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Archive for May, 2012

My new editor

I’d like to introduce you all to my new editor, R.J. Locksley.

They have assisted me to produce a masterpiece and continue to do so.

If you are seeking an editor, check them out at the link below, and don’t forget to tell them I sent you. 

R.J. Locksley

Thanks.

H.

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Sage advice from Lorna Suzuki

Lorna delves in the common mistakes a novice writer will make.

You can read her article here:

Novice Writing Mistakes

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The New World map (Updated)

I’ve updated the map for the new world to match the look and feel of the other large landmass on Er’ath.
(Click image to expand)

Before

After

Final

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Fabulous new review by Rory Mackay

Author and publisher Rory Mackay, over at http://dreamlightfugitive.wordpress.com/ has written a 5 star review for Destiny of the Wulf.


Please stop by his blog and support him.


Review link below:


http://dreamlightfugitive.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/my-review-of-the-aduramis-chronicles-destiny-of-the-wulf/


Stop by Amazon or iBooks and get your copy today 🙂


Thanks Rory.

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Rosthagaar Map (Updated)

I wasn’t happy with the map image, so I have redone it.
What do you think?
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Before
After

Final


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Gary Baxter Reviews Destiny of the Wulf

Book – The Aduramis Chronicles (Destiny of the Wulf) Author – Harrison Davies

Being an avid reader of fantasy since a very young age and having read many titles, I was keen to read “The Aduramis Chronicles” by author Harrison Davies as he is a local to my region.

And what a refreshing book it was to read, the story follows the destiny two brothers (Coinin and Marrok) who are thrust from a  young age into a world of war and magic between many factions and even the gods themselves!

The book reads at a decent pace and keeps the reader engrossed with neatly timed and written twists and turns, forever keep the reader guessing.

The dialogue between the well defined and likeable characters is funny and has a realistic feel to it, with even some regional sayings and references (much to my pleasure and amusement).

The use of magic and swordplay is treated like second nature to most of the characters, with a nice use of detail but never over embellished.

Overall, this is lovely written, well paced, refreshing spin on a fantasy tale which leaves others of the genre wondering where they went wrong.

Rating – 9/10

Gary Baxter (avid reader)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R2LGHA9ADJ3XQL/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm

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INDIEBOOKSPOT’S Review of Destiny of the Wulf

I have just received a 4.5 star new review frim Indiebookspot Head on over and check it out.

INDIEBOOKSPOT REVIEW

Thanks John, Chris and all the team.

It is available to buy:
Amazon UK – Kindle
Amazon US – Kindle
iBookstore – ePub
Check more links to the right.
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