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Review Blog – The Guns of Ivrea by Clifford Beal

So The Guns of Ivrea is set in a small watery section of a fantasy world where the one faith (very like Christianity in many ways) has seen the old gods all but extinguished, and has sold prejudice against merfolk to the masses. The book follows Acquel, trainee monk with a side helping of bland;…

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Review Blog – Galefire 1: Fade Rippers by Kenny Soward

  This review might be a little shorter than normal but it’s the morning of my holiday so I’m in a bit of a rush.   Galefire 1: Fade Rippers follows Lonnie, a small time crook working for a gang of… odd drug dealers. He soon starts to realise this gang isn’t entirely what it…

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Back to Self Publishing

Just a quick update today but an important one. I have decided to end my publishing relationship with Ragnarok Publications. I wish all the best to everyone at the company, both staff and authors, but I feel it’s time for me to leave. So what does this mean? Well for a start it means that…

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To Be Read 2017 – The Readening

After my last fairly downbeat blog I thought I’d lift the spirits of us all by announcing a number of the books I’ll be reading in 2017. I assume you all care what I read and my rambling musings regarding those books because I have a giant ego and assume everyone wants to know all…

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Publishing Limbo?

Here goes. Some people have contacted me to ask “Where is Where Loyalties Lie?” It’s true, the first book in my piratical adventure duology (Best Laid Plans) should have been out already. It should be in the hands of millions maybe a few thousand at least. But it’s not. It appears to firmly stuck in…

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