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GUEST POST: C.T. PHIPPS

Today, I’m excited to welcome back to Bookwraiths C.T. Phipps, author of such book series as The Supervillainy Saga, Cthulhu Armageddon Series, Agent G Series, Lucifer’s Star Series, and Bright Falls Mysteries.  He has stopped by to talk about a subject we’ve … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: WARREN HAMMOND, CO-AUTHOR OF DENVER MOON

Today, I’m excited to welcome Warren Hammond, author of such science fiction novels as KOP, EX-KOP, KOP Killer, and Tides of Maritinia, to Bookwraiths.  He has stopped by today to talk about his new project over at Hex Publishers: a multi-platform cyberpunk franchise … Continue reading

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INDIE WEDNESDAY: WILL MADDEN

Along my reading journey, I’ve made a conscious decision to include self-published, indie, and small press works in my reading schedule.  But it is difficult to know where to start: So many new authors and books to examine to find … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: P.H. SOLOMON

  Today, I am very excited to host P.H. Solomon, author of the The Bow of Hart Saga, to Bookwraiths. His debut novel, The Bow of Destiny, is an epic fantasy in the classical style, which I was happy to … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: BROOKE JOHNSON

  Today, I am very excited to host Brooke Johnson, author of the Chroniker City series, to Bookwraiths. The second book in her steampunk saga (The Guild Conspiracy) just hit the shelves here in the United States on August 9, 2016, … Continue reading

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WRAP-UP — MAY 2016

Welcome to my monthly wrap up!  A final tip of the hat to the month behind and all the great (at least, we hope they were all great) books that have been reviewed as well as anything else exciting that … Continue reading

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INDIE WEDNESDAY: LEGENDS OF WINDEMERE

Along my reading journey, I’ve made a conscious decision to not only read the books on the shelves at my local Barnes & Nobles store, or online at Amazon, but to also try self-published, or indie, works as often as I … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: WORLD BUILDING

Today, I am very excited to introduce readers to Michael R. Miller, whose first fantasy book, The Dragon’s Blade: The Reborn King, just came to my attention. This author bravely volunteered to reveal how world building factored into his writing … Continue reading

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WRAP-UP — MARCH 2016

Welcome to my monthly wrap up!  A final tip of the hat to the month behind and all the great (at least, we hope they were all great) books that have been reviewed as well as anything else exciting that … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: WORLDBUILDING

Continuing my personal crusade to introduce everyone to great books, I am honored to have Mark Gelineau and Joe King stop by Bookwraiths. Having heard of my love for worldbuilding, they have been kind enough to put together a short … Continue reading

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