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The Future of Ichabod Brooks

So, now I have to think about the future.  Not only for the next series since we’re a month or two away from the hopeful release of Legends of Windemere: Path of the Traitors.  That series will come to an end, … Continue reading

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Ichabod Brooks: A Character with a Long and Mysterious Past

Ichabod Brooks has had a long and exciting life that could fill many books with adventures.  His youthful years were reckless, but he survived and gained the skills that would make him a legend.  The middle of his career showed … Continue reading

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The Friends and Allies of Ichabod Brooks

In each story of The Life & Times of Ichabod Brooks, he has a friend, ally, or partner of some kind.  Well, almost each story because I can think of one or two that don’t really have a friend.  Traveling … Continue reading

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Hosts Wanted For December Finale Guest Posts

I’m making this a sticky post since I know weekends are busy for people. After speaking with C.S. Boyack about blog tours, he pointed out that I really need to give Legends of Windemere a big sendoff.  I know there’s still Path … Continue reading

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The Mysterious Mrs. Brooks

In an earlier post, I brought up that Ichabod’s wife is mentioned in conversation, but never makes an appearance.  That isn’t to say she’s a total mystery in The Life & Times of Ichabod Brooks.  You get a sense of … Continue reading

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Straight As an Arrow Archery School & Pincushion Pavilion

Welcome to the place where you too can become a magical archer.  Just like all of those other archers that you’ve seen on television, movies, or read about.  What do you mean not all of them are magical?  Do they … Continue reading

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Living and Dead Legends in Fiction: More Than One Flavor

One of the more traditional parts of fantasy are the legends that get talked about or even met in an adventure.  Isildur in Lord of the Rings, Aslan in Narnia, and Halt in The Ranger’s Apprentice are examples that all differ from each … Continue reading

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