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TM Goode 16h
A short excerpt from the first draft of my epic fantasy novel.
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Naseem Ahsun Jul 18
Ooh, this looks interesting.
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🖊️ Scott Kaelen ⚔️ Jul 19
Anyone know any French or Italian book bloggers? I'm eager to hand out digital copies of La Cité Ravagée and La Città Di Sventura for review purposes. English: French: Italian:
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🔸⚜️ ᏝᏗᎩᏝᏗ . ᏂᏗᏝᏋ ⚜️🔸 14h
She waded through a fog like watery cotton, utterly lost. She saw a figure on the hill and walked over. "Excuse me, do you..?" She halted. Maybe they weren't the best person to ask. How could they reply if they had no head? Oh.
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Nikki Mitchell 3h
Need a new book to read in the comfort of the air conditioning during these hot summer months?? Look no further because Kargaroth: A Tale of the Great Onion Knighthood is absolutely phenomenal and well-worth its 672 pages!
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Ed Greenwood 6h
Replying to @TheEdVerse
8) …a reputation to uphold. Not to mention a desire to continue living. There are SO many more underhanded things I must foist upon folk, and scores to settle. I want to die well on the plus side of the ledger.”
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Victor Gischler 19h
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Victor Gischler 18h
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Tiffany Shand Jul 22
Wrote about 3000 words today and did the first draft on my third anthology. Now I’ve got to get stuck into revising those and then type up book 5. Then hopefully I can start drafting book 7 and some other books so I can use up some of my covers
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C.L. Schneider, Fantasy Author 2h
"So compelling I hated putting it down! The story is dynamic, the characters fully rounded and the visuals absolutely clear. Loved every minute of reading it."
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Ed Greenwood 6h
1) “Should I…?” “No, best leave him just as he is. For us, out of uniform is unusual. Covered in gore is alarming. For him: right now, he looks sleeping or passed out. Not throat-slit.”
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TM Goode Jul 22
Epic fantasy , how many words do you average per chapter?
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Ed Greenwood 6h
Replying to @TheEdVerse
6) …prefer it when you’re oblivious of them, or belittle them, like most of the populace. I can get a lot more done that way. An ignorant, unsuspecting populace is a sound basis for efficient government.”
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Ed Greenwood 6h
Replying to @TheEdVerse
3) “Whereas you, Lord…” “No, Palonder, I go LOOKING for trouble, fully aware of what I’m doing AND the consequences. There’s a difference. Things thrive best with proper fertilizer.” “Ah. And you stir the dung.” “Precisely.”
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RK Thorne 8h
If you're into dragons, cool swords, determined princesses, tasty baked goods, dark necromancy... I mean, maybe not that last one... But who am I to judge, really? Check out my new book:
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Marsha A. Moore, fantasy romance & UF author 17h
If you could step into your favorite book, would you? Lyra did and found everything—wizards, dragons, magical creatures, and love—in exchange for the small price of saving Dragonspeir.
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Sheila Wanite🕷📇💎 22h
📚Selfie... 😎📚 Gothic Tales collection spanning centuries from 1773 to 1991 & everything in between... has won first place as I fry in the sun...
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Lynn Hallbrooks Jul 22
In the mood for some lively entertainment? Stop by Ms. Annette's place and read about Tallis Steelyard's adventures in "Performance Art". - -
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Marsha A. Moore, fantasy romance & UF author Jul 22
A lover’s dream series—step into a favorite book as a character—a specially priced boxed set
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Lynn Hallbrooks Jul 21
Have you stopped by Ms. Stevie's place for today's portion of the ongoing ? No? I humbly suggest you do - -
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