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WAR OF NYTEFALL: SAVAGERY! New Release on Amazon! #vampires #fantasy

It’s Monster vs Monster and Only One will Keep His Head! For the first time in over a century, Clyde will know what it means to feel powerless and weak. Headless bodies appearing across Windemere is only the beginning as … Continue reading

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Mestra: The Vampire Training Grounds

About a third of the action in War of Nytefall: Savagery happens in the long lost island of Mestra.  Well, it isn’t really long lost.  Those connected to it knew where it was, but the door got taken away.  Due to … Continue reading

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A Long Week Ending with a Short Post

What can I really say about this week?  I went to work for test proctoring (classes on Monday) and then I got maybe two hours to get to training for my summer job.  This was every day except for Friday, … Continue reading

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I Think This Week Happened and the Next One Is Coming

When this goes live, I’ll still be in the big day of training for my summer job.  I’m writing this Friday night, so I don’t know what I’ve done or about to do.  This is actually the first day of … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: Breaking Point

This is another clip from The Mercenary Prince.  I’m hoping to release this book before Christmas, but I’m not sure it’ll happen.  Anyway, this clip shows off a new character who makes her debut.  Possibly a second one too.  As a … Continue reading

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Benefits of Using a School Setting

Ever find it strange when a character seems to instinctively know how to do things?  It can really throw a reader off because it comes off as the author desperately getting out of a jam.  That coincidental knowledge can be … Continue reading

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School Time in a Story

A common stage of a hero’s journey is training.  Sometimes this is on the road experience in a ‘hard knocks’ type of thing.  Other times they get some training beforehand, which works for late teen/early twenty characters that are heading … Continue reading

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Legends of Windemere: Beginning of a Hero Themes

Click on Cover Art or this sentence for Amazon Site! This is a lot tougher than I expected.  I can think of several themes in this book and they tend to depend on which characters you’re looking at.  I’m going … Continue reading

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