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Tiva Boon: Royal Guardian by Jenn Nixon

Final Fantasy meets Star Trek! All Tiva Boon ever wanted was to become an elite protector to the throne, and she dedicates her youth and risks her life to prove her worthiness. But when she reaches her goal, a mysterious off-world threat emerges and shatters everything Tiva holds dear. Get it today on Amazon!

December in the Queen Mary Psalter: Killing and gutting a pig Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, My First Teacher, Library Catalog, Calendar Pages, Anglo Saxon, Queen Mary, British Library, Middle Ages

Medieval Monday: The Labors of November | Allison D. Reid

Originally posted by Allison D. Reid: The Anglo Saxons referred to November as the “blood month,” because it was time to begin slaughtering those animals which would not be kept through the winter. The traditional time for butchering animals was Martinmas (November 11th), though the butchering and processing of meat could continue through January depending on the weather. While some meat would be eaten fresh, it was important to have a supply of beef, pork, chevon (goat), and mutton (sheep)…

Long ago, there was a witch who brought the aristocracy to its knees. Blood sacrifices, massacres, and slavery flourished under her reign. Romance Books, Book Review, Short Stories, Masquerade, New Books, Gothic Fairy, Fairy Tales, Kiss, Anniversary

Masquerade by Robin Goodfellow

Long ago, there was a witch who brought the aristocracy to its knees. Blood sacrifices, massacres, and slavery flourished under her reign. However, a fearless hero rallied the nobles and defeated the witch, bringing about an era of peace. Even to this day, he is loved by all. Rose is a young woman attending a party to celebrate the anniversary of when the aristocracy was liberated from the witch's control. Nikolai is the hero that everyone adores. But even so, a dark obsession lingers…

Read "Rustkiller" by Dean F. Wilson available from Rakuten Kobo. Welcome to the Rust Valley. The Wild North is full of nasty places, but there are some places you just don’t go. Wild North, Margaret Atwood, Pet Names, Fantasy Books, Book Authors, Free Books, Bestselling Author, Science Fiction, Sci Fi

Rustkiller by Dean F. Wilson

Welcome to the Rust Valley. The Wild North is full of nasty places, but there are some places you just don’t go. One of them is that scrapyard desert known as the Rust Valley. It’s where vehicles go to die. That’s why you don’t go in after them. The bounty hunter Nox made a promise to himself that he’d never be caught dead there. Yet, when a couple of kids end up wandering inside that metal maze, he finds himself with no other choice. He decks himself out in his finest armour. He’ll need it…

Read "Rustkiller" by Dean F. Wilson available from Rakuten Kobo. Welcome to the Rust Valley. The Wild North is full of nasty places, but there are some places you just don’t go. Wild North, Margaret Atwood, Pet Names, Fantasy Books, Book Authors, Free Books, Bestselling Author, Science Fiction, Sci Fi

Rustkiller by Dean F. Wilson

Welcome to the Rust Valley. The Wild North is full of nasty places, but there are some places you just don’t go. One of them is that scrapyard desert known as the Rust Valley. It’s where vehicles go to die. That’s why you don’t go in after them. The bounty hunter Nox made a promise to himself that he’d never be caught dead there. Yet, when a couple of kids end up wandering inside that metal maze, he finds himself with no other choice. He decks himself out in his finest armour. He’ll need it…

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Fantasy Art Wednesday | Allison D. Reid

Originally posted by Allison D. Reid: Get inspired with this week’s Fantasy Art Wednesday, where fun fantasy artwork is combined with a writing prompt to get your creative juices flowing. Warm, golden sunlight spills onto this hidden city. Its location a well-guarded secret, you will not find it on any maps, nor does any road lead to it. Sheltered by the branches and roots of ancient trees, it seems untouched by time and the cares that plague the rest of the world. This is a city of light…

Roxanne Heath's interests and ambitions have changed many times over the years, but the one constant has been her affinity for fiction. Over The Years, Spotlight, Author, Fantasy, Times, Fictional Characters, Writers, Fantasy Books, Fantasy Characters

Risen by Roxanne Heath | Renee's Author Spotlight

Originally posted by Renee's Author Spotlight: Roxanne Heath's interests and ambitions have changed many times over the years, but the one constant has been her affinity for fiction. Her primary hobby in childhood was writing stories, and the habit continued well into her high school and college years despite pursuing a degree in science. Her favorite genres to write are those that dabble in paranormal horror and fantasy, along with psychological thrillers. Connect with the Author Website…

Weekly Fantasy Fix: Medieval Monday: Boots, Shoes, and Walking Medieva. European Tribes, Medieval, Walking, Fantasy, Boots, Art, Crotch Boots, Art Background, Kunst

