Archive | December, 2016

Stephen R Paolini Blood and Fire the Draconos Saga Volume One

20 Dec

DM Yates Journalings

One of the books I’ve read that really impressed me is ‘Blood and Fire’ by Stephen R Paolini.

Stephen has a way of writing that is unique and the storyline involving humans, dragons, and vampires is a different take than usual. His book is rated 5 stars, and well it should be. This is a tale that all fantasy lovers should have in their collection.

Excerpt:

Nick opens his eyes. It is dusk, his usual waking time. He is hungry – or thirsty. The two are synonymous for the adolescent. His dirty blonde hair flips about his pale forehead as he rouses himself to a standing position.

From where he stands, the entrance to the cave is barely perceptible. The grey opening is partially occluded by a massive dark silhuette. The large object moves. Now Nick is confronted by a pair of glowing ruby orbs.

Interesting, isn’t it? Want to…

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Anthology Deadline Extended to January

6 Dec

Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor

*By popular demand,we’ve extended the deadline to January 1st, 2017*

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Ol’ Man Wickleberry, rest his soul, died in the 1920s, attacked by a bear…or was it a zombie? I heard he was rabbit hunting…or was he prospecting? Or maybe he was defending his cabin from wild squirrels? At least we can all agree he died in northern Michigan – or did he? Maybe he was in California and his body was brought back to his family, and so now his ghost walks the beaches of lake Huron. Or maybe he spends his everafter trolling guests at a vacation lodge, or interrupting writers who stay up too late, or…

That’s the trouble with Ol’ Man Wickleberry, there are just too many legends! Heck, we’re not even completely sure when he died! In an effort to find the truth, Book Born, in conjunction with the Ink Slingers League, has decided to gather…

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