison D. Reid Fantasy is a highly versatile genre, encompassing everything from traditional, mythical fantasy, to that which is more modern and even futuristic. When people ask me why I love fantasy, the answer is pretty … Continue reading

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