Medieval Monday: Boots, Shoes, and Walking Medieval | Allison D. Reid

Originally posted by Allison D. Reid: Early in the period, footwear was still influenced by the Romans and nomadic European tribes that came before. They were largely stiff, poor quality, stitched leather wraps with laces to hold them to the ankle—not much better than walking barefoot. In colder regions these might have been lined with fur for warmth. As the Middle Ages progressed, and trade increased, higher quality leather became available, and the crusades exposed Europe to Byzantine…

Fantasy Art Watch — Ice land by Roman Khomenko Dark Fantasy, World Of Fantasy, Fantasy Places, Ice Dragon, Dragon Art, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Legends And Myths, Art Watch

Fantasy Art Friday | Allison D. Reid

Originally posted by Allison D. Reid: Get inspired with this week’s Fantasy Art Friday, where fun fantasy artwork is combined with a writing prompt to get your creative juices flowing. These cold, still waters are known to be among the most treacherous in the world. Many ships have foolishly sailed them, only to mysteriously vanish beneath the dark, glassy surface. Only those who dare the voyage finally learn the truth...too late. Who would ever believe that the surrounding snow covered…

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Key Tips On What Not To Do When Self-Publishing Your Book by Sarah Robinson | Renee Scattergood

Originally posted by Renee Scattergood: The irony of becoming a successful writer isn’t much in the writing process itself. More often than not, talented storytellers struggle to have their books sold in brick and mortar shops because of the horrors of publishing. Over time, the process of making written works available to the public has transformed. Knocking relentlessly on the doors of large publishing houses is no longer the smartest way to have your manuscript distributed to your target…

Tonya Coffey lives in southern Kentucky with her husband and two teen sons. If she isn't reading or writing a fantasy novel, y. Thunder Moon, Spotlight, Kentucky, Sons, Novels, Southern, Husband, Teen, Author

Thunder Moon by Tonya Coffey | Renee's Author Spotlight

Originally posted on Renee's Author Spotlight: Tonya Coffey lives in southern Kentucky with her husband and two teen sons. If she isn't reading or writing a fantasy novel, you will find her sitting in front of a canvas with a paintbrush in hand. Connect with the Author Website Blog Amazon Author Page Goodreads Author Page Facebook Author Page Twitter Google+ Pinterest YouTube LibraryThing Get a Free Book! About the Book Micha, King of Ancients, hoped the fighting between the realms would…

Originally posted on Renee's Author Spotlight : Chris Sarantopoulos studied Geology in Scotland (you may hear him say aye a coupl. Making Mistakes, Geology, Spotlight, Scotland, Author, Fantasy, Children, Make Mistakes, Young Children

At Horizon's End by Chris Sarantopoulos | Renee's Author Spotlight

Originally posted on Renee's Author Spotlight: Chris Sarantopoulos studied Geology in Scotland (you may hear him say aye a couple of times), then decided to diversify and did a Masters in Service Management. Alas, words and stories won him. Now he meddles with the lives of fictional characters in genres such as science fiction, post-apocalyptic fiction, dystopia, cyberpunk, fantasy, high fantasy, dark fantasy, and horror (not the splatter type though). When Chris is not writing, he spends…

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Formerly an on-site educator at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, Andrew Gates is now a Virginia-based scie. Air And Space Museum, Gates, Spotlight, Author, Fantasy, Saw Tool, Writers, Fantasy Books, Fantasia

Cassidy by Andrew Gates | Renee's Author Spotlight

Originally posted on Renee's Author Spotlight: Formerly an on-site educator at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, Andrew Gates is now a Virginia-based science-fiction writer and magazine contributor. He is best known as the author of the Color of Water and Sky series. Gates has always been fascinated by science-fiction and fantasy ever since he was a kid. His writing style has been compared to that of Isaac Asimov, author of the Foundation series. Gates's…

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Salvation's Dawn by Joe Jackson

Now a 6-book epic fantasy series! In another time, another life, Karian Vanador was among the greatest of demonhunters. Now, resurrected two centuries later, she is left fractured and alone. Her prowess remains undiminished, but does she have the fortitude to face the latest threats from the demons? A civil war brews on a distant island, the work of demons apparent in its progression. Assigned to an unlikely group of young heroes, Kari must draw strength from them even as she provides it…

Songs of Insurrection: A Legend of Tivara Epic Fantasy (The Dragon Songs Saga Book by [Kang, JC] Book 1, The Book, March Book, January, Awkward Girl, Fantasy Princess, Fantasy Books, Fiction Books, Hair

Special Feature: Songs of Insurrection: A Legend of Tivara Story by JC Kang

On sale for 99c for a limited time. Only a naïve girl with the perfect voice can rediscover the lost magic of Dragon Songs. Only the Black Lotus Clan can prevent her from unleashing it. Blessed with a voice that could charm a dragon, Kaiya dreams of a time when music could summon typhoons and rout armies. Maybe then, the imperial court would see the awkward princess as more than a singing fool. Just as the magic of Dragon Songs sparks inside her, the emperor’s elite spy clan uncovers a…